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Sponsored: Lunar New Year Celebration This Sunday at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market and Mercantile
Celebrate the Lunar New Year – The Year of the Tiger – with your Sunset District neighbors and friends at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market and Mercantile.
Year of the Ox: Celebrating Lunar New Year in a Pandemic
With the cancellation of the annual Chinese New Year parade due to the pandemic, communities across the Sunset and Richmond districts are finding new ways to celebrate.
Sunset District’s First Lunar New Year Celebration Held Feb.13, 2020
SF Supervisor Gordon Mar’s office organized the Sunset District’s first Lunar New Year celebration on Feb. 13 at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. A big crowd sampled food from local restaurants, learned about various service organizations in the community and mingled with neighbors and friends to celebrate the year of the rat.
Lunar New Year Event for Sunset Community
The celebration will be held at Jefferson Elementary School on Saturday, Feb. 22, 10 a.m. – noon. Parking will be available in the schoolyard, entrance on 18th Avenue.
The Year of the Metal Rat
It is the Year of the Rat, meaning the Chinese zodiac is starting over. A Year of the Rat is a time for new beginnings, and though cleaning one’s house is a traditional way to commemorate the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Rat might be a time to clean up your life and make a fresh start.
Year of the Pig Celebrations Ring in the New Year
This year is the year of the pig, according to the Chinese lunar calendar, and is set to bring good luck and fortune in 2019. The cultural tradition is being celebrated with events across the City.