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The Year of the Ram-Chinese New Year in San Francisco

Come usher in The Year of the Ram with the San Francisco Symphony when they host their annual Chinese New Year family concert on Saturday, February 21, 2015.

The concert begins at 3:00 PM at Davies Symphony Hall at the Civic Center in San Francisco, but come early to enjoy the many family activities spread throughout the gracious lobby areas.

Buddha at Davies Symphony Hall SF

Greet the smiling Buddha and rub his stomach for good luck; watch lion dancing and ribbon dancing up close and personal; sip tea at the tea bar, and enjoy tasty Chinese snacks; check out the on-going calligraphy demonstrations. Children will be given lucky red envelopes-learn what that's all about.

taste the food

And that's all before the concert begins!

Last year we took our granddaughter and a friend of hers to this event--it's hard to say who enjoyed it more, the girls or us! A music snippet can be heard here.

Enjoy the wonder of it all.

at Davies Symphony Hall

Gung hay fat choy!

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Comment balloon 14 commentsLottie Kendall • January 16 2015 07:57AM
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