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Catch Up Time

It has been a busy session and we appreciate the dedication of our students. Anticipation and enthusiasm are high as we wrap up the Spring term with our first workshops with a visiting Ikenobo professor from Japan. Pictures of that … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays

It’s wind up time for this year. Classes at the EJCA are finished until March and the last class at the Jewish Seniors’ Centre is tomorrow, pictures to follow. Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season. We look forward … Continue reading

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October 20th Seasonal Freestyle

  Hallowe’en is behind us and the weather appears to be telling us it is time to welcome winter. We will be continuing to explore free style and seasonal themes in our upcoming classes.       The October jiyuka/freestyle … Continue reading

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Sanshuike to Start September

Pictures are posted for the last class of the Wednesday evening Beginners’ series. Many thanks for your enthusiastic participation and we hope you will find time to continue, either in the Fall classes or come Spring. The Thursday groups also … Continue reading

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August 18 Nishuike

Mystery solved. Camera cable found. Here are the pictures from the August 18 regular class. We started with a review of shoka shofutai form using reeds then added flowers for the tai group to create a nishuike using carnations, bull … Continue reading

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Welcome EJCA Beginners’ Series

Our August beginners’ series is off to a great start with appreciation for your enthusiastic participation. Photos are available here.

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Shoka Sanshuike October 1

We continued our study of ¬†shoka sanshuike with a distinctly Fall theme to the material selection: sunflower, ornamental grass, bullrush, rose hip, maple, and solidago. Then, back by popular demand, we enjoyed another K-cup challenge with some miniature freestyle arrangements. … Continue reading

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