JASC Holiday Delight

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Exhibition

Dec 20095
10:30a.m. - 4:00p.m.

JASC
4427 N. Clark St
Chicago, Illinois
United States


Holiday Delight/Kodomo Matsuri
Begin celebrating your holiday season by joining us at our annual Holiday Delight sale. Do some great holiday shopping by visiting our select vendors, who specialize in Japanese, Japanese American, and Asian handcrafted goods – from jewelry to special accessories, specialty paper items, garments, ceramics, and books. Find all of your stocking stuffers and gifts for teachers at Holiday Delight by purchasing unique gift items. Satisfy your hunger and sweet-tooth by enjoying sushi, teriyaki kabobs, teriyaki burgers and homemade baked goods. Kodomo Matsuri (children's festival) will entertain the kids, allowing them to have fun creating assorted holiday ornaments and decorations and await Santa's visit. This delightful holiday tradition is held the first Saturday each December. For a complete schedule of this year's event, go to Holiday Delight     (back)
FREE Admission!

Your whole family can celebrate the start of the holiday season at JASC's annual Holiday Delight Festival. Japanese and specialty handcrafted goods — from jewelry to paper goods to garments and accessories – are for sale. Come and do your holiday shopping at this unique bazaar. There will be plenty of homemade baked goods, sushi, teriyaki beef sticks and teriyaki burgers to satisfy any appetite. Kodomo Matsuri entertains the children with Japanese cultural crafts, performances, workshops and a special visit from Santa.

 

intrepidmouse . Last modified Jul 09 2010 12:13 p.m.


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