Lunar New Year Celebrates “Year of the Snake” at Sedona Meditation Center
January 17, 2013, Sedona, AZ
Local festivities on Saturday, February 9th at the Sedona Meditation Center will kick off the Year of the Snake for the Lunar New Year celebrated over the span of a week around the world. The Sedona Korean American Association and the non-profit center at 340 Jordan Road in Uptown Sedona will be in full celebration between 11am and 3pm. Chinese, Indian, Thai, and Korean food will be featured at an Asian Food Court, punctuated by a noon performance of Sedona’s Rhythm, a dynamic, synchronized drum corps. Start early with the 10 am showing of a classic, light-hearted Korean movie at 10 am, repeated again at 1:00 pm.
2013 wouldn’t be the Year of the wise Snake – or a year governed by the intuitive element of Water – without a fortune or two being told in the bargain. And it wouldn’t be a Lunar New Year celebration without Asian Calligraphy being put to paper, or paper cranes dangled in a public Wishing Tree. It’s a time to proclaim, “out with the old and in with the new”, and make YOUR vision for the new Year of the Snake come true!
For more information, call (928) 282-3600.
CONTACT: Program Director, Haejung Jung
PLACE: Sedona Meditation Center, 340 Jordan Rd, Uptown Sedona
PHONE: 928 282-3600