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Flushing Lunar New Year Parade & Festival Celebration
If you're looking to ring in the Lunar New Year with a bang, then Flushing is the place you'll want to be. The parade, now in its 19th year, gets started at 11am at 37th Avenue and Union Street and ends at Main Street. It attracts throngs to this celebration of Asian culture that's packed with a joyous cacophony of music, fireworks, steel drummers and dragon dancers. It's the Year of the Sheep, an animal associated with being gentle, calm and extremely likeable. One can only guess what this year's parade has in store based on that description. For more information, visit their Facebook page.