Nihongo Time – Japanese Conversation Class
If you are tired of classrooms, homework, tests and having to listen to the teacher talk all the time, this is the class for you!
- Learn about the cultures of Japan through hands-on activities within a friendly atmosphere
- Improve your language skill through casual conversations with teachers and students
- Native Japanese teachers will help you improve your listening skills, pronunciations, vocabularies and more!
Classes are EVERY SATURDAY from 10:00am to 12:00pm at the NIKKEI CULTURAL & SENIOR CENTRE (2236 – 29th St SW). Drop-ins welcomed ANYTIME! (New fees for 2016 will be posted soon.)
(Currently, the classes are available to adults over the age of 18. If you are under aged, please inquire for possible options.)
$9.00 per Class (CJCA/NJCA non-members)
$7.50 per Class (CJCA/NJCA members)
Please make sure to contact us before you drop by: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Calgary Japanese Community Association is in the process of creating a history book of Japanese Canadians living in and around Calgary. They are in desperate need of financial support.
SEEKING ANYONE that will donate to this project, it would be appreciated, as it lowers the cost of the book.
As well, they will be recognized in the book if they donate. What better way to be enshrined to support of the CJCA.
The categories are:
Platinum – $1000
Gold – $500
Silver – $300
Bronze – $100
Please contact us.
I want this year to be better than last year! There are great events planned for this year from various Japanese communities which we will definitely be a part of! See below for a quick look at all the exciting event in 2012!
April – Dinner Gala (Organized by Japanese Students Association of U of C)
May – Charity Concert/Talent Show to help victims of Earthquake/Tsunami in Japan (Organized by NJCA Choir Group)
June – Annual Picnic and Sports Day (Organized by NJCA)
August – Japanese Summer Festival (Organized by CJCA and Calgary Buddhist Temple)
Of course….there’s so much more to come! Keep checking back for details and your chance to participate in these events!
Scenes from the Japanese Summer Festival has been uploaded by Videostyle.ca. http://www.videostyle.ca/index.php