2011年東北地方太平洋沖地震

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Wednesday, March 23
Suibokuga (Japanese brush painting)

Time: 5:00 pm- 8:00 pm
Place: Camellia House, 849 Nicholson Avenue, Ottawa, ON

Painting bamboo for strength, vitality, flexibility.

http://www.camelliateas.net/Japanhelp2011.htm

3月23日(モントリオール)
Japon 2011, je me souviens

時間: 7:00pm-11:00pm
場所: Club Soda, 12245, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal, H2X 2S6 (Métro Saint-Laurent)
Admission: 20$ (at the door)

Benefit concert featuring 12 artists and counting.

Info: K.Joe Tamko, 514-317-0422
http://www.geocities.jp/jcccmcanada/

Saturday, March 26
Experience Korea! Festival & Exhibition

Time: 5:30 PM Reception, 6:30 PM Dinner & Concert
Place: Canadian Museum of Civilization, Grand Hall

You are invited to an experience for the senses.

The Ottawa Symphonic Ensemble & the Embassy of the Republic of Korea present Experience Korea! Festival & Exhibition, a black-tie fundraiser gala.

Due to the tragic events in Japan, the orchestra and the Korean Embassy have decided to donate half of the proceeds from this event to assist with the country’s disaster relief efforts.

http://ottawasymphonic.ca/

3月27日
OJCAボーリング大会

場所: West Park Lanes ボ―リング場、1205 Wellington St. West, Ottawa
時間: 午後1時から4時まで
料金: OJCA/OJCC会員は無料(人数に制限あり)
駐車場: 有り

ボーリングが好きですか?もしそうだったら日曜日の半日をご家族やOJCAの友達と一緒にボーリングを楽しみませんか?

詳細および予約はGabriel Misakaに, メールアドレスgtmisaka@gmail.comか電話613-897-4969でお問い合わせ下さい。
http://www.ottawajapanesecommunity.ca/

3月27日
JETAAレセプションおよび入札式オークション

時間: 7時から9時まで
場所: Westin Hotel, Governor General Ballroom

日本救援チャリティの催し。収益は赤十字をとおして日本の地震救援に送られます。

http://jetaaottawa.ca/

Monday, March 28
Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony)

Time: 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm
Place: Camellia House, 849 Nicholson Avenue, Ottawa, ON

Camellia Omotesenke Tea Lessons with students (up to 3 guests are invited to observe, email info[at]camelliateas.net for more information)

http://www.camelliateas.net/Japanhelp2011.htm

Monday, March 28
Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony)

Time: 7:00 – 8:00, and 8:00 - 9:00 pm
Place: Camellia House, 849 Nicholson Avenue, Ottawa, ON

Winter Tearoom (on tatami, 5 guests at a time for these 30 min sittings of tea) and the Gallery Tearoom with chairs for 10 guests at a time. (rsvp needed for us to prepare enough Tea and sweets for this event. Send an email to info[at]camelliateas.net to reserve your place).

http://www.camelliateas.net/Japanhelp2011.htm

Tuesday, March 29
Haiku (Short poems)

Time: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Place: Camellia House, 849 Nicholson Avenue, Ottawa, ON

Haiku with a very special Haiku specialist - come and learn about this beautiful poetry, how to compose a traditional Japanese poem with an award-winning poet who has won contests for her work in Japan!

http://www.camelliateas.net/Japanhelp2011.htm

Thursday, March 31
Japan Earthquake Fundraising Dinner

Time: 6:00pm - 10:30pm
Place: Brookstreet Hotel, 525 Legget Drive Ottawa, ON

In response to the eathquake experienced on Friday March 11 and subsequent tsunami. The devastation is immense and continues to get worse. The CCFCC is a part of the community and as such we need to respond and support the community. Many people in our community have family, friends and loved ones in Japan.

