♪ Kakizome Exhibition
Oshogatsu — Japanese New Year — is a big celebration in which friends and family get together to share wishes for a healthy and happy year and to participate in a variety of activities and celebrations. Kakizome, the writing of the first calligraphy of the new year, is traditionally held on January 2nd in Japan when people write auspicious words and phrases with calligraphy brush and ink.
♪ Mochitsuki / Japanese New Year Celebration
♪ Setubun Mamemaki
February 3rd is called Setsubun, which is also known as a bean throwing (mamemaki) festival in Japan. People throw roasted soybeans around houses and at temples and shrines to drive off bad luck and to bring good luck in. It's a custom to eat the same number of beans as one's age, hoping for good health and happiness.
♪ Celebration Chamorro Culture Day (Snack Party)
♪ Hinamatsuri Snack Party （March 3rd)
♪Easter Egg Hunting
♪ Celebrate Child’s Day
♪Mother's Day Luncheon & Performance
♪Father's Day Luncheon & Performance
♪ Power of Play Interactive Parent Conference
Harmony Kids will introduce 'Japanese Origami Art'
♪ Tanabata Snack Party
♪ Grand Parents Day Project
♪ Halloween Parade (October 31)
♪ Thanksgiving Day Friendship Luncheon
♪ Harmony Kids Annual Christmas Concert
Students perform Japanese dancing, playing keyboard, singing & operetta on stage.
Door is open to anyone interested!!!