JAPAN-AMERICA SOCIETY OF CENTRAL OHIO

セントラルオハイオ日米協会

Upcoming events

    • 21 Feb 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Will Eisner Seminar Room, Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum (Sullivant Hall, 1813 N High St)

    The OSU Institute for Japanese Studies presents:





    Lynne Miyake
    Professor of Japanese, Asian Studies, and Gender and Women's Studies
    Core Faculty of the Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies
    Department of Asian Languages & Literatures
    Pomona College




    "Gender Flipped, 'Cutie,' (Non)Eroticized Subject/Objects of Consumption and Production: The Manga Comics Tales of Genji"

    Abstract: Written a millennium ago by lady-in-waiting Murasaki Shikibu in service to Shôshi, consort to Emperor Ichijô (986-1011), The Tale of Genji has captured the imaginations of readers, artists, writers, and even the Japanese government, transposing into woodblock prints, novels, films, a symphony, and even an opera in English.  Journeying from an elite, circumscribed courtly society through the domains of warlords, townspeople, and a modern nation state, it has been utilized time and again as cultural and political soft power, appearing in one of its newest iterations—Japanese manga comics—in the 1970s.  To date, the over thirty manga Genjis visually, narratively, and affectively remediate male and female gazes, gently add humor, eroticize, gender flip, queer, and simultaneously re-inscribe and challenge heteronormative gender norms.  “Pretty boy” heroes, dazzling, luminous (fe)male objects of desire, young men targeted “eye candy,” and more abound!


    Bio: A Professor of Japanese and Asian Studies at Pomona College and Core Faculty of the Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies at the Claremont Colleges, Lynne K. Miyake received her B.A. from the University of Southern California and her M.A. in Comparative Literature and Ph.D. in Japanese literature from the University of California at Berkeley.  She works on Heian prose narratives dealing with issues of narration, gender, and cultural studies, and on the mangaadaptations of The Tale of Genji.  She has published articles (in Japanese and English) on the mangaversions of The Tale of Genji, the tale itself, The Kagerô Diary, and The Tosa Diary as well as on the impact of translation on the formulation of the canon of Japanese literature in the U.S.  She received Japan Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities fellowships to study the performative, interactive role of the reader, text, and narrator in Heian texts and is presently working on a book manuscript on the manga versions of The Tale of Genji.
     

    Free and open to the public


    This event is sponsored in part by The Ohio State University Libraries, the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, and by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant to The Ohio State University East Asian Studies Center. 
     

    • 24 Feb 2018
    • 25 Feb 2018
    • The Ohio State University Columbus Campus

    A collaboration between The Ohio State University and Oberlin College, this symposium is an academic platform dedicated to promoting and advancing applications of interdisciplinary research on the pedagogy of East Asian languages. Chinese, Japanese and Korean are traditionally considered less commonly taught languages in the United States, yet the ever-expanding economic and geopolitical interests in the East Asian region and the growing enrollment in East Asian languages in K-16 education over the past decades have drawn increasing research and pedagogical attention to the teaching and learning of these languages.

    The symposium will be free to public. 

    Website

    Click here to register as an attendee for the symposium and/or workshop.

    Click here to see Call for Proposals
     

    Keynote Speech

    Cognitive scientist and linguist Mark Turner of Case Western Reserve University will present a keynote speech on human cognition and language learning.

     

    Pedagogy Workshop

    Mari Noda of The Ohio State University will lead a workshop on the Performed Culture Approach to East Asian language pedagogy. 
     

    Panel Sessions

    The 60-minute panel sessions provide an excellent opportunity for participants to showcase and receive feedback on research and teaching activities in the pedagogy of East Asian languages and cultures.



    Repository

    ​Following the symposium, resources and products will be made available online to continue to support collaboration on East Asian language pedagogy across disciplines and institutions.


    Sponsors

    Ohio Five/Ohio State Mellon Language Grant
    OSU Association for the Advancement of the Pedagogy of East Asian Languages (AAPEAL)
    OSU Graduate Students of East Asian Languages and Literatures (GREALL)
    East Asian Studies at Oberlin College
    East Asian Languages and Literatures at OSU


    • 24 Feb 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • R&L Digital Studio 2125 W. 5th Ave, Columbus, OH 43212
    Registration is closed

    KIMONO PORTRAIT SESSION - SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2018 着物撮影会 2018年2月24日(土)



    Join JASCO as we present a unique opportunity: a kimono portrait photography session in collaboration with Columbus KimonoMilestone Memories Photography, and hair/makeup artist Stephanie Whitcomb!


