One Year After: Benefit Concert for Children of Tohoku,Japan Mar 10

Support the children of Tohoku, Japan

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    What:The concert, featuring Somei Yoshino Taiko Ensemble, the Music at the Mission Chamber Players, artist Kathy Fujii-Oka and MC Mike Inouye of NBC11 will raise monies for the “Smiles & Dreams” project, a collaborative of two nonprofit organizations: Living Dreams and Smile Kids Japan, supporting the hundreds of children orphaned after the disaster.

    Where:Activities will be held at the historic Old Mission San Jose, 43300 Mission Blvd., Fremont, CA, 94539. Doors will be opened at 6pm.

    When: March 10 at 6 pm

    Why One Thousand Cranes? “Origami cranes are symbol of peace and luck. Thousand Cranes are believed to bring a wish of those who makes to those who receive.” said Nobuko Nakajima, one of the co-coordinator for the Thousand Crane Project. “The cranes will be displayed at the event on March 10th and will be sent to the children who became orphaned as a result of the tragic earthquake and tsunami in Japan by the event organizer.”

     

    Tickets and Volunteer Opportunities:  www.musicatmsj.org/oneyearafter


    For more information: Steve Yamaguma at info@design2marketinc.com