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=184525538258497
http://ccfccottawa.ca/index.php/news/

March 11-31
Ongoing Japan Photo Exhibition

Place: Camellia House Gallery, 849 Nicholson Avenue, Ottawa, ON

20 prints (Gallery proceeds from all sales to the Japan relief fund) drop over any time during these hours. (At other times, you can make an appointment to visit at info[at]steppingstonesgallery.net (You may visit the gallery at any of the times for open events listed here as well without Rsvp).

http://www.camelliateas.net/Japanhelp2011.htm

Friday, April 1
Oto-Wa Taiko Japan Relief Fundraising Performance

Time: 7:00 pm
Place: Kailash Mital Theatre, Southam Hall, Carleton University
Admission: $10

Oto-Wa Taiko and the Dagaku children's group will present the powerful sounds of Japanese drums to help survivors of the recent earthquake/tsunami in Japan.

Parking Available in Parking Lot #1 for $6 flat rate after 5:00 p.m.

http://otowataiko.ca/

Sunday, April 3
Tea Ceremony

Time: 10:00am to 4:00pm
Place: OJCC, Unit B16, 2285 St. Laurent Blvd.
Cost: $10/person - by appointment only

Fundraising for the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund OJCC Tea Study Group. All collections will be donated for this cause.

Please contact: Kazuko Kobayashi at kazuko@rogers.com, or Kuniyo Yamamoto at ryamamoto@sympatico.com or tel# (613)824-7430 (please leave your name and tel# in my answering machine), or Christine Marcoux at chrystynmacoux@hotmail.com by Saturday 2nd, 2011 for the reservation.

http://www.ottawajapanesecommunity.ca/

Thursday, April 7
Japanese Form Poetry Reading

Time: 7:30pm
Place: Mother Tongue Books, 1067 Bank St. (Sunnyside)

Mother Tongue Books cordially invites you to a mostly bilingual reading of Japanese form poetry (haiku, haibun, tanka) by Ottawa poets Gillian Foss (launching Fleeting Moments), Mike Montreuil (The Neighbours are talking), Claudia Coutu Radmore (Your hands discover me/Tes mains me découvrent), and Terry Ann Carter (guest), and featuring Montreal poet Janick Belleau, winner of the French section Canada-Japan Award 2010, author of D'âmes et d'ailes / of souls and wings.

Refreshments will be served.

http://www.mothertonguebooks.ca/

4月9日(土)
Band and Choir Night - ネピアン・コンサート・バンドとBig Soul Project

時間: Silent auction starting at 7:00 p.m., Concert from 8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
場所: Bronson Centre, 211 Bronson Ave, between Nepean and Lisgar streets
Cost: $20

Join us in an evening of music and cultural performance by the Nepean Concert Band wind ensemble and the Big Soul Project gospel choir.

切符販売について:

http://www.nepeanconcertband.com/
http://www.bigsoulproject.com/

4月10日(日)
スプリング・バザー

時間:午前11時-午後3時
場所:オタワ日系文化センター(OJCC, 2285 St. Laurent Blvd, Unit B16)

出し物は和風クラフト、食べ物、ガレージセール等。

Nancy Uchida <uchidan@sympatico.ca>, 613-828-9939
http://www.ottawajapanesecommunity.ca/

4月10日(日)
Japan Night - OJCAとOJCCのチャリティー・コンサート

時間: Silent auction from 6:00 to 7:00, Concert from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
場所: Bronson Centre, 211 Bronson Ave, between Nepean and Lisgar streets
Cost: $30

The Ottawa Japanese Community Association (OJCA) and the Ottawa Japanese Cultural Centre (OJCC) present a Japan Relief Concert, featuring performances by Oto-Wa Taiko, Emi-no-kai dancers, and other artists, to support victims of the earthquake, tsunami, and radiation disaster in Japan.

切符販売について:

http://www.ottawajapanesecommunity.ca/

Saturday, April 16
Support Japan Earthquake Relief Fund

Time: 8:00 PM
Place: Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Boulevard, Orléans
Cost: $25

Concert presented by the Ottawa Japanese community (OJCA/OJCC) and the Orléans community. Featuring Oto-Wa Taiko, Stellae Boreales, and Emi no Kai. Helping the victims of the Japan tsunami and earthquake. Donations to the relief fund will be accepted at the conert.

Tickets available at the Shenkman Box Office, or by telephone at 613-580-2700, or online at www.shenkmanarts.ca.

http://www.shenkmanarts.ca/

Saturday, April 16
Japan Relief Fundraiser

Time: 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Place: Stronger You Martial Arts & Self Defence, 3570 Strandherd Dr.

