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Year of the Dragon

The mightiest and most revered of all the 12 creatures, the dragon is the fifth sign of the Chinese zodiac and symbolizes ambition, power, wisdom, longevity and dominance. Preferring to live by self-made rules, dragons are driven, independent, thrive when challenged and possess a true zest for life. Extroverts and eager risk-takers, they are leaders, prefer to live large and love nature. Despite their fiery temperament, dragons are highly successful and work best when their self-reliance is deemed an asset.

2012 Celebrate the

Come ring in the new Year at Scarborough town Centre

SatUrDaY, JanUarY 21

11 am

·Thunder Drums ·Eye Dotting Ceremony ­ Waking up the Lions ·Choy Ching Ceremony ­ Feeding the Lions ·Southern Lion Dance ·Arrival of the God of Fortune

SUnDaY, JanUarY 22

2 pm

·Thunder Drums ·Arrival of the God of Fortune ·Fun & Games with Chinese New Year Traditions ·Southern Lion Dance ·Chinese Folk Dance

2 pm

·Thunder Drums ·Northern Lion Dance ·Chinese Folk Dance ·Arrival of the God of Fortune ·Fun & Games with Chinese New Year Traditions

4 pm

·Thunder Drums ·Martial Arts Demonstration ·Dragon Dance ·Arrival of the God of Fortune ·Fun & Games with Chinese New Year Traditions

4 pm

·Thunder Drums ·Dragon Meeting the Lion ·Martial Arts Demonstration ·Arrival of the God of Fortune ·Fun & Games with Chinese New Year Traditions

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