Volunteer Applications are now open!
The Powell Street Festival is a unique festival in that it celebrates so many aspects of the community in an inclusive, accessible and respectful environment. We rely on… More ›
Spatial Poetics XVI: KIYO生き残り
Honouring the living memory of invisible lives Sat, 8 July 2017, 7:30 PM Vancouver Buddhist Temple, 220 Jackson Avenue Presented by Powell Street Festival Society in association with the… More ›
Sumo! A Beginner’s Workshop
Sunday, May 7 from 1 to 4 pm Vancouver Buddhist Temple 220 Jackson Street, 2nd floor; doors at 12:30 pm Information: 604-739-9388 Pre-registration: email@example.com Learn the basic rules… More ›
The Koinobori at Sakura Days!
Did you miss the Koinobori at Powell Street Festival last summer? Come see it at Sakura Days on April 8 and 9!! Sakura Days Japan Fair is on April… More ›
Kiai! An Afternoon of Japanese Music & Tea Tasting
Saturday, November 7th at 2pm Canadian Music Centre, BC Region 837 Davie Street, Vancouver Powell Street Festival (PSFS), in partnership with Tealeaves and Vancouver Intercultural Orchestra, invites you… More ›
10th Annual Asahi Tribute Game on Sat. Aug 15th
Photo: Nikkei National Museum 2010.26.25. 10th Annual Asahi Tribute Game Saturday, August 15th, 10:30am–2pm Oppenheimer Park Register online! or contact the Japanese Canadian Young Leaders at jcylvancouver [at]… More ›
Event: Japanese Douyou Concert
Looking for an activity for your Easter Weekend? Come to VJLS-JH to enjoy Japanese Douyou, or children’s songs by singer Mimako Soga! Children’s Song Family Concert Saturday, April… More ›
Spring BAZAAR at the VJLS
Super family friendly fun! The Vancouver Japanese Language School (VJLS) is having their annual Spring Bazaar! It will take place on Sunday, March 1. It is two days before… More ›
Exhibition Closes Sept 13! Music Temple by Emi Honda & Jordan McKenzie
Honda and McKenzie began Elfin Saddle after migrating from Canada’s lush west coast to Montreal, transporting their nature-inspired, ethnically ambiguous folk creations to the urban environs of the east.
GRMLN with special guests Late Spring
GRMLN (USA), the noise pop project of Kyoto-born Yoodoo Park incorporates the sunny feel of his Southern Californian upbringing with nostalgia for Japan.