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Date:  Saturday, March 27, 2010
Time: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Place: Dorton Arena
           State Fairgrounds 
           1025 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh

Please see video about the Raleigh Chinese New Year Festival 2010

Due to the inclement weather, Chinese New Year Festival was rescheduled from January 30 to March 27, 2010, Saturday 10 AM - 7 PM, at Dorton Arena, State Fairgrounds.  Information of the original scheduled Festival can be found here.

By all measures the 2010 Raleigh Chinese New Year Festival was special.  As the snowstorm was about to wibe out the hardwork many had put into the original festival date of January 30th, we were able to reschedule it at the last minute to March 27th.  Although it was two months later and in the week of the spring break, but the festival was still able to draw about 4,000 people to the event.  Thanks for your support.  See more in Chinese New Year Festival 2010 recap here.

Chinese New Year 2009 Recap

Greeting from Governor Perdue
Festival Guide
7 Hour Main Stage Performance Program Schedule
Off main stage program schedule
Location map of the Chinese New Year Festival
  Door prices, Variety of authentic regional Chinese food from $1, $2, $3, $5 and up. 
二零零 年洛麗春節嘉年華會介 紹
Mrs. Sylvia Chuang from A Ming Rose Florist will hold a floral design workshop at 5:00 PM.  Please register by email to info@nctacas.org with your name and indicating CNYF floral design workshop to secure a spot. The cost of the material is $6.00.  Mrs. Chuang will show you how to make a pretty corsage for the upcoming valentine.

Join the Chinese New Year Festival Talent Competition! Formerly called the Chinese American Idol,the competition is back by popular demand!

Apply online (click here) for an audition slot for the Talent Competition at the Festival.  Share your talent and catch the spirit of festivity fun together 
Click here for more information 

Click here to buy tickets online


It will be the year 4708 in the Chinese Calendar
and the Year of the Tiger  
Click here to learn more about Chinese New Year  

有關春節嘉 年 華會中文報導請點閲這裡
Everyone can celebrate the Chinese New Year!
 
This year we anticipate an audience of more than 5000 people.   TACAS has called upon its members' talents and resources as well as those of several other Asian American organizations to present you this wonderful celebration.  Please come and enjoy:
  • Exciting dragon and lion dances

  • Chinese folk and court dances 

  • Musical instrumental performances

  • Performances by Chinese American and other Asian groups 

  • Cultural exhibits about calligraphy, Chinese knotting, paper cutting, and tea

  • General exhibits of recreational, educational, service, media, travel, art, community, and other
    civic natures

  • Authentic Chinese food and crafts for sale

  • Hands-on activities for all ages including origami, face-painting, games, and Chinese yo-yo lessons

  • and more!

Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to meet lots of friends and greet   "Gong Xi "/ Happy New Year!  

Vendors and exhibitors, we are offering this great chance for you to out reach to the community.  To find out more information, Please click here to view our sponsorship package.

Admission Price:
 

$8 at the door
$5 advance purchase
Age 6 and under free

TACAS members: $5 in advance or at the door (please show your membership ID)

Advance tickets available at:   

Click here to buy tickets online   

Grand Asia Market           (468-2988 Cary)
A&C Supermarket            (232-2288 Raleigh)
Asia Market                      (401-6666 Durham)
Silver Work Food Shop    (933-1295 Chapel Hill)
Neo-Asia Restaurant       (783-8383 Raleigh, 466-8888 Cary)
Neo-China Restaurant     (489-2828 Durham)
Raleigh Chinese Language School (Saturday afternoons at Forest Hill Church, Raleigh)

Information contact:

By Email, info@nctacas.org

Media contact, Cyndy Yu Robinson: external_affair@nctacas.org



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