Chinese New Year in Nashville TN 2014
The Chinese New Year begins Friday January 31, 2014. It's the year of the Horse. In the Chinese calender, each year is associated with an animal. There are 12 different animals and this year it's the Horse.
The Chinese believe that Horse years are years of Good Luck.
They also believe that the same characteristics of the animal in whose year your are born are what you will have. For example, if you were born in the year of the Ox, you would be hard working. You'd be aggressive, if you were born in the year of the Tiger.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year
Lost Horse, a Blessing in Disguise (Dance Theater) all day Friday January 31, 2014.
This is a Chinese Fable for the year of the Horse. It is A Chinese Art Alliance of Nashville Dance Theater Production. It can also be seen at various libraries around Metro in March and April.
Chinese New Year Celebration at Discover Center in Murfreesboro will offer food, crafts and activities. Friday January 31. Hours are 4-7pm. Free. 502 SE Broad Street.
Chinese New Year Feast at Crossroads Cafe
The restaurant is offering an eight course meal to celebrate the year of the Horse. There are 2 seatings 5:38 and 7:38 on February 8th, 2014. The cost is $58 and $28 for children under 12. The restaurant is located at 38 Ball Park Road in Swanee.