     


     When: Saturday, February 24, 2018


     Where: R&L Digital Studio, 2125 W. 5th Ave, Columbus, OH 43212


     Cost: 


     Single/Couple- $200 for JASCO members, $250 for non-members


     Family: $275 for JASCO members, $325 for non-members



    Sign up for a kimono portrait session, where you will:

    - be dressed in a kimono of your choice (sets provided by Columbus Kimono); 

    - have your hair and makeup done to match the kimono (hair/makeup work by Stephanie Whitcomb); and, 

    - get a portrait photography session, complete with both physical prints and a digital gallery of your photos (photography and prints by Mika Murakami DeMura of Milestone Memories Photography)!


    Singles/couples will receive 3 prints: 2 5x7, and 1 8x10. Families, meanwhile, will receive 5 prints: 3 5x7, and 2 8x10. (If you want more prints, you can make arrangements with Milestone Memories Photography).

    Children must be 5 years or older to be dressed.


    It may be possible for participants to bring their own kimono; to inquire about this possibility, please contact JASCO at jasco@jas-co.org.


    JASCOでは、

    Columbus KimonoMilestone Memories Photography, そしてヘアメイクアーティストの Stephanie Whitcombと組んで、ユニークな着物撮影会を実施いたします。


    日時: 2月24日(土)

    場所:

    R&L Digital Studio, 2125 W. 5th Ave, Columbus, OH 43212

    お値段: 

    単身またはカップル: JASCOメンバー$200   非メンバー$250

    ご家族: JASCOメンバー$275 非メンバー$325 


    パッケージに含まれているもの:

    単身/カップルは、お写真3枚( 5x7サイズ2枚と8x10)ご家族は御写真5枚(

    5x7 3枚・ 8x10 2枚)お着物を着るお子様は、5歳以上とさせていただきます。


    ご自身の着物を持ち込みたい方は、JASCOまでご相談ください。

    About the Session

    The day will be split into two blocks: the morning, 9-12 PM, is for singles/couples, while the afternoon, 1-5 PM, is for families. 


     Space is limited! There will be 6 slots for singles/couples, and 4 slots for families. Upon registration, you will be contacted by JASCO to select a time, based on the schedule of start times below:


    Singles/Couples (1 hour sessions)

    9:00

    9:20

    9:40

    10:20 - RESERVED

    10:40 - RESERVED

    11:00 - RESERVED


    Families (2 hour sessions)

    1:00

    1:40 - RESERVED

    2:20 - RESERVED

    3:00 - RESERVED


    About the Registration Cost

    The registration fee include:

    - kimono rental

    - kimono dressing and undressing

    - hair and make-up

    - photography session

    - physical prints and digital photo gallery


    Registration fees are the same regardless of whether to not all participants in the photo wear a kimono.




    Registration will close on February 3.


    Upon registration, you will receive a request from Columbus Kimono for additional information related to the kimono dressing.


    For more information, please contact JASCO at jasco@jas-co.org.


    • 26 Feb 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    • OSU Mason Hall Rotunda (250 W Woodruff Avenue)

    The Institute for Japanese Studies presents the Brad Richardson Memorial Lecture by:

    Takeo Hoshi

    Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, and Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

    “Has Abenomics Revived the Japanese Economy?  Comparative Macroeconomic Perspectives with the US Economy”

     

    Doors Open: 1:30 pm
    Greeting: 1:45 - 2:00 pm
    Lecture and Q&A: 2:00 - 3:15 pm 
    Reception: 3:15 - 4:00 pm

    Flyer Takeo Hoshi Flyer.pdf

    Abstract: Professor Hoshi will review Japan’s economic growth slowdown and deflation in the 1990s and the 2000s and ask if the economic policy of the current Abe Administration has succeeded in pulling Japan out of economic stagnation.  His analysis will examine the problems in various aspects of the Japanese economy including banking and financial system, corporate governance, monetary and fiscal policies, population dynamics, and especially labor markets.   He will also illustrate the relevance of Japan’s experience to the economies of the U.S. and Europe, which also have been experiencing growth slowdowns after the global financial crisis a decade ago. 

