Aki Matsuri - Fall Festival

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Community Event

Sep 201215
11:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Wesley United Methodist Church
566 N. Fifth Street
San Jose, California
United States

Wesley United Methodist Church will hold its annual Aki Matsuri (fall festival) on Saturday, Sept 15  from 11am to 4pm.  The church is located at 566 N. 5th St.
People can enjoy food, fun, and festive activities and eating traditional Japanese American foods — Inari-zushi and Maki-zushi , SPAM musubi , chicken teriyaki, soba , BBQ ribs, chicken salad, Aki dogs, manju and soda and sno cones.
Our outdoor farmers market will be filled with both cut and potted fragrant flowers as well as beautiful houseplants.

There will be many hand-made crafts.  There will also be new and gently used "White Elephant" items for sale.
Visitors will enjoy the ongoing entertainment including some great local talent with Wesley's  own Wesley Jazz Ensemble .  The Wesley Ukulele Band will perform their collection of sing-along "oldies" and Hawaiian favorites!  Check back for more entertainment information soon!  The San Jose Taiko will perform in their festive uplifting fashion and is an annual crowd pleaser.

So bring a friend and join our celebration by enjoying the food, fun and fellowship.  Be filled with the joy and abundance of our cultural and spiritual
Aki Matsuri Fall Festival.



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