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Tsukuba Catholic Church Annual Church Bazaar

Author:Author unknown, Issue: October 1999, Topic: Shopping

The yearly bazaar by the Catholic Church in Tsukuba will be held on Sunday the 17th October from 10:00 to 13:30. The main aim of the activity, among others, is to raise funds which will be used to build schools in countries such as Vietnam and Cambodia. Stalls will set up to prepare and sell international food (Asian, European, African, American...) There will be clothes, books, bottles & can and cake stalls, an auction, Japanese tea ceremony and more besides.

For more details and information, contact ww4s-ikgc[at]asahi-net.or.jp.

See you there!

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