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    About This Guide

    Welcome to the Lucille C. Little Fine Arts Library. This guide shows you how to find world music materials in the library and online.


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    Chinese New Year Celebration

    Saturday, January 25


    Presented by Kentucky Chinese American Association (KYCAA), committed to serving the communities in Kentucky by promoting the appreciation of Chinese culture and heritages and enhancing cross-cultural understanding through educational programs.  The Chinese New Year Celebration is by far the largest and most popular Chinese cultural event in Kentucky.  People across the state and from Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee come to Lexington to attend the celebration. 

    Free Cultural Show @ 4 p.m.; Ticketed Show @ 7 p.m.  Tickets:  $15-$50.  401 West Short Street.   

    Location: Lexington Opera House


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