Oya No Kai's mission is to enhance the level of cultural education in the Japanese Dual Language Immersion Program. We support student success by fostering a robust intern program that supports our teachers, by creating opportunities for students to experience Japanese culture directly through cultural exchanges, and by organizing community events. It is our hope that when our students graduate, they will be better prepared and more knowledgeable of the world around them. Please join us for a terrific evening that supports our children becoming global citizens.
Date: Saturday, April 16, 2022
Time: 7 p.m.-8 p.m.
Location: Virtual! Join us from the comfort of your home!
Cost: FREE! If you pre-registered for a ticket, please check your email on April 15. If you did not pre-register, you can still join us by clicking Signup.
Delivered Bento Option: If you miss having a meal with friends at the auction, you can order an exquisite bento dinner for two, plus a bottle of wine, from the kitchen of Chef Naoko, and we will deliver it to your door. Dinners must be purchased by midnight April 8 and will be delivered the afternoon of April 16. Meals are limited, so order yours soon!
IPad Raffle Option: Thanks to the generosity of Mt. Tabor JDLI families, we have two iPads for the raffle, so you have two chances to win! Purchase your raffle tickets by midnight on April 15. Two winners will be drawn at the Virtual Live Auction.
Silent Auction: The silent auction opens on April 8, 2022. View the catalog and place your bids for the silent auction here.
Oya No Kai’s Online Store is open for orders of T-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, and totes featuring our new 2022 design. Items will be shipped to you, fully contact-free! This year’s design, by JDLI parent Micah Kassell, features the "Koi of Preserverance". The Koi Carp is a symbol of luck, prosperity, good fortune, strength and perserverence in the face of adversity.