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Tashme Sisters
Tashme Sisters
Oct 27 all-day
Tashme Sisters
Featuring Barb Miiko Gravlin and Mary Akemi Morris  August 11 – October 27, 2019  Opening reception: Sunday, August 18, 2 pm with attendance by artists and music by Bruce Tatemichi and friends. Light refreshments will be provided.     Barb Miiko Gravlin and Mary[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Oct 27 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Oct 28 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Oct 29 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Oct 30 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Oct 31 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 1 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 2 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
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7:00 pm Euchre Night
Euchre Night
Nov 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
On Saturday November 2, 2019 the JCCC will be hosting another Euchre night. This event brings together friends, fun and a little card playing finesse. There will be a cash bar, light refreshments, and prizes for[...]
10:00 pm 12th Japanese Calligraphy Competition in Canada Exhibit
12th Japanese Calligraphy Competition in Canada Exhibit
Nov 2 @ 10:00 pm – Nov 3 @ 12:00 am
12th Japanese Calligraphy Competition in Canada Exhibit
日本書道公募展 Award Presentation: November 3, 2019 @ 2pm Exhibition: November 2 – 10, 2019 11am-4pm Competition organized by SHODO CANADA Supported by the Consulate General of Japan, the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, the Japan Foundation[...]
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Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
6 Garamond Court, Toronto, ON, M3C 1Z5
(416) 441-2345