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Boston Rotary helps ring in the Year of the Dog with a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to celebrate Lunar New Year!

Explore Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese traditions while enjoying a variety of music and dance performances throughout the Museum—including lion dances performed by the Gund Kwok Asian Women Lion and Dragon Dance Troupe and Wah Lum Kung Fu and Tai Chi Academy.

Join us to participate in an interactive demonstration of Saebae, a Korean New Year’s ceremony; go on a tour or talk highlighting works in the Art of Asia galleries, offered in English, American Sign Language, and Mandarin; watch demonstrations of Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese martial arts; and embark on a scavenger hunt in the galleries or drop in on hands-on family art-making activities to create your own masterpieces to take home. The New Jersey–based Korean Traditional Arts Academy also performs.

This Community Day event is a great way to include friends and family!

Where: Plan on arriving early to allow time to park and walk to the MFA Huntington Avenue Lobby Entrance.

Meeting spot: Lori Karas will stand next to the statue in the center of the MFA Huntington Avenue Lobby Entrance. 

When: At 11:30AM she will rapidly distribute the 15 VIP tickets, which provide convenient, quick entry to this popular family event. 

Explore: Once you have your ticket, feel free to explore the MFA as it will be a self-directed day. You may stay until closing at 5:00PM.
Socializing over refreshments may happen spontaneously as a group lunch has not be organized.

Price: The Boston Rotary Club #7 is charging $20 per ticket payable

Register:  click on Calendar listing Feb. 10
This money will be converted into a donation to the MFA, a wonderful non-profit organization that supports the arts.   

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Boston #7

You will find the information listed under Events and on the Calendar about the time and meeting locations.
Club headquartered at Fisher College
118 Beacon Street
Boston, MA  02116
United States

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