JETAARM Shinnenkai

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Camden Lincoln Station Community Room

10177 Station Way

Lone Tree, CO 80124

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Do you have mad curry cooking skills? Or just mad eating skills? Join the Japan Exchange & Teaching Alumni Association, Rocky Mountain Chapter, for our annual Shinnenkai: Curry Cook-Off Edition on February 8!

We decided to have this year's Shinnenkai be more interactive, if not a little competitive, with a curry cook-off - but don't worry, you don't have to cook a curry to attend - we need judges, too!

In addition to the curry, we'll provide sushi, salad, and drinks - including some delicious sips from Colorado Sake Company - and have some fun entertainment planned, like tea ceremony, karaoke, kakizome, prizes for best curries, and there's event a pool table. So RSVP today ($20/person) and bring your appetites! **we'll guarantee vegetarian and gluten-free options**

If you would like to enter a curry and receive a hefty discount on your ticket, please contact Cassie at vicepresident@jetaarockymountain.org for more details!

An RSVP is required. This event is $20 per person that covers attendance, drinks, and entertainment at the Camden Lincoln Station apartment complex, located at 10177 Station Way, Lone Tree, CO.

Please purchase your ticket through Eventbrite.

Please direct any additional questions to the JETAARM VP, Cassie Vander Meer (vicepresident@jetaarockymountain.org).

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Camden Lincoln Station Community Room

10177 Station Way

Lone Tree, CO 80124

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Refund policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organizer JETAA Rocky Mountain

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The Japan Exchange and Teaching Alumni Association of the Rocky Mountains (JETAARM) facilitates the US-Japan relationship through social, professional, and cultural activities in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.

Composed of former JET Programme participants, we promote fellowship among JET Programme alumni and people who show a vital interest in the JET Programme. JETAARM promotes mutual understanding and international exchanges between Japan and the United States through members’ experiences of living, working, and carrying out local activities in Japan.

RMJETAA not only supports the Consulate-General of Japan in Denver for JET related activities including recruitment, candidate selection, and orientation, but also organizes activities that provide JET alumni with opportunities for entertainment, friendship, and employment.

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