Come support the fund raising event for Japan earthquake & tsunami victims. Activities for all ages: Anime Film, Bake Sale, Origami, Colouring. $5 suggested minimum donation. All proceeds to Canadian Red Cross for relief efforts in Japan.

For further information or media requests, contact: Denise Pagliaro Therens or Janet Heffernan at Stronger You Martial Arts and Self Defense (613) 823-6697 (denise@strongeryou.com).

Sunday April 17
Raising Hope with Music

Time: 2:00 pm
Place: Andrew Haydon Hall, Ottawa City Hall, 110 Lauriere Avenue West

Concert in support of relief efforts for the recent Japan earthquake and tsunami will feature Stanley Leong (cello) and Kerson Leong (violin, soprano saxophone) with guest soprano Noriko Hashimoto and pianists Ayumi Asada, Frederic Lacroix, Tu Mach, and Yves Lacoursiere.

Free Admission and post-concert refreshments but donations towards the cause is most appreciated.

http://www.tuttimuzik.ca/

Thursday, April 21st
Japanese Brush Painting (Sumie) Workshop by Rebecca Cragg

Time: 7:30 or 8:30 p.m. (2 sessions of 1 hr each)
Place: Stronger You Martial Arts and Self Defence, 3570 Strandherd Dr.
Cost: $20 (Seating limited)

Seating limited to 15 people.

Registration required. Call (613) 823-6697 or email denise@strongeryou.com to reserve your space.

Thursday, April 28th
Demonstration of Ikebana of the Ohara School in Support of Japan Relief

Time: 1:00pm to 3:00 pm
Place: Embassy of Japan, 255 Sussex Drive
Cost: $35 payable in advance

Senior Master Mr. Mitsugi Kikuchi, Sub Grand Master of the Ohara School of Ikebana, will create seven unique arrangements which exemplify the forms and styles for which the Ohara School has long been renowned.  The demonstration will be presented in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan in Ottawa.  Seating is limited for this event, and tickets must be reserved in advance no later than April 21st. 

All plant materials for this demonstration will be provided by the Ottawa Ohara School, in order that 100% of all admission fees can be donated to the relief fund.

Further information (docx format), courtesy of the Japanese Embassy

Please contact Elizabeth Armstrong by Thursday April 21 to reserve your spot. 613-741-3094 or elizabeth.armstrong@sympatico.ca

4月28日
Kinkiレストランのカルチャーシリーズ

時間: 7時から
場所: Kinki Restaurant, 41 York St. Ottawa ON

3コースの料理、ライブのミュージックとダンス、日本文化の魅力を提供するアートの展示をします。JETAAオタワの援助と協力を得ています。悲惨な日本の災害発生にあたり、この日のカルチャーシリーズを被災者を援助する赤十字地震救援の募金のために捧げたいと思います。

613-789-7559
http://www.kinki.ca/

Thursday April 28 - Sunday May 1
Ottawa Guild of Potters Annual Spring Sale and Exhibition

Times: Thursday April 28 (6pm-10pm) begins with a vernissage of the juried Exhibition,
Friday April 29, (10am-10pm),
Saturday April 30 (10am-6pm), 
Sunday May 1 (10am-5pm)
Place: Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Boulevard, Orléans

Two beautiful Mashiko Plates, bought thirty years ago in Mashiko, Japan, a world famous pottery centre, have been generously donated to the Ottawa Guild of Potters to raise funds for the rebuilding of the kilns & workshops that were extensively damages by the earthquake.  The Guild is supporting this silent auction as a gesture of solidarity with the potters of Mashiko and any the money raised will go to The Mashiko Potters Fund which was established to exclusively aid the potters and potteries of Mashiko, Japan.

http://www.ottawaguildofpotters.ca/

Friday April 29 and Saturday April 30
Viña Del Mar Restaurant

Time: Noon - 11pm
Place: Viña Del Mar Restaurant, 1097 Wellington St.
Price: $16.99

Offering 3 dishes: Fish, Chilean Roast Beef, Spare Ribs, + Choice of: Salad, Rice, Baked Potatoes. Funds raised will go to relief efforts in Japan.

Limited seating, please call (613) 724-3000 for reservations.

