Year of the Dragon Chinese New Year Celebration!
Guests will indulge in a dim sum buffet while they enjoy butt-kicking gong fu (kung fu) and lion dance demonstrations, as well as traditional Chinese dances and live cultural music. World-renowned player Zhan-tao Lin will wow the crowd with the Er-hu, which is similar to a violin with an exception of two strings. Lin is a professional musician from China who has won many competitions and performs broadly in the New England area, including at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Ma. In addition, celebrated musician Shin-Yi Yang is sure to please with the Gu-zheng, an ancient Chinese instrument that has strings that are plucked like a guitar’s. Yang is the founder of the Boston Guzheng Ensemble and the two-time winner of the Traditional Arts Apprenticeship given by the Massachusetts Cultural Council's Folk Arts and Heritage Program. After you’ve had your fill of live entertainment, get the whole family involved with calligraphy and children’s crafts and don’t go home empty handed! There will be giveaways all evening!
Tickets are $25 per person (Senior and children pricing is available: Seniors, $20, Under 11, $15, Under 5, $9). Proceeds will benefit the ACCE, a non-profit community group dedicated to introducing Chinese culture. ACCE provides educational opportunities and support for charitable causes in the Merrimack Valley.
Seating is limited. To reserve early call Richard SooHoo, President of the ACCE at 978-470-2293 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to celebrate the Year of the Dragon and gain perspective on Chinese art, cuisine, and culture!
SCHEDULE: 4:00PM-6:00PM: Ongoing Events & Live Performances:
Calligraphy with the Chinese American Fine Arts Society of Boston
Lion Dance from Yang’s Martial Arts
Chinese Folk Dance Group
Gong Fu (Kung Fu) from Yang’s Martial Arts
Solo Dance Performances
Er-hu (Chinese Violin) Performance from Zhan-tao Lin
Gu-Zheng (Zither) Performance from Shin-Yi Yang
Chinese New Year Sing-Along
6:00PM-7:00PM: Buffet dinner featuring traditional dim sum
WHEN: Sunday, January 29, 2012 from 4:00PM to 7:00PM.
WHERE: China Blossom, 946 Osgood St., North Andover, MA
COST: Tickets are $25 per person (Senior and children pricing is available: Seniors, $20, Under 11, $15, Under 5, $9).
RSVP: Seating is limited. To reserve early call Richard SooHoo, President of the ACCE at 978-470-2293 or email email@example.com.
China Blossom Restaurant & Lounge is a legendary family run restaurant located on Route 125- North Andover, MA. Established in 1960, China Blossom has become a local landmark serving the freshest, highest quality Asian cuisine and premium drinks in the Merrimack Valley. China Blossom’s cuisine is influenced by the varied regions of Eastern Asia, featuring items such as Cantonese style noodles, Japanese hand-rolled sushi, or Thai style ribs available buffet style or à la carte. China Blossom has a full bar and showcases live entertainment every Friday & Saturday night. Perfect for dining with family and friends, China Blossom also features two private dining rooms available for various events of all sizes and occasions. Takeout and delivery services are available daily. Reservations and walk-ins are welcome. Restaurant hours are: Monday-Thursday: 11:30AM-9:30PM, Friday-Saturday: 11:30AM-12:00AM, Sunday: 12:00PM-9:30PM. Daily Buffet is available for lunch and dinner 11:30AM-2:00PM; 5:00PM-8:00PM. Live entertainment on Friday & Saturday nights starting at 8:00PM. China Blossom is located at 946 Osgood Street (RT 125) North Andover, Ma 01845. For more information please call 978-682-2242 or visit http://www.chinablossom.com.
China Blossom Restaurant and Lounge
946 Osgood St., North Andover, MA 01845
Richard SooHoo, President of the ACCE
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