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MOVE ON at Ikoi no Kai

MOVE ON is a movement class held once a month designed for physical and emotional health. Part of JAMO’s Living Arts Program, the class is held before Ikoi No Kai lunch at Epworth Church and is led by Chisao Hata. Join us for stretching and basic creative dance moves–everyone contributes to the movement sequence in this FUN, relaxed environment. Please RSVP to chisao@jamo.org.

First and Third Thursdays
10:30am-11:15am
Free

Creative Aging is dedicated to the practice of engaging older adults in participatory, professionally run arts programs focusing on building relationships and the study of the arts. The programming at the center will focus on meaningful creative expression and value the life experiences and talents of the participants.

Ikoi no Kai

1333 SE 28th Ave
Portland , OR, 97214-2937
(503) 238-0775

Beginning over 40 years ago as a lunch program for senior citizens, Ikoi no Kai has evolved into a program for the entire Nikkei community. The nourishing communal meal is the central activity of Ikoi no Kai with recreational and educational activities enhancing and enlivening the center’s spirit. We invite the participation of all age groups, adults and children alike. Ikoi no Kai offers not only Asian-themed meals but also provides a gathering place for the community to renew friendships as well as to make new friends.
Ikoi no Kai is sponsored by the Japanese Ancestral Society, a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to promote the cultural heritage and traditions of the Japanese American community through its multigenerational programs.