Rego Park Senior Center Celebrates Chinese New Year

February 13, 2018

MEDIA ALERT                                                 

Rego Park Senior Center celebrates Chinese New Year

WHAT: On February 21, 2018, more than 250 Queens-area residents will come together at Queens Community House’s Rego Park Senior Center to celebrate Chinese New Year with cultural performances, dancing and lunch.

  • Traditional Chinese dance and song performances; colorful decorations and attire
  • DJ Ron Dellapina
  • 250 attendees
  • Lite breakfast and a traditional Chinese lunch, prepared by volunteer chefs

WHEN: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 (event will be held rain or shine) | Time: 9:00am to 2:45pm

WHERE:  QCH Rego Park Senior Center | 93-29 Queens Blvd, Rego Park, Queens, 11374


  • Irina Sarkisova, Senior Center Director
  • Lyuda Sinenko, Assistant Center Director
  • Jennifer Weil, Communications Coordinator
  • 250 local community members and volunteers

WHY: Chinese culture influences much of the activity in QCH’s Rego Park Senior Center, and many of its participants plan to celebrate the Chinese New Year. This is a large-scale community event.  Queens Community House offers a space to celebrate heritage, community and diversity for all community members, a cornerstone value of the organization.

CONTACT: Jennifer Weil, Queens Community House Communications;

** Media attending should check in with Jennifer upon arrival**


About Queens Community House: Founded in 1975, Queens Community House, is a multi-site nonprofit organization that offers a wide network of comprehensive services to individuals, families, and communities throughout Queens. From 29 sites in 14 diverse neighborhoods, QCH helps thousands of Queens residents to thrive in school, make healthy life choices, succeed in educating themselves, become engaged citizens, stabilize their housing situations, and make the most of their senior years.  Learn more at

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