Chinese New Year celebrations are coming to the Muriel Arnason Library, attached to the Township Civic Facility. Submitted photo

All invited to help celebrate Year of the Dog at Muriel Arnason Library

Chinese New Year event happens Saturday, Feb. 17 in Willoughby

It’s the Year of the Dog and to celebrate, Muriel Arnason Library is hosting its annual Chinese New Year festival.

On Saturday, Feb. 17 from 2 to 3 p.m., staff at the Willoughby library are inviting the public to join them, along with some special artists, to mark the Lunar New Year.

Participants are invited to enjoy Chinese dance and music, make a craft and a lucky envelope, and taste some New Year’s foods during the library’s 10th annual celebration.

This is a free, drop-in program.

All supplies will be provided to visitors.

Muriel Arnason Library is located in the Township of Langley Civic Facility at 20338 – 65 Avenue.

Call 604-532-3590.

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