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The Suyama Project

Block 42/Tule Lake Discussion and Archives PresentationCome and join Brothers Mamoru and James Tanimoto as they share their stories and experiences of life at Tule Lake WRA and how life was like during the american World War II.

Where: JAPANESE CULTURAL AND COMMUNITY CENTER OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ISSEI MEMORIAL HALL (1ST FL) 1840 SUTTER STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94115
More Info: http://njahs.org/640/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/suyama-sf-flier-draft2-1.pdf
Contact Info: (310)825-2974

The Train to Crystal City

National Book Tour Promotion with Author Jan J.RussellCome and Join Author Jan Jarobe Russell as she discusses her book and the stories behind her best selling novel. FREE and Open to the public! RSVP by March 4th.

Where: Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California 1840 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94115
More Info: http://njahs.org/640/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Train-to-Crystal-City_Flyer.pdf
Contact Info: (415)567-5505

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2015 Cherry Blossom Festival

We're open for Cherry Blossom Festival 4/11-12 & 4/18-19. Check out our exhibit 'Carrying ON: 100 Years of San Francisco Japantown', on display 4/11 through mid July. Sat 4/18 San Francisco Japanese Sword Society will display antique swords in our Peace Gallery.

More Info: http://sfcherryblossom.org/

NJAHS Discovery Summer Camp 2015

REGISTER NOW!! 6-Week Summer Camp for children grades 1-5Enroll your kids in one of the most interactive and unique summer learning programs in San Francisco,  as they read stories and tales of japanese folklore, fold their own peace cranes and even learn the art of japanese caligraphy.  With an emphasis on Japanese culture and heritage, children will have the opportunity to explore their own personal interests both in literature and manga, to festive arts and taiko drumming or learn to create their own personal stories or films. At the end of this summer program, the students will join together in the Japantown for the 70th Anniversary of Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and then release their own laterns at Crissy Fields.   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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