Boston Chinatown Is Gearing Up For 2014 Chinese New Year: ‘The Year Of The Horse’.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.2014yearhorseaghny

Anura Guruge

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They at least have a 2014 Year of the Horse’ tab on their Facebook.

That is a good start. I will stay on top and keep you posted.

As far as I can tell (and I have found out since last year that I am probably not Chinese as I had thought) the festivities will be on Sunday, February 9, 2014.

Last year, as some of you may recall, we were all foiled by two back-to-back blizzards, one on each weekend.

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2 thoughts on “Boston Chinatown Is Gearing Up For 2014 Chinese New Year: ‘The Year Of The Horse’.

  1. Gilbert Ho

    In case if there is real snow storm coming….
    bring the Children indoor, enjoy the 2 story times at 1:30 and 2:30

    Join us for Open House to Chinese Culture at 12:30pm to 3:30pm
    we will have in door activities for the Children; take a break from the cold weather outside on the street event; Modeling Clay, origami, Chinese Calligraphy, children can do all kinds of projects, and take your own photo with the Money God character. Also there will be story time at 1:30pm and 2:30pm; please bring the family by; location 2 Boylston Street, China Trade center, right across the Orange Line CHINATOWN stop, The RMV and CVS.

    1. aguruge Post author

      I have done a separate post on this 12:30 cultural event too — Feb. 4. Looks very good. Thanks. From what I saw on TV last night the storm is NO LONGER an issue. NO STORM! Worst case some snow flurries — and a minimal of accumulation. I was going to do a post on that tomorrow. With luck I will see you Sunday. Happy New Year. Cheers, Anura


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