Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

Saturday February 4th, from 3:30 to 7:30
Adults - $15.00
Children 5+ - $7.00
Children under 4 - $1.00

Tickets must be purchased in advance by February 1st.
This is necessary so we can prepare food, children's crafts and goody bags. Credit cards are preferred by placing an order below but checks are accepted via mail.

Guests of registered people are allowed to pay at the door, but all other tickets must be paid in advance.

If you'd like to pay by check please send checks to:

Upstate SC FCC - c/o Ollar
456 Pimlico Road
Greenville, SC  29607

or pay now by credit card placing an order below.

Name Sales End Price
Adults Ended $15
Children 5 and Over Ended $7
Children 4 and Under Ended $1

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