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Country Club: Japan *bonus program!

Experience a little taste of Japan with an introduction to some Japanese words, dining etiquette and learn how to use chopsticks! Children will make their own California roll and candy sushi roll with our friends from Benihana.

Program is open to grades 1-5 and kindergarteners with an adult. 

 

Date: Wednesday, May 23

Time: 4:00-5:00 p.m.

*Parent/legal guardian must sign waiver for child/children to participate in this program.

Space is limited. Registration begins at 3:30 p.m.

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Free Taiko Performance May 19 @ 3:00 PM

In honor of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, South Houston Public Library invite you to join us for "Kaminari Taiko Thunderstudies" - an amazing @kaminariTaiko #kaminariTaiko performance that will take place on Saturday, May 19 @ 3:00 PM at the Pavilion located in the park next to the South Houston Branch Library located at 607 Avenue A, South Houston, TX, 77587.

Destination...Japan

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White Blood-Soaked Flowers

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