The award-winning Jhuo Lan Dragon Dance Team of Taiwan will performa traditional dragon dance.

Lunar New Year festivities on tap

One of only 3 Canadian cities to get Jhuo Lan Dragon Dance Team

The Comox Valley Multicultural Society will host Lunar New Year Festival  – Year of Sheep (Goat) on Tuesday, Feb. 24, from 5-9 p.m. at the Native Son’s Hall.

Among the entertainment on the slate will be the award-winning  Jhuo Lan Dragon Dance Team of Taiwan, performing a traditional dragon dance.

This is a rare opportunity to see this team in action, as Courtenay is one of only three Canadian cities it will visit on its current performing tour (Vancouver and Toronto the others).

The team will perform four of its world famous dragon dances.

Tickets are $25 per person, and includes a full meal. Children under 10 get in for free.

Call Jin Lin at 250-338-9386, email maplepool@shaw.ca or go to www. comoxvalleymulticultural.ca for tickets and more information. Tickets also available at the Laughing Oyster Bookstore and at Bop City.

Seniors show added

Due to popular demand, the Comox Valley Multicultural Society will hold a bonus afternoon dragon dance show exclusive for seniors. This 40-minute performance will start at 2 p.m., with admission by donation. For more details on the matinee, use the aforementioned contact info.

 

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