The Tsukuba Catholic Church will be holding its annual CHURCH BAZAAR on Sunday October 22 from 10:00 to 14:00. This is your chance to taste great home cooked food not only from Japan, but also from Korea, the Philippines, Europe, India, and South America. There will be activities for children including games and crafts, also featuring a Japanese tea ceremony, a bottle and can stall and a lively auction of special goods. There will be lots of things for sale like clothes, things for school or the office, utensils, totemo oishii cakes, etc. This year they will also have a photo studio with a professional photographer offering quality portraits at low cost. Also check out the "English and Japanese books" sale with new titles priced 50% less than your regular bookstands. The location is on Doho Koen Dori between Hanamasa supermarket and Route 408. Parking will be provided nearby. Note: Since the money raised for the whole affair will be given to charity, you can be sure that prices are inexpensive! For details contact Brian Kelly at bkelly[at]home.email.ne.jp
The Tsukuba Gakuen Church (near Daiei) will hold its annual bazaar on Saturday, Oct. 28 beginning at noon. There are always lots of good deals on various used (and even new) items along with delicious food items and games for the kids.
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