    Bio: Takeo Hoshi is Director of the Japan Program at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, the Henri and Tomoe Takahashi Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, and Professor of Finance at the Graduate School of Business, all at Stanford University.   Professor Hoshi received a B.A. in Social Sciences from University of Tokyo in 1983, and a Ph.D. in Economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1988.   Before joining Stanford in 2012, he was Pacific Economic Cooperation Professor in International Economic Relations at the University of California at San Diego.  He has also been Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, Senior Fellow at the Asian Bureau of Finance and Economic Research, Senior Fellow at the Tokyo Center for Economic Research, and Visiting Scholar at Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.  

    Professor Hoshi is the 2005 recipient of the Nakahara Prize that the Japan Economic Association awards to its most promising and productive members for their research in economics.   He has since been awarded the 2006 Enjoji Jiro Memorial Prize of Nihon Keizai Shimbunsha, the 2011 Reischauer International Education Award of Japan Society of San Diego and Tijuana, and the 2015 Award of the Japan Bankers Academic Research Promotion Foundation. 

    Professor Hoshi has written and edited several books in corporate finance, financial regulation and the Japanese economy.  His book, Corporate Financing and Governance in Japan: the Road to the Future, coauthored with Anil Kashyap, received the 2002 Nikkei Award for the Best Books in Economic Science.   Professor Hoshi has also published numerous articles in academic journals, and has held many editorial appointments including Editor in Chief for Journal of the Japanese and International Economies.   He is a regular leader in Stanford Summer Juku on Political Economy, which hosts a series of summer workshops in the frontier of research developments in political economy.

    Free and open to the public. 


    The IJS Lecture Series is supported by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant to The Ohio State University East Asian Studies Center. This Memorial Lecture is also supported by Brad Richardson Memorial Fund and by the Consulate General of Japan in Detroit.

    Brad Richardson was Honorary Consul General of Japan for Ohio, OSU Distinguished Professor of Political Science, and Founding Director of the OSU Institute for Japanese Studies.   More about Brad Richardson is available at Brad Richardson Memorial Fund.  Until March 2, IJS is running a drive for “crowd funding” of the Brad Richardson Memorial Fund, which enhances IJS programs for lectures, research, and outreach at OSU and in Central Ohio.

    • 02 Mar 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • OSU Page Hall 010 (1810 College Rd)

    The Institute for Japanese Studies presents:

    Jeffrey Angles
    Professor, Japanese Literature & Translation
    Department of World Languages & Literatures
    Western Michigan University

    "Resurrecting Orikuchi Shinobu’s The Book of the Dead"








    Abstract: Shisha no sho (The Book of the Dead), completed in 1943 by Orikuchi Shinobu, is a modern Japanese classic that has inspired many adaptations, including an animated film and a manga. Inspired by the ancient Egyptian tale of Isis and Osiris, the novel is a sweeping, gothic tale about a strange affair between an inquisitive noblewoman and a ghost in the eighth century. Not only is the story unforgettable, the book is also a remarkable artifact, produced in the midst of the fervent nationalism and intense censorship of World War II. In this talk, Angles will untangle the novel’s complex history, reveal some of Orikuchi’s influences, and discuss the hidden political dimensions of the work.  In particular, he investigates the parallels between earliest origins of the Japanese nation when the novel is set, and the rise of the Japanese empire in the twentieth century.


    Bio: Born in Columbus in 1971, Jeffrey Angles is a poet, translator, critic, and professor of Japanese literature at Western Michigan University.  Since completing his Ph.D. at OSU, he has been active as a scholar of modern Japanese literature and cultural history, publishing numerous books and articles, including the monographs Writing the Love of Boys and These Things Here and Now: Poetic Responses to the March 11, 2011 Disasters.  His collection of original Japanese-language poetry Watashi no hizukehenkōsen (My International Date Line), published in 2016, won the highly coveted Yomiuri Prize for Literature, an honor accorded to only a few non-native speakers since the award began in 1949. In addition, he has published dozens of translations of Japan’s most important modern authors and poets. His translations have earned numerous awards, including most recently the Scaglione Prize from the MLA for his translation of Orikuchi Shinobu’s The Book of the Dead.






