Celebrate the Year of the Horse.
Saturday, February 22, from 1 PM to 4 PM at the VMFA celebrate the year of the horse1 at this Chinese New Year family event. There will be music, crafts, dancing, and shadow puppets. You can even make your own shadow puppet or get you face painted with a Chinese Zodiac. Keep an eye out for dancing dragons and lions as they slink throughout the museum. Full schedule of events can be found at VMFA.
- Those under the horse zodiac are very active, tireless in racing towards their own goals on their own timelines, possessed of mental thought processes characterized by lightening-quick speed to the point of faultiness, multitaskers, self-confident and ambitious, fond of exercise, liable to physical and mental exhaustion, side-steppers of issues and concerns of others, and temperamentally impatient to the point of explosiveness.[via Wikipedia]↩