Hackensack, NJ – Chinese Service Center (CSC), a non-profit organization serving the Bergen County, NJ and New York City community will be hosting its annual Chinese New Year Celebration Hackensack Middle School (located at 360 Union Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601) on Sunday, February 12th, 2012 from 12PM to 5PM.
CSC’s Chinese New Year celebration will kick off a yearlong series of 40th Anniversary events aimed to commemorate Chinese culture and traditions.
We warmly welcome all to the CSC Chinese New Year of the Dragon celebration that will be highlighted by wonderful stage performances by our Chinese School students and teachers as well as exhibitions of student works and the sale of delicious Chinese food.
A festive Lion Dance performance with members of CSC USA, lead by Sifu (Master) Henry Lee, will open this much anticipated CSC Chinese New Year celebration at 1:30PM, followed by festive programs from Chinese Saturday School at the Columbia University, Bergen Chinese School, Bohua Chinese School, Tenafly Singers choir group under the baton of Conductor Chien and King Lai Cultural Dance Theater.
This event is free and open to the public. We will have a food drive for Center for Food Action of Englewood. Please help by donating a non-perishable item and bring it to the CSC Booth on the event day. Thank you very much!
If you would like to sponsor this event, please contact Sharon Ma before Jan 31, 2012 via Phone 201-262-8891 or email: email@example.com.
About Chinese Service Center
The Chinese Service Center USA is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to promote community participation, education, and communication participation, education, and leadership, to foster cultural exchange and awareness, and to promote strength in diversity and heritage values through educational, cultural and community programs. Serving the Bergen County and New York City community since 1971, CSC USA sponsors three Chinese Schools located in Hackensack, NJ and the upper west side of NYC (within Columbia University) and sponsors and supports numerous cultural events and exchanges across the tri-state region. Additional information is available at www.ChineseServiceCenter.org