Thanks to the University of Utah’s Confucius Institute for providing this summary of Chinese New Year events:
- Most immediately, on Saturday, Feb. 6 at 12:15 p.m. there will be a Chinese Cultural Celebration at the City Library in downtown Salt Lake (see details below).
- On Saturday, Feb. 13 at 7:00 p.m. Cottonwood High School will host its annual Chinese New Year Cultural Performance.
- As we mentioned before, Lehi High School’s popular and well-established celebration will be held at the school on Monday, Feb. 15th at 5 p.m. Admission is $2 per person.
- And on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 4-7 p.m. Jordan High School will host a “Year of the Monkey” spring festival. Admission is $2 (see details below).
City Library in downtown Salt Lake
Salt Lake Chinese immersion families:
Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate Chinese New Year while supporting the Chinese Society of Utah (CSU).
CSU has been a big supporter of Utah’s immersion program. The nonprofit sponsors after-school programs and provides many of our classrooms with Mandarin-speaking volunteers. Each year, as part of its fundraising efforts, the organization hosts a banquet featuring cultural activities and a raffle. Children are welcome. It’s great food and great fun.
Time: February 6, 2016 <Saturday)
PM 5:30 minutes enrollment, 6 Dian seated.
Location: Rodizio Grill The Brazilian
Steakhouse @ Trolley Square
(600S. 700E., Salt Lake City)
Fee: $ 15 for members of a million, a $ 25 non-members, children 6 to 10 years old $ 5.
Please January 28, 2016 registration. Gu Yong Tel: 801 – 272 – 6821 , Hu Shu Yang: 801 – 916–3848.
Utah Chinese Association president Hu Shu Yang cum all members yours truly2016 中華聯誼新年晩會通知
地點：Rodizio Grill The Brazilian
（600S. 700E. ,Salt Lake City）
請於2016年 1 月 28 日前報名。 顧鏞 電話：801－272－6821, 胡淑洋：801－916－3848。
Lehi High’s Chinese students are hosting their annual Chinese New Year Celebration on Monday, Feb. 15th at 5 p.m. Admission is $2 per person. From 5-6:45 p.m. there will be about 25 booths with Chinese cultural activities and crafts for kids of all ages, followed by a short program with a Lion Dance and Dragon Dance at 7 p.m. Restaurants will be on hand to sell food—cash only. New activities this year include: knot tying, jump rope, fan dance, button making and much more.