425 North Los Angeles Street | Los Angeles, CA 90012 | Tel: 213 485-8567| www.camla.org
LANTERN FESTIVAL 2010
WHAT: Lantern Festival is a Chinese holiday that occurs annually on the fifteenth day of the first lunar
month to mark the closing of Chinese New Year festivities. This annual community event will
feature a colorful street fair that blends traditional Chinese entertainment with an interactive
educational twist! Free Admission.
Chinese lion dances
Cultural fan dances
Chinese folk dances
Contemporary/Hip Hop dances
Arts and Crafts Booths
Chinese paper cutting
Tiger puppet-making ~NEW!
Chinese fan-making ~NEW!
Chinese zodiac metal etching ~NEW!
Abacus workshop ~ NEW!
Book readings and signings
Oliver Chin Year of the Tiger (childrens’ literature)
Paula Yoo Shining Star: The Anna May Wong Story (childrens’ literature)
Bonnie Tsui American Chinatown: A People’s History of Five Neighborhoods
New CAM FAMILY LEVEL membership debuts!
“Lucky Feast”- a fun exhibition of a traditional Chinese New Year dinner table
Newly-designed Lantern Festival t-shirts for sale
Silver Dragon Parade to close out the festival
Extended museum hours until 7 p.m.
WHEN: Saturday, March 6, 2010
12:00 p.m. – 7 p.m.
WHERE: Chinese American Museum / www.camla.org
425 North Los Angeles Street, L.A., CA 90012
at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument (across from Union Station)
*Close to major bus lines, Metro Rail and Metrolink trains