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Lunar New Year Celebration 

- Late January or early February

Also known as Chinese New Year, is considered a major holiday in Chinese as well as many Asian cultures. The festival begins on the first day of the first lunar month in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th; the dates varies each year but is usually celebrated between late January to the beginning of February on a western calendar. Traditionally, members of the family will gather together for a reunion dinner, and elderly will pass out red envelopes that contain money to young children as a symbol of good luck. Lion and dragon dances are common during the Lunar New Year celebration. It is also a cultural tradition to light up firecrackers to create small explosions that intends to scare evil spirits away. Decorations such as Chinese calligraphy posters as well as red paper lanterns are part of greeting the New Year.

2014 LNY poster

 

2015 Information Coming Soon!

Past Events:

* LNYC 2014
* LNYC 2013
LNYC 2012
LNYC 2011
LNYC 2010
LNYC 2009

McDonald's Presents Dragon Fest - July 12 & 13

2014 Dragon Fest 

July 12 - 13, 2014

Our neighborhood hosts the largest Pan-Asian American street-fair in the Pacific Northwest. The Chinatown International District Dragon Fest has been a community event since 1975. This annual two-day event includes kids & family activities, authentic cultural performances, $2 Food Walk, Anime Costume Contest, and over 100 booths featuring arts & crafts, local business, community organizations and much more!

To become a Dragon Fest Sponsor, please contact us! 

To become a Dragon Fest Vendor, please complete the online Vendor Application HERE.  

2014 Dragon Fest Poster

Past Events:

Dragon Fest 2013
Dragon Fest 2012
Dragon Fest 2011
Summer Festival 2010
Summer Festival 2009

Night Market - September 13

2014 Night Market

September 13, 2014

Held during summer nights every year, the evening features local vendors offering shoppers tempting foods, gifts, art and other must have accessories. This annual open-air street market brings together thousands of people, young and old, to experience shopping, eating, ongoing entertainments, games and movies at the heart of Chinatown International District.

2014 Night Market Poster

Past Events:

* Night Market 2013
* Night Market 2012
* Night Market 2011
Night Market 2010
Night Market 2009

 Event Photos

Dragon Fest 2012
Dragon Fest 2011
Night Market 2011

 

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