Japan America Society of Vermont

1. Cherry Tree Donation to Veterans Memorial Park (5/26)

The JASV donated two cherry trees to Veterans Memorial Park in South Burlington again this year, dreaming of having a beautiful Hanami (cherry flour viewing) party every year in the future. This is the 4th consecutive year of our cherry tree donation.

2019.May: Mike Brown completed planting the two cherry trees on 5/26. (You can barely see two cherry trees behind him which we planted last year, 2018.May.) All plantings are close to each other.

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2. JASV / Summer Potluck Party (6/15 11am - 3pm)

We at the JASV will have an annual Summer Potluck Party at 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. on Jun 15 at the Club House in South Burlington.

For Google Map: 0 Concord Green, South Burlington, VT 05403

 

Anyone who is interested in the JASV, Japanese culture, Japanese language, Japanese food etc. is welcome. Please join us. We are planning to present a talent show and some slide presentations about Japan.

JASV Organizational Notes:

The JASV Board Meetings: Second Wednesday of the month - 6:30 pm. The JASV board meetings are in the JASV office at 123 Ethan Allen Avenue, Suite 306. Colchester. All are welcome.

The JASV Facebook page is a community space for JASV members and friends. If you are a participant in Facebook, visit our page at http://facebook.com/jasv.org; click "like" to include our postings on your Facebook wall.

If you would like to receive updates on the JASV calendar by email, you can join our Yahoo mailing list at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jasv/ or by sending email request to info@jasv.org.


Resources:

Vermont Sister State Tottori News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4s2CQTRLzw
Consulate-General of Japan in Boston website
in English language at http://www.boston.us.emb-japan.go.jp/
or Japanese language at http://www.boston.us.emb-japan.go.jp/ja/   
Telephone: 617-973-9772.
 

If you know of any Japan-related events in Vermont, please send them to JASV at info@jasv.org.