Redwood City’s Lunar New Year celebration set for Feb. 1

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The Redwood City community is set to welcome the Year of the Rat with its 10th annual Lunar New Year celebration on Saturday, Feb. 1.

From 11 a.m.-4 p.m., lion dancers, martial artists, taiko drummers, and other live performances will take place at Courthouse Square.

Lunar New Year is one of the most important holidays in Asian heritage, often celebrated with big family gatherings, gift giving, eating symbolic foods, and displays of festive decorations- all focused on brining good luck for the New Year.

This free event is hosted by Redwood City Events and Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services. There will also be free admission to the San Mateo County History Museum, where kids can partake in arts and crafts.

For more details, visit here.

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