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Film ‘Hatsumi’ – One grandmother’s journey through the Japanese-Canadian internment
Directed by Chris Hope. “A family portrait that brings the heartrending story of wartime Japanese-Canadian removal from the margin of history into our heart” – Greg Robinson an author of ‘Tragedy of Democracy. After the 55-minute film, the director will answer questions via Skype.
Part of month long art display: The Uprooting 1942: The War Measures Act and Japanese-Canadians, sponsored by the Japanese Garden Society.
Every Wednesday afternoon in the program room from 1 pm – 2 pm.
It’s never too young to start building literacy skills! For toddlers ages 1-3 and their caregivers, participants learn stories, songs, rhymes, as well as what to do at home to help toddlers build their verbal and literacy skills. Caregiver participation is expected; a great way to meet other families with toddlers!
Please sign up in advance.
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