The National Park Service of Minidoka National Historic Site presents a Minidoka Film Screening at the Seattle NVC Memorial Hall on Thursday, April 4th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.
Hosted by the Seattle Nisei Veteran's Committee to give an update on Minidoka National Historic Site and previewing the park's film produced by North Shore Productions. The event is free and open to the public.
The Nisei Lunch Program is intended to serve Nisei members of the NVC and NVC Foundation a hot lunch once a month and to give our Nisei members an opportunity to interact with one another in a casual, social setting.
The meals are served on the first Friday of the month at the NVC Memorial Hall downstairs. Delicious meals are free to NVC and NVCF members. And enjoy playing bingo during lunch. Click for more details.
The NVC Executive Council and NVC Foundation Board will meet at the NVC Memorial Hall in Seattle starting at 6:00 pm. The General Membership meeting follows at 7:00 pm. Plan to attend and learn more about the Nisei Veterans.
Come in time for a potluck served at 7:00 pm!
"Tule Lake: Resistance and Reconciliation" is the topic of the NVC Foundation Speaker Series on Saturday, April 27th. Our guest speaker is Stan Shikuma - Tule Lake Committee Board Member, Washington-Oregon contingent organizer for the Tule Lake Pilgrimage since 1982 and leader for the hike to the top of Castle Rock for the last 15 years.
The free event goes from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the NVC Memorial Hall in Seattle. The public is welcome to attend. Free parking is available.