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March 2021, Volume 71, Issue 3

JCCCW The Spring All Things Japanese Sale will be held Friday, March 26th - Sunday March 28th from 10AM - 3 PM. The sale is By Appointment ONLY at the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington, 1414 S. Weller St., Seattle, WA 98144. Online Registration for appointments will open in early March at https://www.jcccw.org/all-things-japanese-sale 

As winter turns to spring, join the JCCCW for a Spring Rummage Sale with something for everyone including dolls, furniture, fans, clothing, accessories, plush toys, jewelry, books and much more. Income generated will support the mission of JCCCW to preserve, promote, and share Japanese and Japanese American culture and heritage. All major credit cards are accepted, as well as cash. Safety guidelines: all visitors are required to make an appointment to shop at this sale, masks required at all times covering from nose to chin, and social distancing will be enforced for the safety of staff, volunteers, and visitors. 

JCCCW – The Northwest Nikkei Museum​ ​Speaker Series will be held online via Zoom from ​7 pm - 8 pm PST on the third Friday of each month. The next program is on Friday, April 16. There will be time for questions during each session. Join us for our new, monthly program and learn about Japanese American culture and history with the Northwest Nikkei Museum (NNM)! On the third Friday of every month, JCCCW will host a speaker, covering a variety of topics and perspectives related to Japanese Americans in the Greater Seattle Area and beyond! Free to attend, but registration required. Check out upcoming speakers at:​ https://www.jcccw.org/speaker-series

JANM – Join the virtual JANM Gala & Auction: Reunited on Saturday, May 1, at 5:00 pm. Celebrate with JANM at a joyous evening of song, music and special guests. Bid on unique items reflecting diverse Asian culture. This year, be Reunited with friends at a COVID-safe, virtual Gala & Auction—and support JANM’s largest annual fundraiser. The announcement of the winner of the 2021 Lexus Opportunity Drawing will also be online. Information and tickets at: https://www.janm.org/events/gala/2021

The WINGThe Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is now open at a limited capacity and open Fridays - Sundays from 10 AM – 5 PM. The WING has been carefully and thoughtfully planning for the reopening based on recommendations of relevant state, local, and federal regulations and guidelines.

Buying tickets online prior to visit is highly encouraged

  • Capacity is limited
  • Masks required
  • Physical Distancing is required
  • Storage is closed

To minimize unnecessary touch points, The WING strongly encourages purchasing your ticket in advance, online! Please have your order number ready and available on your smartphone. Tickets do not have an expiration date and are valid at any time during operating hours. We encourage card payment whenever you are making a purchase and accept all types of credit and debit cards. More information: https://www.wingluke.org/welcome-back/

Densho – The new Densho podcast, Campu, tells the story of Japanese American incarceration like you’ve never heard it before. Brother-sister duo Noah and Hana Maruyama weave together the voices of survivors to spin narratives out of the seemingly mundane things that gave shape to the incarceration experience: rocks, fences, food, paper. Follow along as they move far beyond the standard Japanese American incarceration 101 and into more intimate and lesser-known corners of this history. Listen or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Support for Campu comes from the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation. For descriptions and a link to complete transcripts for each episode, visit: https://densho.org/campu/