Saturday, April 30
Trailhead's Spring Runoff Festival

Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Place: Trailhead, 1960 Scott St.

Trailhead is pleased to host the 3rd Annual Spring Runoff Festival to launch the 2011 season of paddling and outdoor adventures in the Ottawa Valley and beyond.

Approximately 30 of Ottawa's outdoor groups will be stationed at Trailhead on Saturday, April 30th. Representatives of these groups will be there to provide free information about their services and waterways.

This year there will be live music too! We are excited to have... Le Duo and Changing Providence join us on April 30th.

http://www.trailhead.ca/SpringRunoffFestival

Saturday, April 30
Encourage Japan Bazaar

Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Place: Church of Perfect Liberty, 1010 Hunt Club Rd.

Japanese foods (Sushi, Takoyaki, Castilla Cake, Mochi, etc.), Hand Crafts (Magic Potato Bag, Origami-Earrings, etc.), Donated Items & Potteries

All proceeds will support the Canadian Red Cross Earthquake/Asia Pacivic Tsunami Appeal.

Presented by Sugei-Kai (Handicraft Group). Information: sugeikai@hotmail.com

Sunday, May 1
Craft for Japan

Time: 1 pm - 4 pm
Place: GCTC, 1233 Wellington St.

Join us for an all-ages cultural afternoon at the GCTC! Bring your family and friends and try out some traditional and Japanese inspired arts.

Special instructors and presenters including:

By donation to the Red Cross Japanese Earthquake Asia Pacific Tsunami Fund. Donations may be made by cash or cheque, or by visiting our online donation page:

http://www.redcross.ca/girlscentreproject/

Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, May 4
MHK Fundraiser Dinner

Time: 6:30 pm
Place: MHK Sushi & Asian Fusion Restaurant, 1519 Merivale Road
Cost: $40 per person (excludes alcholic drinks)

Together with The Ottawa Japanese Community Association and The Ottawa Japanese Cultural Centre, please join us while enjoying cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and dinner to raise funds in support of the Japanese Earthquake Relief. Proceeds will be donated to the Canadian Red Cross. Each guests will receive a tax receipt.

Contact: mhkfundraiserevent@gmail.com for tickets. Web site: www.mhkrestaurant.com

Sunday, May 8
Oto-Wa Taiko Japan Relief Fundraising Performance

Place: Ecole De La Salle, 501 Old St. Patrick Street, Ottawa
Time: 2:00 pm.
Admission: Adults $20, children (12 and under) $10

http://otowataiko.ca/

Saturday, May 28
Japan Tsunami Relief Fund

Place: Team Bushido MMA Fitness Center, 2234 Gladwin Crescent
Time: 11am to 4pm

After Party at Liam MaGuires 6pm to 12am

11am opening ceremonies special guests
11:30am - ladies self defence class Sensei Paula Vaz
12:30 BBQ Hot Dogs and Burgers
1:00pm to 2pm Muay Thai Champion James "Thunder" Polodna
2pm to 3pm Olivier Reynaud "Thai Clinch"
3pm to 4pm Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and MMA with Nabil The Thrill Khatiba and Special Guests

events@teambushido.com or call 613-260-8262
http://www.ottawammaonline.com/Events_Registration.html

Friday, June 3
Mission at Heart - Fundraising Relief for Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 2011

Place: Lago Bar and Grill Restaurant, Dow's Lake Pavillion, 1001 Queen Elizabeth Drive
Time: 7pm to 2am
Admission: $25

Cétude Pierre Ministries presents the Mission at Heart - Relief for Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. Sponsorship and ticket sales will be used to help those in need from the 9.0 magnitude earthquake and 4 metre wave of tsunami across the Pacific coastline which has caused fires, damage to buildings, millions of household without clean water and electricity.

The money we raise this year will go to the Japanese Red Cross in support of medical relief to those struck by the earthquake and tsunami disaster in Japan.

Info.: 613-235-5246, 613-986-5431, 613-295-7753

Sunday, June 5
Japan Earthquake Relief Concert

Place: Canada Aviation and Space Museum Auditorium, 11 Aviation Parkway
Time: 2:00 pm.