    Free and open to the public

     

    This event is sponsored in part by the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures and by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant to The Ohio State University East Asian Studies Center. 

    • 04 Mar 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Dublin Scioto High School, 4000 Hard Rd, Dublin OH 43016

    ダブリン ジャパニーズ フェスティバル

    @ Dublin Scioto High School (4000 Hard Rd, Dublin OH) on Sunday, March 4th from 12pm-5pm



    Entertainment: Face painting,  Traditional Japanese food, Taiko      drumming performances, Children’s games, Kendo demonstration, Yard sale, koto performance, Dancing, Origami lessons, Abacus lessons, Cosplay, etc.


    Admission: Free.Donations will be accepted.

    入場料:無料


    Stage time schedule

    1.     1:00~  Rice Pounding(餅つき)

    2.     2:00 Kendo(剣道)

    3.     3:00~  Koto(お琴演奏)

    4.     4:00~ Taiko(太鼓)

    • 10 Mar 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 3:15 PM
    • Dublin Community Recreation Center, 5600 Post Rd., Dublin, OH 43017
    • 4
    Register

    【Japanese below(ページ下に日本語訳あり)】


    Held every March in conjunction with the Annual JASCO Japanese Speech Contest, JASCO's Career Exploration provides students studying the Japanese language and Japanese-English bilingual job seekers with an opportunity to interact with local business leaders and learn career paths available to them. 


    Schedule

    10:00am - 11:00am Exhibitor Check-in & Set up

    11:00am - 2:45 pm  Career Exploration 

    2:45pm   - 3:15pm   Tear down


    Booth Registration Pricing: 

    JASCO Member Companies: $150

    JASCO Member Schools/Nonprofits: $100

    Non-Member Companies: $300


    Registration includes a 8 foot rectangular table, up to two chairs, and Japanese lunch boxes for up to two representatives. An additional representative may be accommodated for an additional $10. 


    Who should exhibit?

    • Japanese Businesses investing in Central Ohio
    • Local businesses serving the Japanese community
    • Local businesses seeking bilingual/multicultural employees
    • Educational institutions recruiting students for their Japanese or international business programs 
    • Government/municipal organizations serving the Japanese community

    Registration is on a first-come, first,served basis, and ends on Wednesday, February 21. Space is limited. 


    For more information, contact JASCO at jasco@jas-co.org.


    JASCOでは、2018年3月10日(土)にダブリン・レクリエーションセンターにて第19回日本語スピーチコンテストと2018年度バイリンガル・キャリアエキスポを同時開催致します。JASCOバイリンガル・キャリアエキスポでは、日本語を学ぶ学生および日英バイリンガル職の求職者に、地元の優良企業者等と対面する機会を設けることで、今後の進路やキャリアの方向性を探って頂きます。

     

    日時:3月10日(土)

       午前10時〜11時 出展企業受付&準備

       午前11時〜午後2時45分 キャリアエキスポ

       午後2時45分〜3時15分 撤去

    会場:ダブリン・レクリエーションセンター (5600 Post Rd. Dublin, OH 43017) map

    ブース参加費:

    JASCO会員様 $150

    JASCO会員学校/非営利団体 $100

    非会員企業様 $300

    参加費には、約2メートル長(8フィート)のテーブル、椅子2脚、お弁当2名様分を含みます。

     

    どんな出展者におすすめか?

     •セントラル・オハイオ地域に投資している日系企業

     •日本人コミュニティー向けの事業をしている地元企業

     •バイリンガルや多文化な従業員の採用をお考えの地元企業

     •日本語専攻希望または国際ビジネス専攻希望の学生を受け入れる教育機関

     •日本人コミュニティー向けの業務を行う政府機関または自治体機関

     

    出展ご希望の企業・団体は、左の'Register'ボタンよりご登録ください。登録可能数には限りがございますので、お早めにお申し込みください。お問い合わせはJASCO(jasco@jas-co.org)まで。


    申し込み締め切り:2月9日(水)正午

    • 10 Mar 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 2:45 PM
    • Dublin Community Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road, Dublin, OH, 43017
    Register
    JAPANESE CAREER EXPLORATION

    Saturday, March 10, 2017

    11:00am - 2:45pm

    Dublin Recreation Center


    Alongside the Japanese Speech Contest, JASCO is hosting its annual Japanese Career Exploration. Our goal is to promote a life-long career paths for Japanese language learners and bilinguals while supporting the growth of Japanese-owned or Japan related local business and universities offering Japanese programs.


