Mount St. Joseph Hospital celebrates Lunar New Year in style!
Submitted by Sally Lee, Communications Coordinator, Communications & Public Affairs
Earlier this week, Mount St. Joseph's residents, staff, and volunteers gathered together to celebrate this year's Lunar New Year!
On Tuesday, February 5, Mount St. Joseph's halls and residential areas were decked in bright red banners and festive decor in light of 2019's Lunar New Year. Providence people, including MSJ staff, residents, and volunteers, gathered together to celebrate the traditional New Year holiday, which is widely celebrated across Asia. Lunar New Year marks the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar, which based on the various cycles of the moon. The festival is usually referred to as the Spring Festival in Mainland China, and is one of several Lunar New Years celebrated within Asia.
Check out this year's highlights from MSJ below:
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