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Subject: Matsuri
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 1999 12:43:33 -0500
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St. Michael's College School of International Studies and The Japan-America
Society of Vermont are cosponsoring our biannual Matsuri Festival at Ross
Sports Center on March 28th from 11 to 5.  We need students to help with the
festival.  We need people to demonstrate Caligraphy , Japanese Games, Kimono
try-on, Bon Dance, and Tea Ceremony.  This would be a great opportunity to
share your culture and we would like to include you in this fun project.  We
also welcome volunteers from among other students who would like to learn
more about Japan and it's culture.  All volunteers will get a FREE Matsuri
'99 tee shirt.  Please contact Prof. Furukawa at [log in to unmask] or Bev
Colston at 654-2303 or Prof. Corson at [log in to unmask] or
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