Sierra Madre Japanese Cultural Night

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Community Event

Mar 201125

Sierra Madre Memorial Park
222 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Sierra Madre, California, 91024
United States


Sierra Madre Library celebrates and honors Japanese Cultural Night @ the Park

Everyone is invited to stop by Memorial Park on Friday, March 25th, from 5:30p.m. - 7:30p.m. to enjoy authentic Japanese food and festivities at "Sierra Madre Japanese Cultural Night."

At 5:30p.m. the evening's activities will kick-off with a Sumo wrestling demonstration by the Centurian Sumo Club.

At 6:00p.m., Sierra Madre Mayor Joe Mosca will formally welcome the event's special guests, the Honorable Junichi Ihara, Consul General of Japan in Los Angeles, Consul Shuichi Matsumoto, Mr. Satoshi Ichikawa and Mr. Hiroyuki Kimura of Tokyo City Keiba from Japan.

At 6:30p.m., the acclaimed drumming group, Hiroyuki Hayashida Taiko Trio will preform, ending the evenings activities.

Yakult priobiotic drink will be distributed and Happy Cup Ramen Truck will be on location providing sushi for purchase.

The American Red Cross will be on location if you would like to make a donation to help those affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Please be advised that this is an outdoor event. In the chance of rain, the event will be moved to an inside location at the Sierra Madre Room, 611 E. Sierra Madre Bvld., Sierra Madre, CA 91024

Please call the Sierra Madre Public Library for more information (626) 355-7186. All performance times are approximate. We hope to see you there!

 

smlibrarian . Last modified Mar 17 2011 5:08 p.m.


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