Hmong New Year Celebration Events 2014-15 around the world

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(SHB) – During the month of November, December, and January every year are the months most Hmong around the world celebrate Hmong New Year.
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The following dates are the 2014-15 Hmong New Year Celebration around the world:

11/21/2014        (LAOS) Hmong-Lao New Year Celebration in Xiengkhoung (Phonsavan) and Vientiane (Naxala).

11/22-23/2014   (USA) Carolina Hmong New Year in Newton, NC.

11/27-30/2014   (USA) Sacramento Hmong New Year Celebration in Sacramento, CA.

11/28-29/2014   (USA) Southern Wisconsin Hmong New Year Celebration in Madison, WI.

11/28-29/2014   (USA) Orange County Hmong New Year Celebration in Santa Ana, CA.

11/28-30/2014   (USA) Minnesota Hmong New Year Celebration in St. Paul, Minnesota.

11/29-30/2014   (USA) Sheboygan Hmong New Year Celebration in Sheboygan, WI.

12/06-07/2014   (USA) Hmong Wisconsin New Year Celebration in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

12/06-07/2014   (USA) Long Beach Hmong New Year Celebration in Long Beach, CA

12/13-14/2014   (USA) Milwaukee Hmong New Year Celebration in Franklin, WI

12/19-21/2014   (USA) Merced Hmong New Year Celebration in Merced, CA

12/20-22/2014   (USA) Hmong San Diego New Year Celebration in San Diego, CA

12/21-30/2014   (LAOS) Hmong-Lao New Year Celebration in Lak 52, Noon Hai, and in Luang Prabang.

12/22-28/2014   (THAILAND) Tak Hmong New Year Celebration in Tak province.

12/26/2014        (USA) Hmong International New Year Celebration in Fresno, CA

01/01-03/2015   (THAILAND) Chiangmai Hmong New Year Celebration in Chiangmai province.

IMPORTANT: Please check with the event coordinators of the New Year Events you would like to attend to verify if the dates, times, and places have been changed.

HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone!

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