With Lunar New Year kicking off on February 1 and Chinese New Year in full effect from January 21 and February 20 each year, we have rounded up some of the events happening near Hudson County to ring in the Year of the Tiger!
Lunar New Year at Hudson Yards
January 24th – February 13th
Beginning January 24th, The Shops at Hudson Yards and Edge will have red lantern displays and traditional performances in partnership with New York Chinese Cultural Center. Learn more here.
Lunar New Year Celebration by New York Chinese Cultural Center
January 29th | 2 – 5PM
This 30-minute program at the New York Chinese Cultural Center includes a Kung Fu demonstration/interactive segment, as well as some beloved Chinese folk dance pieces. Learn more here.
Chinese New Year Family Festival at the China Institute
January 29th | 10PM
China Institute is hosting a free online festival with an interactive cartooning workshop, read-aloud storytime, and a New Year art exercise. Learn more here.
Lunar New Year at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
January 29th | 2-4PM
Join BKCM for an afternoon of traditional and contemporary Chinese music, a performance of the lion dance, crafts, calligraphy, and more. Learn more here.
Chinese New Year at Branch Paramus Public Library
February 1st -3rd | 3:30 – 4:30PM
The library is celebrating on February 1- 3 from 3:30 – 4:30PM. This activity is for Pre-K – grade 8 with a limit of 25 participants each day. Register by emailing email@example.com. Learn more here.
Lunar New Year Celebration Hosted By Honeymoonjc
February 5th | 12 – 10PM
This event will take place at Veterans of Foreign Wars in Seacaucus. There will be art, music, dance floor, food, dessert, and drinks. Learn more here.
Lunar New Year with the New York Philharmonic
February 8th | 7:30 – 10:30PM
This gala evening includes a pre-concert reception and a post-concert seated dinner with the artists. The Gala is a fundraising event for the New York Philharmonic. Learn more here.
Lunar New Year Family Fun Day at Liberty Hall Museum
February 12th | 1:00 – 2:30PM
Liberty Hall is celebrating by making crafts from dragon puppets to “porcelain” plates, and more. Learn more here.