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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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Daytime Beginners’ Series

The pictures have been posted for our first session at the Edmonton Jewish Seniors’ Centre. ┬áThese classes are on Monday afternoons from 1-3 pm for the next 3 weeks and there would be room for a couple more participants if … 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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Kurimoto Japanese Garden Exhibit and Demonstration June 5, 2016

It was an honour to be invited back to the Spring Festival at the Kurimoto Japanese Garden this year. Many thanks to all who were able to come out for the day and help create an exhibit that was appreciated … Continue reading

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New Season & Beginners’ Classes

The new season is upon us, beginning March 17 for returning club members. Please pass the word about the Beginners’ series starting March 31 as well. We are doing the Beginners’ series a little differently this year, holding it on … Continue reading

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Seasonal Freestyle /Jiyuka November 5

We continued to explore seasonal freestyle this week with arrangements that expressed the change of season, from autumn to the coming winter. These arrangements also show an emphasis on the element of line. Materials were chosen from a selection of … Continue reading

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