Events

Culture Days 2014
September 26, 2014
Japanese – Beginner
August 18, 2016

E vents aren't always part of the fundraising but it's just as fun, if not more. Many times, a delegation from Kasugai would come to Kelowna to do demonstrations, workshops, or even concerts. Members will come together and create venues or even festivals to accommodate these visitors as they come here to bring more cultural awareness to the citizen's of Kelowna.

The KKSCA put on Festival Japan for three years and a taiko club (Japanese drumming), an ikebana club (Flower arranging) were created along with more interest in the martial arts and other arts within the Japanese culture. Along with the “Taste of Japan” every year in November, you may be treated to performances in May of each year as May commemorates “Asian Heritage Month”.

Events aren't always part of the fundraising but it's just as fun, if not more. Many times, a delegation from Kasugai would come to Kelowna to do demonstrations, workshops, or even concerts.