All are invited, but capacity is limited.
Lunar New Year is celebrated by billions of people around the world, and for many, it is a time for family reunions, abundant food, and loud celebrations.
AAPI Montclair’s first-ever Lunar New Year celebration will feature family-friendly educational, cultural, and social activities to offer community members a chance to celebrate and learn about Lunar New Year together. Ring in the Year of the Tiger with cultural performances including a Chinese lion dance and Korean fan dance; arts & craft activities led by MAM educators; and in special theme food, drinks, and merchandise available for purchase, all in a COVID-cautious setting outside on the grounds of the Montclair Art Museum.
In keeping with LNY's emphasis on family, a portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to the Kaija Jung Andersen Memorial Scholarship, which honors Kaija's vibrant and love-filled life by supporting graduating seniors from MHS who exemplify her spirit of compassion, curiosity, and courage.
This event is free to MAM members. Please reserve your free tickets through the "Tickets & Donate" button. (Become a MAM member today!) Following our core value of inclusion, we have set general admission at just $5 for non-members (fee waivers available). If an additional donation is within your means, we offer our deepest thanks for helping to keep this celebration affordable for all.
We hope you can join us for this historic and joyful event!
Lunar New Year Celebration Location: Montclair Art Museum - 3 South Mountain Ave (check-in at South Mountain parking lot entrance) Montclair, NJ 07043
*The parking lot at the Montclair ART Museum will NOT be available for Guest Parking.
TIGER SPONSOR - AVAILABLE!
$5,000 Only One (1) Available
DRAGON SPONSOR - SOLD OUT
$2,500 Only Two (2) Available
LION SPONSOR - AVAILABLE!
$1,000 Unlimited Opportunity
RED ENVELOPE OPEN DONATION - AVAILABLE!
$250 minimum Unlimited Opportunity
We need your help! Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in getting involved to help organize this event or any of our other activities.
*Starting Monday, January 24, all visitors and students ages 5-11 must now show proof that they have received at least one dose of an approved vaccine against COVID-19. All visitors and students ages 12+ must show proof that they completed the primary series of vaccinations against COVID-19.
People are fully vaccinated 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine.
Acceptable forms of proof include official vaccination cards (a digital photo or photocopy of is also acceptable) or digital vaccination cards through Docket, CLEAR Health Pass, or similar app.
**Starting Monday, January 24, proof of negative PCR or rapid testing is no longer permitted instead of vaccination.