Enjoy tea and a sampling of traditional Chinese New Year foods during an entertaining, informative interactive program that will provide insight into the fascinating history, customs and foods of the Chinese New Year, which was first celebrated in ancient China to mark the end of winter and the beginning of spring. Event is being hosted by the Kenilworth Historical Society on Sunday, Feb. 10 (2 p.m.) at the historic Oswald J. Nitschke House (49 S. 21 Street, Kenilworth) and presented by certified tea specialist and cultural educator Darlene Meyers Perry. Admission is $20. Advance registration is requested, as seating is limited. The Nitschke House has an elevator and is fully accessible. Proceeds will benefit the Kenilworth Historical Society’s Oswald J. Nitschke House (c. 1880) “living history” museum and cultural arts center by helping defray operating and programming costs. Darlene Meyers Perry, whose nearly 25-year study of tea with respect to international cultures has allowed her to build many lasting friendships throughout the world, is owner and president of the online retail store, “The Tea Lover’s Archives.” The Kenilworth Historical Society (www.kenilworthhistoricalsociety.org) is an independent, volunteer-based non-profit, tax-exempt, 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to the research, preservation and interpretation of the Oswald J. Nitschke House, local history and culture.