Date: Sunday, December 6, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Place: St. Anthony's Soccer Club (523 St. Anthony St. Preston & Queensway)
Seniors and Students: $2.00
Children under 12: free
Mochi (6 pieces) $7.00
Udon $7.00, Daifuku $1.00 each
Oden $7.00, Sekihan $4.00
Boxed Sushi: $12.00 (large) and $7.25 (small)
Soft Drinks and Water $1.50
Green Tea $1.00, free refills
Events: Oto-Wa Taiko and Dagaku at 1:15 pm, Minyo at 1:45 pm, Door prizes at 2:15 pm, Emi-no-kai (odori) at 2:45 pm
Advance orders for frozen mochi available on request at email@example.com. Pick up your order at Mochitsuki on Dec. 6th. Orders should include: Your name, phone number, email address,and number of plates ordered. You can pay and pick-up your order at the table close to the refreshment bar.
OJCC Craft sale on main floor; Used Goods Sale on second floor.
Used Goods Sale
You are cordially invited to the annual Mochitsuki Used goods sale and/or to participate by contributing items to sell. Please be informed that all proceeds go to the operation fund for the OJCC. We would appreciate it if you could kindly deliver all donating items from your home to the 2nd floor of the event hall on the event day between 11:00am and 1:00pm . If any assistance is required, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please consider the following rules applied to all donating items:
- Donations can be household items, toys, books, cloths, kitchenware, ornaments, knick-knacks etc. They do not have to be Japanese goods or Japan related products although they will be much appreciated.
- All items must be usable and clean. Clothing must be washed or dry-cleaned before the sale. Electronic items must be operable condition.
- Any used medicine, cosmetics, broken machinery, and unsanitary items will NOT be accepted as sales items. If the donated goods are not in fair condition, they may be rejected or discarded immediately.
- All proceeds are considered as donations. No money or other value will be returned to contributors.
- At the end of the event, all unsold items will be donated to the Ottawa Salvation Army or equivalent rescue organization, unless otherwise informed or retrieved by owners.
- If an owner of items prefers to retrieve unsold items at the end of the event, they should notify the organizer before dropping off and take responsibility for retrieving the items.
Buyers' responsibility: ALL Sales are FINAL at this sale. Neither refund nor exchange after the event day will be arranged. Buyers must make sure to check the working condition of your item at the site and that all goods are satisfactory for you before purchasing.
Your support is greatly appreciated. This is a good opportunity to reuse/recycle and have fun. If you have any questions/comments, please contact us below. Looking forward to your participation!
Oral History Workshop
If you have ever wanted to interview an older relative or family friend to capture their stories and anecdotes for posterity, this OJCA workshop is for you! Oral histories connect and collect memories and personal stories through recorded interviews. Join in a half-day, practical workshop led by Josh Labove, a professional oral-history practitioner and graduate student at Simon Fraser University.
Date: Saturday, December 12, 2015
Time: 10:00 - 3:00 p.m. (lunch will be provided)
Place: OJCC, 2285 St. Laurent Blvd., Unit B16
This workshop is FREE for members. Non-members pay $30 and will receive a one-year membership for the OJCA-OJCC. This is a special opportunity to bring friends, family and community together in a unique way. Don't miss out!
To register (deadline: December 6, 2015), send your name and contact information to email@example.com. Include:
- a sentence or two about your expectations for the workshop
- any dietary restrictions (for the lunch)
- special requirements (e.g., child care; transportation)
As space is limited, the workshop organizers reserve the right to restrict numbers. You will receive confirmation of your participation by e-mail. The non-members' participation fee will be collected at the event.
The OJCA gratefully acknowledges the support of the Landscapes of Injustice project, and the Dept. of Canadian Heritage's "World War Commemorations Community Fund".