    This event is open to everyone and free.


    Who should attend?

    • Japanese Majors and Bilingual job seekers (college students and recent graduates) 
    • Engineering students and Business students interested in working for Japanese-owned/Japan-related companies in Central Ohio 
    • High school students interested in Japanese Studies programs and their parents 

    Business casual attire is preferred. Bring multiple copies of your resume. 


    Participating Companies and Organizations:


    PARTICIPATING COMPANIES LIST COMING SOON


    Resume Circulation Opportunities

    If you are a job seeker, don’t miss the chance to have your resume distributed to JASCO’s 85+ corporate members! Be sure to drop off a copy of your resume at the JASCO’s table.


    JASCO’s Corporate Member Directory D


    Sponsored by:

    SPONSOR LIST COMING SOON


      • 14 Mar 2018
      • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
      • Red Brick Occasions


      JASCO is partnering with the Japan External Trade Organization to hold a Kizuna seminar-Tohoku Update on Wednesday, March 14. This free event will be held at Red Brick Occasions in Columbus  (118 E. Main Street, Columbus),  6-8 PM. Representatives from the Tohoku area will discuss the realization efforts over the past 7 years since the 2011 Earthquake, and 'Sake Evangelist' John Gaunter will give an introduction to sake from the area.

      The seminar will be followed by Sake and fresh seafood tasting and reception. Hour d'oeuvre will be served.


      This event is OPEN TO PUBLIC. 


      *About John Gauntner 

      John Gauntner is recognized as the world’s leading non-Japanese sake expert.

      A resident of Japan since 1988, he (necessarily) both speaks and reads Japanese fluently, and is well known in the sake industry as the window to making sake understandable and popular outside of Japan.

      He has been writing and lecturing about sake since 1994, beginning with an eight-year stint writing the “Nihonshu” column in the Japan Times (Japan’s most widely read English language newspaper). He followed that with a weekly column on sake in Japanese for the Yomiuri Shimbun, Japan’s and the world’s most widely distributed Japanese newspaper. He has published six books on sake across two languages, hundreds of articles on the topic (see Articles & Books), publishes a free monthly newsletter and offers various digital products that make sake easily understandable.

      His latest book, Sake Confidential, is – as the title indicates – a beyond-the-basics guide to understanding, tasting, selecting and enjoying sake.

      He is the co-founder and content editor of the world’s first and only sake-only magazine, Sake Today, which was founded in January of 2014.

      Known as “The Sake Guy,” and “The Sake Evangelist,”John has been quoted and/or mentioned in sake related articles in countless publications including The New York Times, Newsweek, Forbes, Business Week, and Rolling Stone. He has spoken at Harvard, Yale, and Columbia Universities, Wharton School of Business, and countless other venues across the US and Japan.


      Please register at 

      https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tohoku-update-tickets-43133744190


      KIZUNAイベント「TOHOKU UPDATE」

      会場:Red Brick Occasions (118 E. Main Street, Columbus) 

      日時:3月14日(水) 18時〜20時半(17時半開場)

      主催:ジェトロ、セントラルオハイオ日米協会


      *入場料無料・どなたでもご参加いただけます


      内容

      (1)宮城県経済商工観光部理事兼次長 高砂義行様 スピーチ

      (2)末永海産株式会社 古藤野靖(ことうの やすし)様 スピーチ

      「復興から米国輸出までの軌跡」(仮)

      (3)日本酒伝道師 ジョン・ゴントナーさんセミナー (福島の酒がアメリカに(仮))


      (4) 第二部:日本酒試飲会・レセプション(福島他東北の日本酒)


