Celebrate the year of the Wood Dragon with the Randwick community at the Meeks Street Plaza, Kingsford.
There will be lion dances, craft workshops, a Wishing Tree, and live DJS from 3-9pm.
While in the area, local Kingsford restaurants will be dishing up a variety of delicious meals for the holiday. Be sure to experience the wide range of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, Malaysian and Indonesian food on offer.
Celebrate Lunar New Year in Kingsford is on Saturday 10 February 2024 from 3pm to 9pm.
Randwick library is running a number of events to usher in the Year of the Dragon, a symbol of power, strength, and luck, click this link for more information
- Doughy Dumplings and Wonky Wontons (school years K-6) – Come and join us for a creative playdough dumpling and wonton making workshop. In this workshop, you will roll and create authentic looking cuisine using coloured playdough. Tuesday 6 February. [More information and to book]
- Year of the Dragon | Craft Workshop – Usher in the Year of the Dragon with this craft workshop! Join us to make a good luck ‘dragon ball’, sharing good wishes and positive energy. Wednesday 7 February. [More information and to book]
- Spark in the Park (ages 0-5 years): Bring along a picnic blanket and join us outdoors for lots of fun, stories, songs and playtime for children 0-5 years of age. This month’s theme is “Dragons” to celebrate the Lunar New Year! Wednesday 7 February. [More information and to book]
- Chinese Calligraphy and Watercolour Painting Demonstration – Watch master artists from the Australian Chinese Artists’ Society skilfully create artworks of Chinese calligraphy and water colour painting. Take one home to ensure a prosperous and auspicious Lunar New Year for yourself and your family! Thursday 8 February. [More information]
- Dragon Lantern Making Workshop (ages 8-18 years) – Join us for a lantern making workshop to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. You will choose from laser-cut plywood designs and carefully line them with thin paper to let the glow of twinkling lights shine through. Friday 9 February. [More information and to book]
May the Year of the Dragon bring prosperity, good fortune, and joy to all those celebrating Lunar New Year!