It is time for the Chinese New Year. This year the Chinese are Celebrating the Year of The Horse. Those born in this year are popular, quick-witted, charming, cheerful and talented as well as skillful with money and very perceptive although they are known to talk too much. If you were born in 1930, 1942, 1954, 1960, 1978, 1990 or 2002 you are part of this group.
The Children’s Museum of Cleveland wants to teach you all about this celebration this Saturday. Learn about all of the traditions and symbols connected to this holiday at 11:00 a.m. and learn to make traditional red envelopes. At 3:00 p.m. decorate lunar lanterns. All of the activities are free with paid museum admission or membership.
About The Children’s Museum of Cleveland
Offering a variety of hands-on, family-oriented exhibits and programming, The Children's Museum of Cleveland is the Northeast Ohio destination and resource for all young children, parents and caregivers to engage in fun, innovative, interactive play that accelerates the child's creativity, development and education. The Children's Museum is located at 10730 Euclid Avenue in University Circle. The Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Regular admission is $8.00 for children and adults and free for infants 11 months and younger. The Museum’s operations are funded in part by the generous support of over 1,200 member families, and these members always receive the benefit of free admission. For more information about The Children's Museum of Cleveland visit www.ClevelandChildrensMuseum.org
The Children’s Museum of Cleveland receives public support with local tax dollars from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, to preserve and enrich our region’s artistic and cultural heritage.