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Yu-Ai Kai invites you to the 2013 COMMUNITY CRAB AND SPAGHETTI DINNER & "No Attendance Required" Opportunity Drawing to be held at the San Jose Buddhist Church Annex on Saturday, February 9, 2013.
Please join us for an evening celebrating our Yu-Ai Kai Community!
An evening of good food and time with family and friends!
A whole crab, spaghetti, salad, bread, dessert and beverage.
Entertainment while you dine and the Opportunity Drawing winners will be drawn...don't miss the fun!
Dine-in tickets are limited to 400, so reserve your seats today!
TAKE-OUT-ONLY DINNERS available for pick-up.
Dinner prices increase $5.00 per ticket on February 1, 2013 - ORDER SOON!
No refunds or exchanges for this Fundraising Event benefiting Yu-Ai Kai Community Senior Service
What time does the dine-in serving line close?
The serving line closes at 7:00 PM.
When can I pick up my Take-Out Order?
The drive-through Take-Out-Only pick-up is located across the street from the Church Annex from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, only the purchaser of a ticket or in the case of multiple tickets on an order will appear on the printed ticket(s). Just bring a printed ticket for each attendee and we will check you in based on the contact information of the ticket purchaser.
How is the crab cooked?
The crab is cooked in a light amount of salt.
When & Where
Yu-Ai Kai Senior Center
Yu-Ai Kai Japanese American Community Senior Service, a nonprofit senior center located in historic Japantown San Jose, is committed to serving seniors with an array of activities, programs, and services.
We offer a well-balanced senior day care program, a nutritious lunch service, social services, and a variety of classes, activities and trips for seniors, designed around our Healthy Aging Initiative.
Serving our seniors with Friendship & Love since 1974, Yu-Ai Kai currently serves 3,000+ seniors annually. While our roots are in Japanese / Japanese American culture and tradition, the programs and services are open to any senior in our community.