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Family Programs


Saturday, January 5

Shi Shi Mai New Year Blessing 1 PM
Traditional Japanese Lion Dog dancers perform a New Year blessing in the lobby, followed by offerings of oranges. Free.

Part of the Tateuichi Story Theatre Arts Series sponsored by the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation.


Saturday, February 2

Lunar New Year Day Celebration at The Wing!

Lion Dance, 10am
It's not Lunar New Year without the traditional Lion Dance, and The Wing is the place to see it! Complete with drums, firecrackers, and dancers, this will be a show for the whole family. Free performance outside.


Lunar New Year Fair starting at 10:30am
Grab a passport for a New Year journey through The Wing! Play games, create crafts, and share New Year stories. "Pet" a New Year animal in our stuffed zodiac animal zoo and enjoy face painting, a scavenger hunt and raffle prizes! Kids who complete the passport will receive a ceramic pig money bank as a prize, thanks to Wells Fargo (while supplies last!)

FREE admission
for kids and students (with ID), sponsored by the Vietnamese-American Bar Association of Washington.

Thursday, FEBRUARY 7

Story Time - 11-11:30am

In honor of the Year of the Pig, meet Patricia the piglet as she tries to help Farmer Wu despite her piggish behavior! Fun activity to follow.  Free.





Saturday February 9

Celebrate the neighborhood with Dragon and Lion dances, $3 Food Walk, and children's costume parade and contest! From 11am-4pm. Free.


Become a Member of The Wing!


Members of The Wing enjoy UNLIMITED FREE admission to the museum all year, including Lunar New Year events, plus discounts on book readings, film screenings, and other great family programs. Join online or call 206.623.5124 ext 126.


Limited-edition Year of the Pig glass designed are now available for new Members and gift membership!


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