Spring 2015 fundraising events were great success
Koji Yamaguchi who plays Shamisen and Yoshihiko Fueki who plays Taiko drums made the fisrt stop of their North American Tour at Salt Spring. With a great support of Anthony Mathews who was in charge of the Easter Art Tour and its special exhibit, the concert on April 9th at Mahon Hall was realized.
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Please take a look at our latest newsletter. An article about the restoration project of Japanese charcoal pit kilns in Mouat Park is on the second page of the newsletter.
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In the Heiwa Garden on June 20th, 2014.
A big thanks to the Salt Spring Chamber of Commerce! This presentation was made possible by the partnership between JGS and the Chamber in April each year for the Blossom Festival and A Taste of Salt Spring.
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Mearnie Summers was recently featured in an article written by Sean McIntyre in our local community newspaper The Driftwood July 11th, 2013 issue.
To read the introduction to the article originally published in The Driftwood newspaper, please click here" Mearnie ".
Graves of several members of the original Japanese-Canadian families have been restored, with hand-cut marker stones created by Salt Spring artist Warren Langley shown here with Rose and Richard Murakami.
To read the article originally published in the Driftwood newspaper July 11, 2013 issue, please click here”Driftwood“.
Click here to download a pdf copy of the Spring 2013 Newsletter.