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Chinese New Year Celebrations with Fireworks!
Monday, Jan 23 5:00p
at Philippe by Philippe Chow, Boca Raton, FL
Join us as we celebrate the Chinese New Year with Lights, Lanterns and Lychee Martinis
Complimentary Lychee Martinis from 5-7 p.m.
Spring Festival, also known as Chinese New Year, is the most important traditional festival in China. Chinese New Year Celebrations begin on the first day of the first lunar month (usually in late January or early February) and ends on the 15th day of the first lunar month (Lantern Festival).
Saturday, January 21, 2012
11:00 PM – 5:00 AM
5729 Seminole Way
Min. Age: 21+
Type: Miami New Years Eve
Join Empire Events as they present ‘Chinese New Year’ at Opium Nightclub located at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Bring in the New Year with Asian drummers, Lions, Dragons and special guest performers.
Celebrate the Year of the Dragon, which starts this Monday,January 23rd, right here in Miami. The Chinese people mark the occasion with parades and parties, and there are plenty of venues for the most formidable sign in the Chinese zodiac.
Chinese New Year at Hakkasan at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach will start this Sunday at 9:00 p.m. sharp with the Dragon Dance performed by local Kung Fu experts at the Fontainebleau’s Bleau Bar. The Dragon will make its way through the hotel hallways towards the haute cuisine restaurant with a procession that includes traditional jumps and quick acrobatic maneuvers, accompanied by drums, gongs and cymbals. Special menu dishes are available through Sunday 29th, 2012.
Monday, January 23, 2012, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
All Saints’ Academy, 5001 State Road 540 W, Winter Haven FL 33880
USF World Calendar
4202 East Fowler Avenue
Tampa, FL 33620
Dates: Jan 23 2012 – Feb 06 2012
Time: 12:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Location: Potawatomi Bingo Casino, 1721 W. Canal Street
Region: Downtown Milwaukee,WI
Win $888 or $8,888! Celebrate the Year of the Dragon and play slots or table games for your chance to win. How to Qualify Fire Keeper’s Club� members can receive one free entry by sending a 3″ x 5″ card with their name, Club number, complete address (no P.O. boxes), phone number and date of birth in an envelope to: Chinese New Year 2012 Giveaway Free Entry Promotions Department 1721 West Canal Street Milwaukee, WI 53233
Jan 23, 2012 – CHINESE NEW YEAR: Wimberley, at Lotus Ranch. 512-847-3595. Dinner, raffle and auction.
Buy fireworks at USFireworks.biz to cap off the celebration!
Each year the China Pavilion in Epcot has a Chinese New Year celebration. Usually there are Chinese acrobats and special activities for kids. The next Chinese New Year will be on January 23, 2012.
Join the UT Club for a new tradition as we celebrate the
2012 Chinese New Year
The Year of the Dragon
Monday, January 23
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Please make reservations 512-477-5800
Date: Mon, Jan 23, 2012
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Seasons Greetings from US Fireworks! Whatever your needs let us help you celebrate your holiday, your way! We can supply you with everything from glow sticks and confetti items for indoors occasions, sparklers or fountains for Kwanzaa or big loud 500g cakes and reloadable shells for typical New Years Eve midnight celebrations. One of the latest trends in party specialties is sky lanterns they are cheap, safe and add a special touch to any occasion. We are offering free shipping on orders over $500.00 as always and free fireworks along the way. If you have never ordered fireworks online you have reached the premier place to do so! Due to our large volume buying power and direct from our warehouse shipping we can sell cheap fireworks and offer the highest quality items available from the best factories in China. Let US Fireworks help you celebrate the season.
SALINA, Kan. – Salina residents are able to buy fireworks within city limits for the first time in 46 years, but they might have trouble finding them for the Fourth of July holiday because so few vendors have sought permits to sell the explosive pyrotechnic devices. The city has issued only six permits to people wanting to sell fireworks, The Salina Journal reported Friday. The city voted earlier this year to allow the selling of fireworks within city limits from June 27 to July 4. Operators say the city’s zoning regulations and store owners who don’t want the stands on their properties have contributed to the small number of sellers. “The number is lower than I expected,” said Ed Winebrenner, operator of Crazy Ed’s Fireworks. “I had expected 10 to 12 to set up.” The city requires fireworks tents to be on properties zoned for shopping centers or larger commercial sites, be 300 feet from residential housing and have enough parking. The zoning laws were designed to allow stands to have open space to sell, said Dean Andrew, Salina’s planning and zoning administrator. Salina Fire Marshal Roger Williams said some applicants had told him that many of the big-box stores were not allowing stands in front of their stores. “No one was turned away by the city,” Williams said. “Whether spaces were available or not, I don’t know.” “Everyplace down south of Cloud Street we talked to said ‘no,'” Winebrenner said. “Lowe’s, Central Mall and others all said, ‘No, we don’t want it.'” The city’s fees for fireworks stands might be keeping smaller tent owners out of the city, Winebrenner said. An operator in Salina must pay a nonrefundable $500 application fee and $2,000 base fee for a tent of up to 1,500 square feet. Operators pay $2.50 per square foot for the square footage of tents more than 1,500 square feet. The operator of a 2,000-square-foot tent, for example, would pay a total of $3,750. Tents larger than 2,400 square feet are not allowed. That’s much higher than the $1,000 flat fee charged in Saline County, but the city has attracted twice as many fireworks stands as the county. Saline County has approved three fireworks sales permits for this year. Winebrenner said he moved his stand to the city because of its larger population and distance people had to drive into the county. He is going to operate another stand in Assaria. “I expect I will do a lot better than last year in the county and the larger fee will pay off for me,” Winebrenner said. “It just made sense for us to put our stand in the city.” Smith, operator of K&J Crackerworks, said her Salina stand is her first in Saline County. In the past, she hasn’t been charged a fee to operate a fireworks stand. “We were happy to hear Salina legalized fireworks,” Smith said. “We are excited to see how the year pans out.” Information from: The Salina Journal, http://www.salina.com Read more: http://www.kansas.com/2011/06/17/1896509/first-fireworks-in-decades-in.html#ixzz1PYdrGluZ