The purpose of the Nisei Lunch Program is to serve Nisei members of the NVC/NVC Foundation a hot lunch once a month and to also give our Nisei members an opportunity to interact with one another in a casual, social setting.
The meal will be served on the first Friday of the month at the NVC Memorial Hall in Lefty’s room (lower level). Delicious meals prepared by Terry Takeuchi and other helpers are free to NVC/NVCF members. Click above for more details.
Poet Lawerence Matsuda and graphic artist Matt Sasaki discuss their graphic novel, Fighting For America: Nisei Soldiers. The novel is about six Nisei soldiers from the Pacific Northwest who made a significant mark in American History.
The presentation is at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art from 4:30-6:30 pm. Please come.
The NVC and NVC Foundation Executive Officers and Executive Council will hold their meetings starting at 6:00 pm and located at the NVC Memorial Hall in Seattle. All are welcome to participate in the 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm general meeting following the Executive meetings.
Come and hear the latest news from the NVC and NVC Foundation.
Plan to stay for a tasty potluck dinner for all to enjoy.
The NVC Foundation presents monthly speakers on various subjects relating to the Nisei Veterans and Japanese American experience. These presentations are held at the NVC Memorial Hall in the meeting room downstairs.
The April Speaker Series guest speaker is Professor Jay Rubin, Emeritus Professor of Japanese Literature at Harvard University. His topic is "The Sun Gods" set in Seattle during World War II. Read more for details.