Join the city of Sammamish in celebrating the Year of the Dog

Join the city of Sammamish in celebrating the Year of the Dog

Chinese New Year Cultural Celebration Feb. 10 at CWU.

  • Tuesday, February 6, 2018 4:45pm
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The city of Sammamish invites community members to celebrate the Year of the Dog at the Sammamish Chinese New Year Cultural Celebration from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10 at the Central Washington University’s Sammamish campus on 120 228th Ave. NE.

The Chinese New Year Cultural Celebration will feature the diversely talented international community of Sammamish, and will include activities centered on Chinese culture and ceremonial traditions. Highlights of the event include a vibrant lion dance, a martial arts demonstration, music, dance, visual arts and a variety of interactive booths for kids ranging from making paper lanterns to viewing a traditional Chinese tea ceremony.

This event is free, open to audiences of all ages, and will offer Chinese translation.

As parking at the event is limited, attendees are strongly encouraged to utilize a free shuttle bus service from Eastlake High School. The shuttle bus will be operating from 12:30-4:30 p.m. the day of the event. This event is sponsored by the city of Sammamish, Central Washington University-Sammamish, Skyline High School Chinese Classes, Seattle Chinese New Immigrants Center, Sammamish Chinese School and WaHaHa Youth Club and the Sammamish YMCA.

For more information, visit http://bit.ly/SammamishChineseNewYear2018 or contact Chris Jordan, recreation manager, at 425-295-0524 or cjordan@sammamish.us.




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