Join us for an inspiring concert in support of victims of the earthquake and tsunami, which struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Presented by Harmony for Japan and Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Featured musicians: Emil Azuma Prikryl (piano), Michael Fry (violin), Ryuko Kimura (piano), Michael Yagi (violin).  Piano solo, piano 4 hands, violin duet, and more. Music by Bach, Leclair, Debussy, Shostakovich, Piazzolla and others.

Suggested donation: Adults $20, Students $10. All donations go to the Canadian Red Cross via "Pray for Japan from Ottawa" to support Japan Earthquake/Asia Pacific Tsunami Appeal. Pray for Japan from Ottawa is registered with the Canadian Red Cross as a third party fundraiser.

Please send us email to harmonyforjapan@gmail.com to reserve your seat.

Sunday, 28 August
Benefit Concert for Japan Earthquake-Tsunami Relief

Time: 3:00pm
Place: First Unitarian Congregation, 30 Cleary, Ottawa (Westboro)
Tickets: $20 adult, $10 student

Description: Liko Yamane and Kenda Stathopoulos, along with fellow artists George Stathopoulos, Sonya Probst, Alla Perevalova and Catherine Ferreira as well as senior guitar students Gabriella Iznardo and Raphael Fitzgerald-Biernath will be performing in an effort to raise money for the relief efforts in Japan, following this spring's devestating earthquake, tsunami and aftermath. Liko will be performing solo piano for the first time in over a decade; two of which will be works by Chopin and Ravel. Kenda will also be playing solo pieces as well as the Concerto for Four Violins by Vivaldi and many more. Sponsored by The National Capital Suzuki School of Music. 100% of all funds raised will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross through the Embassy of Japan in Canada.

Contact: Liko Yamane at info@suzukimusic.ca or Chantal LeBlanc at cbl.ncssm@gmail.com for more information.

Web site: http://www.suzukimusic.ca/japan.shtml

Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/suzukimusic#!/event.php?eid=115480228538982

Friday, September 16
Photos and Haiku for Japan

Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
RSVP NEEDED (space is limited): info@steppingstonesgallery.net
Location: 849 Nicholson Avenue, Ottawa, ON

The Stepping Stones Art Gallery Presents: Photos and Haiku for Japan, silent auction and live haiku readings

MORE: http://www.steppingstonesgallery.net/sept162011fundraiser.JPG

All proceeds of the silent auction of Luc Delorme's stunning photos, along with original Haiku composed by the top poets of KADO Ottawa (both in English and French) will be going to a fund supporting young Calligraphers in Japan in the affected area.

We are pleased to have the introduction to this group by Dr. Jackie Steele, 2-year resident of Sendai City who has recently returned to Canada . We would like the funds to go to support calligraphers who can raise their spirits and those around them in the affected area through art. Luc has donated his art, mat, frames and expertise for this stunning exhibition.

This collection of images comes from a 3-day journey into the Antelope Caverns; there has been much suffering from water after the 3-11 disaster in Japan . This exhibition we hope to reveal the power and beauty of water through stone in these stunning images.

Cheques are accepted, or Paypal is an option as well. We will transfer the funds to the group and create a Facebook page so that donors can see the results of their donation.

Successful buyers will be able to bring home an original Haiku composed for their image as well!


プレスリリース

OJCA プレスリリース・2011年3月31日

オタワ日系教会 (OJCA)及び オタワ日本文化センター (OJCC)は 来る4月9日、10日の土曜日と日曜日、東北関東大震災の義援金を募るために以下のイベントを開催します。

Band and Choir Night - ネピアン・コンサート・バンドとBig Soul Project
4月9日(土曜日)、午後7時より10時まで、Bronson Centre

スプリング・バザー
4月10日(日曜日)、午前11時から午後3時まで、オタワ日系文化センター

Japan Night - OJCAとOJCCのチャリティー・コンサート
4月10日(日曜日)、午後7時より10時まで、Bronson Centre

詳細はイベントカレンダーまでどうぞ。

OJCA プレスリリース・2011年3月14日

この地震への支援を今すぐなさりたいカナダ人の方は、オタワ赤十字に寄付をお送りください。小切手の場合、宛先はCanadian Red Cross、Japan Earthquakeと明記してください。寄付は以下の方法があります:


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