The kitsune mask has often been seen in Japanese folktales as a symbolic figure of fun and trickery – a perfect fit for the start of summer. Once you have finished your mask, head on over to the auditorium for a lesson in awa odori, a traditional Japanese dance that welcomes the ancestors back to our world.
This is the first of three recycle events that will take place at the JICC this summer to celebrate O-matsuri (festival) season. Please bring your own (labeled) scissors, paper bags for masks, and other recyclable paper products for decoration. The JICC will NOT be collecting your unused products.
Materials: scissors, paper bags (mask), recyclable paper products (decoration)
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required for security purposes. Doors open 30 minutes prior to start of the program.
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