      お席に限りがございます。ご登録はこちらから。

      • 04 Apr 2018
      • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
      • Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, Will Eisner Seminar Room (1913 N High St)

      The Institute for Japanese Studies presents:

      Mark MacWilliams

      Professor of Religious Studies
      St. Lawrence University

      "Rethinking What’s Sacred about 'Ano Hana' Anime Pilgrimage"

      Flyer: tbd






      Abstract: "Anime Pilgrimage" is a startling new spiritual phenomenon that is taking place throughout Japan. Visiting anime or a comic book (manga) related places is called “pilgrimage to the holy land” (seichi junrei) among contemporary anime fans. For my talk, I am looking at how this new form of pilgrimage is developing in a traditional sacred area, Chichibu in Saitama prefecture. Chichibu, located northwest of Tokyo, has for centuries been the destination of pilgrims traveling on the thirty-four temple pilgrimage route dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon. In recent years, however, Chichibu has attracted a new type of pilgrim due to the popularity of the hit 2011 TV anime, Ano hi mita hana no namae o bokutachi wa mada shiranai (literally, "We Still Don't Know the Name of the Flower We Saw That Day”), the story of which takes place in Chichibu. What is anime pilgrimage? What makes it sacred? Why would fans travel to a place that forms the backdrop of a cartoon fantasy? What's the anime about anyway? Pondering these questions about Ano hana as part of the broader phenomenon of anime pilgrimage leads to the important question of whether the “sacred” is alive and well in contemporary Japan.


      Bio: Mark MacWilliams is currently a professor of East Asian Religions at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. His interests and publications are focused primarily on contemporary Japanese spirituality---particularly, pilgrimage in all its forms, the Internet and spiritual life, and Japanese manga (and anime). His work most recently has gone into a whole new fields—how Shinto has been defined in the modern period and anime pilgrimage in Japan. He also serves as Executive Editor for the journal, Religious Studies Review.
       

      Free and open to the public


      This event is sponsored in part by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant to The Ohio State University East Asian Studies Center.

      • 14 Apr 2018
      • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      • The Gustav and Bertha Reiner Horticultural Education Center at Oakland Nursery, 1156 Oakland Park Ave. Columbus

      Curious about Bonsai? 


      This fascinating fusion of art and horticulture has a long history and has been taken up all around the world.  If you would like to learn more about creating and keeping miniature trees, an opportunity to get hands on knowledge is coming up soon.


      The Columbus Bonsai Society  will conduct an introductory bonsai class Saturday, April 14,2018.  The one day session will be held in The Gustav and Bertha Reiner Horticultural Education Center at Oakland Nursery, 1156 Oakland Park Ave. Columbus. http://www.oaklandnursery.com/web/columbuscenter.html


      The class will take place between 12:00PM  and 5:00 PM and is intended to be a thorough introduction to the art and craft of miniature trees, the Japanese bonsai.  Participants will learn basic  techniques to create, train and maintain bonsai trees in classroom and discussion phases of the session and then will put that knowledge to use in hands on workshops.


      Each participant will begin the process of developing a bonsai.  Instructors will discuss many aspects of the art and horticulture of bonsai: including history, design, tools, styling techniques and others.  The main focus will be keeping the trees alive.


      The class is intended for participants of all skill levels, no previous experience with bonsai-or plants of any kind is required.


      Cost of the class is $45 which includes all necessary materials. A 2018 membership in the Columbus Bonsai Society is also part of the package.


      To register or for more information : bonsaibeginners@yahoo.com


      You may also leave questions on the interactive event webpage: http://cbsbonsaibeginners.blogspot.com/

       

      PLEASE NOTE: No walk in students can be accommodated-all participants must register

       

        CLASS PARTICIPANTS WILL BE PROVIDED WITH:

      ·                     Plant suitable for bonsai

      ·                     a ceramic bonsai pot

      ·                     informational handouts and study materials

      ·                     beverages and snacks during the sessions

      PARTICIPANTS SHOULD BRING WITH THEM: 

      ·                     Class fee will be due at check in, only cash or check can be accepted

      ·                     a notebook and pen or pencil.

      • 02 Jun 2018
      • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
      • Discover Christian Church 2900 Martin Rd, Dublin, Ohio 43017

      Details coming soon!

     

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