2023… Is it the Year of the Rabbit or the Cat?

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2023… Is it the Year of the Rabbit or the Cat?

2023... Is it the Year of the Rabbit or the Cat?
Free cultural festival held January 20-22, 2023, at Jeremy Henwood Park – 4455 Wightman Street, San Diego. The festival will include folk and traditional performances, arts and cultural exhibitions, lion dances, firecrackers, and family activities. Proceeds of event will be used to build a community mini-park.

The Western New Year might pass but the Asian New Year is still on it way.  If you are looking for something fun and exciting, let ring in the Lunar New Year at the 2023 SD Lunar New Year Festival in City Heights. This is Lunar New Year comes with a trivia question: 2023 – is it the Year of the Rabbit or a Cat?

While most Asian cultures celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, Vietnamese and Gurung cultures celebrate the Year of the Cat—why the significant difference and what does it mean? Join the festival this January 20-22 to find the answer.

WHEN: Friday – Sunday, January 20-22, 2023

                FRI 5pm – 10pm | SAT 11am – 10pm | SUN 11am – 8pm

WHERE: Jeremy Henwood Memorial Park – 4455 Wightman Street, San Diego, CA 92105

AGES: all ages

COST: free

The festival will include folk and traditional performances, arts and cultural exhibitions, lion dances and firecrackers, and plenty of family fun activities for the kids. More importantly, the festival is inclusive and free.

2023 will mark an exciting milestone because it will also be the groundbreaking of the Boat People Garden, a community mini park to be built approximately one block from the festival site. This is your accomplishment because the proceeds from 2020, 2022, and this year, 2023, will be used for the construction of this park. Every little thing you do, a 30 second segment, mention of Lunar New Year, or even post festival’s info on your calendar, all directly contribute to the success of the festival and directly make the Boat People Garden possible. We couldn’t be more thankful to have you by our side. Let’s make this another festival to remember and let’s celebrate this tremendous progress together.

Something to look for: improving cultural village, 20-10-foot cherry blossom trees, giant fruits & vegetables market, trail of 12 Asian zodiac, lot of lanterns, river with monkey bridge + a boat & lotus flowers, Kuan Yin oracle, exercise with 9-15 feet dragon dance streamers, live entertainment, a great selection of Asian foods, and more.

For more information, please feel free to reach out to us via email at [email protected] or [email protected] or Tram Lam call/text 619-362-6066 or Su Nguyen 619-817-7888.

Website: https://lunarnewyearfestival.org

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Company Name: Little Saigon San Diego
Contact Person: Tram B Lam
Email: Send Email
Phone: 6193626066
Address:4419 Euclid Ave, 103
City: San Diego
State: CA 92115
Country: United States
Website: https://lunarnewyearfestival.org/

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