Where to Celebrate Lunar New Year in Wichita with Kids

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Lunar New Year 2024: Year of the Dragon

Here’s where to celebrate Lunar New Year in Wichita this month!

Lunar New Year: Year of the Dragon

Friday, February 9 at 11am
Wichita State University – Rhatigan Student Center 1st Floor

Join us for our Lunar New Year celebration, as we commemorate the arrival of the majestic Dragon! This event will be filled with cultural activities, performances, and delights as we gather to celebrate the spirit of unity, joy, and renewal during this auspicious Lunar New Year. We hope the Year of the Dragon brings prosperity, success, and happiness to all!
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Celebrate Lunar New Year at Wichita Public Library

 Saturday, February 10 at 2 p.m.
 Advanced Learning Library (711 W. 2nd St.)

Get ready for Lunar New Year with us! We’ll learn about annual traditions with this year’s Miss Wichita Asian Festival, bring in good fortune with the East High Lion Dance club, and learn about lucky ways to start the new year. Ages 5-18.


Saturday, February 10 at 11am
960 E. Pawnee

Come out and celebrate Lunar New Year with us! This year will be the year of the dragon! We will have three different lion dance groups this year starting from 11am-1:30pm. This is a great event that we have every year for the community to come out and celebrate with us. We hope that you all can make it and please stay after to receive a lucky new years envelope!
11am – St. Anthony Team
12:30pm –  All Saints Team
1pm – Tri Pho Team


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Erin Bartel
Erin is a marketing consultant in Wichita KS. She spends her days helping local businesses and non-profits navigate the ever-changing waters of digital marketing and homeschooling her kids. She and her daughter also own Sassy Squid Ink, an imprint designing notebooks, journals, and sketchbooks. Married to her college sweetheart and the mother of 2, Erin's hobbies include bribing herself to exercise, traveling with (and without) her family, and trying to remember where she hid the chocolate.



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