JASV's November and December Events
1. Origami Art in Pottery at the University of Vermont (11/7)
JASV will offer two Origami Pottery workshops. Origami is for all ages. Some are simple and some are complex.
Place: UVM, Living & Learning Center, Pottery Studio
Date : 11/7, Saturday
1:00 – 3:00 pm: Japanese Language Class students + Japan House students
3:00 – 5:00 pm: Pottery Co-op students + Others
(This event is partially supported by the Japan Foundation Cernter for Global Partnership and directed by Toshi Saitoh, Zoe-Nugent and Suzuki-sensei.)
2. Origami Workshop at Burnham Community Library in Colchester (11/13)
JASV will offer the second Origami workshop for children on Friday, 11/13, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm, since we received a good response from the first one on 10/16. Please join us!
(This event is supported by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership and directed by Miki Bell.)
3. Open JASV Office at Saint Michael's College (11/14)
JASV will offer JASV's Open Office on Saturday, 11/14,
10:00 – 12:00 am : JASV Kid's Club
1:00 – 4:00 pm : College Students
(These events are supported by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership. The Kid's Club is directed by Masako Carter, and college students are directed by Zoe Nugent.)
4. Ikebana Demonstration at Champlain College (11/18)
JASV will participate in the Champlain College's International Week events and offer an Ikebana Demonstration (Japanese style flower arrangement) on Wednesday, 11/18, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Champlain College, Aiken Hall, Morgan room. The presenter is Michiko Oishi-sensei from Champlain College. Please join us! (This event is supported by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.)
5. Participation in the Tea party of Japanese Language Class Students (12/4)
JASV will participate in the annual tea party for the Japanese language class students, which will be held on Friday, 12/4, from 3:30 – 5:00 pm. JASV appreciates UVM students' great help for many JASV's events throughout this year! (This event is partially supported by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.)
6. Participation in the Vermont International Festival (12/4, 5 and 6)
JASV will participate in the annual Vermont International Festival, arranged by VPAL for three days from Dec 4. We will offer Origami, Calligraphy (people's names in Japanese on book marks and calligraphy paper), Pokemon games and Tsunami donation used Japanese book sale. We need some volunteers to help our booth. Please send an e-mail (TSaitoh@AOL.com) if you can help us. (This event is partially supported by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.)
JASV Organizational Notes:
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