Kashiwa City Community Newspaper 2017.08.01
Submit your photos for the International Activities Photo Display!
Contact: Kashiwa City Cross-Cultural Center - Phone: 04-7157-0281 or 04-7165-7321
We are looking for photos to add to the International Activities Photo Display, which will be held in the Kashiwa City Cross-Cultural Center. Visitors will be able to cast their votes, and the "Favorite Photos - Best 10" will be chosen. (There will be certificates and extra prizes.)
Photo Content ▶Photos should have an international theme. The photos should be either taken overseas, or show interaction with foreign people in Japan.
（補足）Please be aware that we cannot accept responsibility for the subject's permission or rights to use their image.
▶Use an A4 size or a 6P (203mm x 254mm size) print. 3 photo submissions per person.
Application: Between Monday, October 2, and Tuesday, October 31, please submit your photo(s) with a memo attached to each one, listing your name, address and phone number, the title of the photo, the place the photo was taken, and a simple description of the photo content. Send the photos by mail to 郵便番号277-0005, Kashiwa 1-7-1-301, Kashiwa City Cross-Cultural Center, or submit them in person. Photos must be received by the deadline.
◎For more information, please see the Cross-Cultural Center homepage.
■International Activities Photo Display
Date and Time: Sunday, November 19 to Thursday, November 23, 10am to 5pm (the display will close at 3pm on the last day)
（補足） The "Favorite Photos - Best 10" winners will be announced after noon on Thursday, November 23.
Location: Palette Kashiwa
Summer Holiday!! Kashiwa Peace Week 2017 - See Peace and Create Peace
Contact: Cooperative Promotion Division - Phone: 04-7168-1033, Fax: 04-7167-6644
There has been conflict and terrorist activity around the world, and many precious lives have been lost. We must take another look at the tragedy of past wars and the importance of peace, and show the next generation a soul that hopes for peace.
As the people who are living in the present day, let's think again about what we can do for peace.
Peace Photo Panel Display in Kinrin Community Centers
Tega Kinrin Center
Friday, August 4 to Thursday, August 10
9am to 9pm
（補足）On the first and last days of the exhibit, the panel will be moved, so there will be a time when it is not displayed. The display will be unavailable when the center is closed.
Sakaine Kinrin Center
Thursday, August 10 to Friday, August 18
Tomise Kinrin Center
Friday, August 18 to Friday, August 25
Shintomi Kinrin Center
Friday, August 25 to Friday, September 1
Lecture and reading aloud - Amuser Kashiwa
Date and Time: Saturday, August 19 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Eligibility: The first 100 people to arrive
Content: A lecture with the notes and poems of atomic bomb survivors
Registration: Directly at the event
Display and Experience Corner - Amuser Kashiwa
Date: August 19
Content: Atomic bomb panel display, and folded paper cranes for peace.
Afternoon Classics - Palette Kashiwa
Date and time: Thursday, August 24, 1:30 to 2:00pm
Content: A selection of music about peace
Display and Experience Corner - Palette Kashiwa
Date and time: Saturday, August 19 to Friday, August 25, from 8:30am to 9:30pm on each day. （補足）On the 19th, the display will begin at 5pm, and will close at 5pm on the 25th.
We will observe one minute of silence
Contact: Health and Welfare General Affairs Division - Phone: 04-7167-1131
This year, we are once again coming up on the anniversary of the atomic bomb, and the end of the war. We would like to ask everyone to observe a minute of silence to pray for the souls of the victims and the fallen soldiers, and for permanent peace in the world.
▶The hour that the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima = Sunday, August 6, 8:15am
▶The hour that the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki = Wednesday, August 9, 11:02am
▶The day that the war ended = Tuesday, August 15, noon.
Free legal consultations for foreign residents
Contact: Kashiwa City Cross-Cultural Center - Phone: 04-7157-0281
Date and time: Wednesday, August 23, 1pm to 5pm
Place: Palette Kashiwa
Eligibility: Foreign residents living in Kashiwa City
Content: A lawyer will provide consultation to address legal problems that foreign residents may be facing from day to day life in Japan.
How to apply: By Monday, August 21 at noon, please call the Kashiwa City Cross-Cultural Center to apply.