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Bazaar Season: October 2006

Author: Tim Boyle, Issue: October 2006, Topic: Events, Religion

Two local churches will be having their annual bazaars this month.

The Tsukuba Catholic Church in Matsushiro (near Hanamasa) will hold its bazaar on Oct. 15 (Sunday) from 10 am to 1 pm. A variety of items, such as used clothes, bags, shoes, household utensils, hand-made crafts and many more items will be sold at cheap prices. A lot of English books and potted flowering plants will be on sale too. It is also a chance for you to enjoy delicious dishes and delicacies not only from Japan but also from Africa, Brazil, Indonesia, Ireland, Korea, and the Philippines. This year's bazaar aims to raise funds to support, among others, organizations working for street children, abandoned/poor children and aged people in Kenya and the Philippines. For details and information, contact Elvie G. Suto at 090-6544-4140; suto[at]sam.hi-ho.ne.jp.

The following Saturday, Oct. 21, the Tsukuba Gakuen Church in Higashi Arai, near Dayztown, will have a similar bazaar from noon to 2 pm. There will be lots of used and new items for sale as well as numerous food dishes. For information, go to: http://www.tsukubagakuenchurch.jp/church_top_e.htm

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