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Sundays @ 2 PM starting January 6, 2013

Matinee Eiga (At JCCCW) The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington is now hosting Matinee Eiga Sundays! The JCCCW will screen Japanese and Japanese American movies and recreate the tradition of the Kokusai Theater, a Japanese movie theater which was located in Seattle's International District that was popular during the 1960s and 1970s until its closing in the 1980s. Suggested donation of $5 for the general public and $3 for current JCCCW members. Every Sunday @ 2:00PM Read more...

Now ~ May 30, 2014

Bases as Bridges: Baseball from Japan to Washington (At JCCCW) The Northwest Nikkei Museum proudly presents, Bases As Bridges: Baseball From Japan To Washington, a new exhibit commemorating the significance of baseball in the history of Japanese communities. The exhibit showcases objects and photos spanning decades of Japanese and Japanese American baseball in Washington State. Free admission, by appointment only. Please contact admin@jcccw.org or call 206-568-7114 to book an appointment. Read More...

May 4th, 2014 @ 11am-5pm

Kodomo no Hi 2014 (At JCCCW) Children's Day is a fun and exciting introduction to the rich world of children's culture in Japan. The JCCCW welcomes families in the community to take part in the Kodomo no Hi festival as an opportunity to experience multiculturalism while celebrating the health and growth of all children. Kids’ activities and games, Japanese cultural performances, exhibitions and more. Read More...

May 10, 2014 @ 5-11pm

Artspace Hiawatha Open House Artspace Hiawatha Open House is on Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 5:00pm - 11:00pm and will feature an exhibition, open studios, and live music. Free!
Located at 843 Hiawatha Place South, Seattle, WA, 98144
Exhibition: 5-6pm; Open Studios: 7-9pm
Performances by Jazz Underground Band, 9pm; Rabbit Skin Glue, 10pm Read More...