Shikochu International Festival
Taste the many cultures in our city! We'll have music, dance, homemade food from around the world and more. Collect stamps in your ''passport'' while visiting different country booths
Date: 2/9, Sunday
Time：13:30～16:00 (registration starts at 13:00)
Location： Shikokuchuo Social Welfare building (Fukushi-kaikan) 4th floor
Cost: Free (but please bring one dish of food representative of your mother country, homemade or store-bought is fine)
Event details: Stage events
Six country booths
World dress corner
'Passport' stamp rally
Volunteer at the International festival!
Date：Sunday, February 9th
Location： Welfare building (Fukushi-kaikan) 4th floor
Recruiting: Ages twenty and up
Volunteer activities: registration, running country booths, running the main event, cleanup
RSVP deadline: Monday, January 20th (but please get in touch if you’re interested)
We’re sorry to announce that this event has been postponed due to concerns about COVID-19. We look forward to holding it in the fall!
The craft of Pie
(tomato-anchovy quiche followed by lattice apple)
Pies are a varied yet often overlooked cuisine.
Even back in the US, many people use stiff and bland store-bought pie crusts. I hope to inculcate an appreciation for the importance of making your own pie crust (using butter).
While we wait for our food to cook, I will talk about the history of my family's pie crust recipe
(it's connected to the volcanic history
of the American Pacific northwest.)
Date: Friday, February 28th, 2020 (2/28)
Time: 18：00 〜21:00
Location: Health center (Nutrition instruction room on the second floor)
Instructor: Daniel Cruse (from Portland, Oregon, Estados Unidos de America)
Target audience: High school age and above
Maximum attendees: 30 (reservation required)
Cost: ￥1,000 (general), ￥500 (SIFA members)
Sign-up deadline: Monday, February 17th