People walk on a street decorated with Chinese lamps to celebrate the Lunar New Year in Bangkok, Thailand Jan. 26, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Chinese New Year kicks off this weekend, and New York residents and visitors alike should have no problem finding a way to participate, be it through an activity or special event.

The Chinese Lunar New Year officially begins Saturday, yet celebrations and events will take place all weekend and beyond. This year will be the Year of the Rooster.

Businesses, restaurants and stores will be hosting a number of events all weekend-long. Macy’s, for example, announced Tuesday that its stores all over the country would be hosting events and educational activities to promote the Chinese New Year with instrumental performances, traditional refreshments and fashion presentations, according to a release from the brand.

Looking for more? Read on for a list of activities and events to check out in New York this Chinese New Year.

Tuome: This restaurant will be serving a special dim sum menu, which will be on offer through Sunday. Diners will be able to order specialty dishes that each represent different things, like “Duck in Noodle Soup” for longevity and a Lamb Dumpling dish for wealth, according to Gothamist.

The Madison Street to Madison Avenue Lunar New Year Event: This major festival will feature music performances, traditional lion dancers, a Chinese marionette puppet show and more.

Talde BK: This Brooklyn restaurant will be offering up some delectable menu items and drink specials, from a special pitcher of Whiskey ginger Smash for Two to a Lobster Longevity Noodle dish.

Chinatown Lunar New Year Firecracker Ceremony & Parade: The best activities will take place in Chinatown, and a firecracker ceremony and parade is truly the way to celebrate if there is even just one event you don’t want to miss for the holiday. Expect an array of firecrackers and sparklers accompanied by dance performances and a ton of food. The event will be free and take place Saturday at Sara D. Roosevelt Park at 11 a.m.

Temple Bazaar: From martial arts to calligraphy and craft sessions, stop by the Temple Bazaar to immerse yourself in the traditions of the holiday. The event will take place at Flushing Town Hall on Saturday.