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2018 is the Year of The Dog, and the Crow Collection of Asian Art is getting ready for one amazing paw-ty for their 19th annual Chinese New Year Festival. They are shaking things up and bringing the festivities to NorthPark Center, where they will celebrate with art activities and demonstrations, food, fireworks, and a main stage filled with a list of talented performers, old and new.

Say goodbye to the Year of the Rooster and ring in 2018 as the Year of the Dog, a year marked by loyalty, kindness, and love. Don’t forget to bring along your best dog friend for puppy portraits and pampering. In need of a furry companion? Don’t worry, there will be dog rescues out all day in the new Zodiac Zoo, featuring rescues dedicated to the animals found in the Chinese Zodiac.

2018 is the Year of The Dog, and the Crow Collection of Asian Art is getting ready for one amazing paw-ty for their 19th annual Chinese New Year Festival. They are shaking things up and bringing the festivities to NorthPark Center, where they will celebrate with art activities and demonstrations, food, fireworks, and a main stage filled with a list of talented performers, old and new.

Say goodbye to the Year of the Rooster and ring in 2018 as the Year of the Dog, a year marked by loyalty, kindness, and love. Don’t forget to bring along your best dog friend for puppy portraits and pampering. In need of a furry companion? Don’t worry, there will be dog rescues out all day in the new Zodiac Zoo, featuring rescues dedicated to the animals found in the Chinese Zodiac.

2018 is the Year of The Dog, and the Crow Collection of Asian Art is getting ready for one amazing paw-ty for their 19th annual Chinese New Year Festival. They are shaking things up and bringing the festivities to NorthPark Center, where they will celebrate with art activities and demonstrations, food, fireworks, and a main stage filled with a list of talented performers, old and new.

Say goodbye to the Year of the Rooster and ring in 2018 as the Year of the Dog, a year marked by loyalty, kindness, and love. Don’t forget to bring along your best dog friend for puppy portraits and pampering. In need of a furry companion? Don’t worry, there will be dog rescues out all day in the new Zodiac Zoo, featuring rescues dedicated to the animals found in the Chinese Zodiac.

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NorthPark Center
8687 N. Central Expy.
Dallas, TX 75225
http://crowcollection.org/ai1ec_event/chinese-new-year-festival-2018/?instance_id=95132

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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