2016 Chinese New Year Celebration

Hey everyone!
We hope you’re all having a warm and great 2016 so far! The Year of the Monkey is around the corner, and for the third year, Hand in Hand and FCC Atlanta will be celebrating Chinese New Year together on Sunday, February 20th, from 4:30-7:00pm at Golden House. This event will include Chinese music and dance performances, a gift raffle, lion dancers, and authentic Chinese dinner provided by Golden House. The cost of this event will be $25 for adults and $18 for kids (12 and under). Please pay online via PayPal, as we will not be taking reservations and payments at the door this year. If you prefer to pay by check, please make it payable to Hand in Hand Chinese and send it to 8750 Glasgow Pointe Duluth, GA 30097. We are also offering reservation by table – if you know which families you would like to sit with, you can purchase an entire table (10 seats) for $200. This cost would have to be a single check made to Hand in Hand Chinese (we do not have this option on PayPal); we cannot take separate checks from multiple people to cover this cost. We will be making the seating chart ahead of time, so if you decide not to reserve a table but still have a seating preference, please email us at handinhand@handinhandchinese.org or comment below and we will try to make necessary accommodations. Also, this year, free family photos will be included with the ticket price, so feel free to wear a traditional Chinese outfit!
We are excited to welcome the Year of the Monkey and sincerely hope you consider joining us for our Chinese New Year celebration. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email us! This is a fun and exciting opportunity to meet other families in Atlanta with Chinese-adopted children and as always, hang out with big sisters and brothers. We hope to see you there!

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2 thoughts on “2016 Chinese New Year Celebration”

  1. I am buying tickets for 8 people, one child and seven adults.
    We would all like to sit at the same table.
    Thank you,
    Heather McNay

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