Chinese New Year

The Camarillo Library celebrated the Chinese New Year on Feb. 2, 2013. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

YEAR OF THE SNAKE - Students from the Ventura County Chinese Language School in Camarillo perform the Dragon Dance during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 230

YEAR OF THE SNAKE – Students from the Ventura County Chinese Language School in Camarillo perform the Dragon Dance during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 230

YEAR OF THE SNAKE - Members of the Camarillo Kungfu Club perform the Lion Dance for spectators during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 231

YEAR OF THE SNAKE – Members of the Camarillo Kungfu Club perform the Lion Dance for spectators during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 231

RESTING SPOT - Mia Morris, 5, of Camarillo leans against her mom, Anna, while watching the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 232

RESTING SPOT – Mia Morris, 5, of Camarillo leans against her mom, Anna, while watching the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 232

IN SYNC - Members of the Ventura County Chinese American Association dance troupe perform a traditional fan dance during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 233

IN SYNC – Members of the Ventura County Chinese American Association dance troupe perform a traditional fan dance during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 233

BRIDGING GENERATIONS - Saefa Shafer, 3, left, of Somis tells Richard Lu of Camarillo that he is three years old so Lu can write his age and name in traditional Chinese symbols during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 234

BRIDGING GENERATIONS – Saefa Shafer, 3, left, of Somis tells Richard Lu of Camarillo that he is three years old so Lu can write his age and name in traditional Chinese symbols during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration at the Camarillo Library on Sat., Feb. 2. MC 234

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