Kelowna-Kasugai Sister City Association promote and enhance the sister city relationship between the Cities of Kelowna and Kasugai in Japan.

News Letters


  Welcome

Cathy_JennensWelcome to the Kelowna-Kasugai Sister City Association website. We are excited about this website because it will give us the opportunity to show the citizens of both Kelowna and Kasugai, Japan what the association does inside the communities. I look forward to sharing the history, the exchange of ideas, culture, education, and events relating to the celebration and concerns of our two cities. We have strong ties and work together to bring awareness of each other's culture to the people of both cities by way of school exchanges, cultural exchanges, civic exchanges, and more. Enjoy our website and please feel free to join our association if anything interests you.

  Announcement new

Japanese - Beginner Level 1

Instructor: Jeff Jennens
Apr 8-May 27 2014
(KMC) Kinsmen Media Centre
Is located at Gordon Dr. & Lexington Rd. in Mission Sports Field (Two story building between ball fields) Gordon Dr & Lexington Rd.

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 Upcoming Events   

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"KAZAKOSHI" WADAIKO TOKARA1

Organizer
Kelowna-Kasugai Sister City Association
Date & Time
May 2nd, 2014
7:30 PM -
Location
Kelowna Community Theatre
 
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  Previous Events

Taste of Japan

Taste of Japan 2012
December 2 2012

The Kelowna-Kasugai Sister City Association (KKSCA) premier fundraising event of the year was held at Parkinson Recreation Centre on Sunday, December 2 from 1:00-4:00 pm. We were able to surpass our fundraising expectations and the room was humming with activity from the moment the doors opened.
KKSCA President Cathy Jennens gave a welcome from the Association and Mayor Walter Gray gave greetings from the City of Kelowna to start the afternoon off.Miss Kelowna Lady of the Lake Nav Takhar and Kelowna’s Princess Jade Cowan greeted visitors with a smile and Japanese candy treats. Ken & Yoshiko Fix and their kitchen crew were kept busy serving delicious Japanese cuisine, and Bernice Sebastian & Carole Carnahan sold all the baking that was donated as well.
The Yamabiko Taiko Drummers started the entertainment off with a thunderous performance which was enjoyed by all.

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