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Welcome To The Edmonton Japanese Community Association

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July 2014: IMPORTANT REQUEST TO ALL EJCA MEMBERS!

EJCA Board is making a proposal for EJCA’s future events and services. It is very important that YOUR needs are reflected in the plan. The board requests all members to respond to the questionnaire by August 31, 2014.

Please to go the following link.

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Thank you

 

The Edmonton Japanese Community Association (EJCA) is a non-profit organization serving the Japanese Canadian community and anyone who has an interest in Japanese culture in the Edmonton area.

The EJCA seeks to develop and support a vibrant Japanese community and to promote awareness of Japanese heritage and culture in Canada. More information about our mission statement and our history can be found in the About Us section.

The centre
The EJCA is located in the Argyll Community League (ACL) on the edge of the beautiful Argyll Park. The Centre opened in 1994. In 2005, Japanese rock garden was added and traditional Japanese woodwork was incorporated into the centre. It is now one of the beautiful community centres in Edmonton.

The centre is located at:

6750-88 Street
Edmonton, Alberta

Map (JPEG) or Map (PDF format)

Take a virtual tour of the centre to find out what's inside.

Join The EJCA
There are many benefits to becoming an EJCA member, including access to the Gordon Hirabayashi Library, access to clubs, discounted rates on events, discounted rates on room rentals, a subscription to the Moshi Moshi newsletter and much more!

To become an EJCA member, please click here and go to membership page.


Office hours: Monday 9:00 - 12:00, Tuesday & Thursday 12:00 - 4:00, Friday 3:00 - 6:00
Other time by appointment - please call 780-466-8166:



Feel free to contact us directly with any questions, suggestions, or comments.

Telephone: (780) 466-8166

Fax: (780) 465-0376

Email: office@ejca.org

Mail:

The Edmonton Japanese Community Association
6750-88 Street
Edmonton, Alberta
T6E 5H6

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Current Newsletter

July/August Moshi Moshi

Events

July 26 Heritage Festival workshop
August 2-4, Heritage Festival
August 8-10, Animethon

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