Welcoming the Year of the Dragon: Nest Designs' Dragon Dance Print and Lunar New Year Celebrations in Prince George

by Bailey Bouwman

We're buzzing with excitement to share a little magic with you – a brand-new print, Dragon Dance! Even if the Year of the Dragon isn't on your holiday radar, we're all about spreading love and good vibes.

Dragon Dance Print: Cute Dragons, Cozy Vibes!

Nest Designs, a brand all about soft fabrics and adorable prints, launched the Dragon Dance print this January for the incoming Year of the Dragon. This print features soft pastel dragons having a dance party on a neutral background. It's an absolutely stunning print for everyone to enjoy. 

Offering a sweet nod to the luck and prospertiy associated with this zodiac year, Dragon Dance can be found as short and long sleeve onesie in sizes 0 month to 2/3T, swaddle blanket, or a change pad. 

The Year of the Dragon: Symbolism and Traits In the Chinese zodiac, the Year of the Dragon is revered for symbolizing strength, good fortune, and health. Those born in this year are often considered natural leaders with characteristics such as charisma, confidence, ambition, and adventurous spirits. The Dragon is the only mythical creature in the zodiac, making this year extra special and magical.

Lunar New Year Celebrations in Prince George As part of the festive spirit, we're excited to share information about two free, all-ages community events in Prince George celebrating the Year of the Dragon:

  1. Prince George Public Library

    • Date: Saturday, February 10
    • Time: 12 pm to 4 pm
  2. Two Rivers Gallery

    • Date: Sunday, February 18
    • Time: 1 pm to 4 pm

These events, co-organized by Speak Write Academy, Neulbom Korean School, Chinese Benevolent Association, Prince George Public Library, and Two Rivers Gallery, showcase a blend of Korean and Chinese Lunar New Year cultures.

The first event aligns with the 1st day of Lunar New Year, while the second event takes place on the 9th day of Chinese New Year. In Asia, Korean Lunar New Year celebrations last for 3 days, while Chinese New Year celebrations span 15 days.

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