The Vietnamese Lunar New Year – or “Tet” – is celebrated this weekend in Sacramento with a parade, open-air marketplace, food festival, live performing arts and carnival games and rides. In this photo, Nhung Pham, 17, performs with the Valley High Vietnamese Student Association Union at a 2005 celebration in Sacramento.
The Vietnamese Lunar New Year – or “Tet” – is celebrated this weekend in Sacramento with a parade, open-air marketplace, food festival, live performing arts and carnival games and rides. In this photo, Nhung Pham, 17, performs with the Valley High Vietnamese Student Association Union at a 2005 celebration in Sacramento. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file photo
The Vietnamese Lunar New Year – or “Tet” – is celebrated this weekend in Sacramento with a parade, open-air marketplace, food festival, live performing arts and carnival games and rides. In this photo, Nhung Pham, 17, performs with the Valley High Vietnamese Student Association Union at a 2005 celebration in Sacramento. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file photo

Today in Sacramento: Here’s what you need to know for Saturday

February 04, 2016 10:00 PM

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