The Chinese New Year will be at the Flushing Library all month long from January to February. There will be a festival at the library on January 31, 2009 from 10:30am. You can expect it to be a whole day worth of celebration. You’ll get to experience traditional Chinese food and Korean food. There will be dances in the afternoon from Chinese and Korean dancers. The location is at 41-17 Main St (and Kissena Blvd), and the phone number is 718-661-1200.
The Flushing library and the Flushing mall will be having the biggest Lunar celebration of the year. Your biggest problem could be weather and parking. You want to get there early to find parking and to get a good view of the parade. You will also want to bring warm outerwear just in case it’s cold and you might not be albe to walk to your car. There will be many people there so you want to have a cell phone to keep in touch with friends and family. You can bring a camera and camcorder to record the event and for memory sake. If you need more information you can visit this particular website http://gonyc.about.com/cs/holidays/a/chinesenewyear.htm.