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Celebrate Chinese New Year with Kids at Mall of America

Submitted by on Monday, January 9, 2012No Comment
chinese new year with kai-lan

photo: nickjr.com

Mall of America has a special treat for Toddler Tuesdays next week:

Toddler Tuesdays: Chinese New Year Celebration

Kids and parents alike are invited to ring in the Year of the Dragon and celebrate the Chinese New Year at Toddler Tuesdays®. A special viewing of the Kai-lan “Happy Chinese New Year!” episode will be shown followed by a festive craft-making. Kai-lan herself will also be there for meet and greets at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. in the Rotunda (by the East entrance of Mall of America)

Tuesday, Jan. 17

10:00 a.m. – noon

And to get in the spirit at home, check out the fun printables and crafts like a dragon ribbon streamer over at nickjr.com!


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