Exhibits & Events

Annual Awards Tribute 2015

Join our annual dinner event where we will be honoring the extraordinary individuals who, through their courage and sacrifice, paved the way for many to return home, restored justice, and gave us hope for the future.Annual Awards Tribute 2015Please RSVP by 5 pm on Friday, April 24, 2015 Contact Information: (415) 921-5007, njahs@njahs.org To register online visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/njahs-annual-awards-tribute-2015-tickets-16586508694 See additional info for RSVP form and invitation. http://njahs.org/programs/viewdetails.php?id=439

Where: 640 Old Mason Street Presidio of San Francisco, CA 94129
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Annual Raffle 2015

Enter for a chance to win the 2015 NJAHS Annual Raffle!Grand PrizernAirfare for two to JapanrnrnSecond PrizernAirfare for two to HAwai'irnrnThird Prizern$1,000 Cash PrizernrnRaffle drawing will take place Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 5pmrnrn$10 (1 raffle ticket)rn$25 (3 tickets)rn$50 (6 raffle tickets)rn$100 (12 tickets)rn$250 (35 tickets)rn$1,000 (150 tickets)

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Contact Info: email: njahs@njahs.org or call 415-921-5007

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NJAHS Discovery Summer Camp 2015

REGISTER NOW!! 6-Week Summer Camp for children grades 1-5NJAHS Discovery Summer Camp 2015Registration Page Link Registration Fee: $350 per week, Early Bird Price $300 if registered by March 31st (add'l fee for extended care, sibling and referral discounts available)  Click here for flyer

Where: 640 Old Mason Road San Francisco, California 94129
More Info: http://njahs.org/640/njahs-discovery-camp/
Contact Info: 4159215007, alison@njahs.org

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2015 Teachers Summer Institute

Join An Informative And Dynamic Two-Day Exchange About The Incarceration Of Japanese Americans Across The Pacific West.Utilizing a regional perspective, we dispel the current narrative of a single experience for Japanese Americans as we draw deeper conclusions and understanding of how and why this injustice took place. Case studies will compare pre and post war communities in Hawaii, Seattle, and California.

More Info: http://njahs.org/programs/viewdetails.php?id=435
Contact Info: njahs@njahs.org or 4159215007

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