Ukwanshin Events for March 2016

Rodney HeaderFrom: Ukwanshin Kabudan
Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2016 2:19 PM
Subject: Upcoming major events

Gusuuyo Chuuganabira!

Just a reminder to join us for our 3 big events coming up next week

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Registration is still open for the 2nd LooChoo Identity Conference March 18-20.
This year looks to be an international event with participants form Taiwan, Argentina, Okinawa, mainland US, and the neighbor islands. Come join us for some great discussions, presentations, and food! The concert by guest Okinawa musicians, Misako Koja and Unaigumi is included. 

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Koja Misako and Unaigumi “Warabigami” Concert
Tickets are still available for this special concert closing out the conference..
This concert is open to the public and will be held at the Windward Community Collegeʻs Hale Akoakoa room on Sunday, March 20th at 3pm. Contact us for tickets!

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Hilo Okinawa Cultural workshops “LooChoo Studies”
This Sunday the 13th at ka Haka ʻUla Keʻelikōlani, Hale ʻŌlelo, 10am-4pm.
Come join us for a day of fun and learning about Okinawan culture, history and music. Explore and experience the sanshin and learn the Okinawan language in the beautiful setting of Hale ʻŌlelo at the convenient Hilo University campus right below ʻImi Loa.

Also reminder that we will have Shimakutuba study group this coming Sunday at Jikoen 7:30pm.

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