• English for Parents starting soon!
    To register - Heidi Barkman: hbarkman@caj.ac.jp.
  • CAJ Fall Family Picnic, Nov. 3, 1-5 p.m.
    Bring your blanket and obento for an afternoon of fun.
  • Purchases left at Thrift Shop
    Did you purchase something on Friday and leave it?
  • 500th anniversary of the Reformation
    "Celebrate the Reformation" display in the library.
  • Lunch menu
    See the lunch calendar for lunches this month.
  • The Prince is Giving a Ball!
    Cinderella tickets on sale in the business office!
  • London School of Economics
    St. Mary's Int'l School, Oct. 24, 6-7:30pm
  • College visit - Biola University
    Atrium, lunch, 10/24 (Tue).
  • Hair & makeup help needed for Cinderella
    Enjoy doing hair or makeup? We need you!
  • College visit: Univ. of British Columbia
    Lunch, Rm. 109, Oct. 25 (Wed).
CAJ Community Bulletin
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Announcements

Purchases left at Thrift Shop

Did you purchase something on Friday at Thrift Shop and leave it behind? You can collect your purchase from the academic office.
Questions: pta@caj.ac.jp

Enneagram training 11/3. 4:00 - 6:00 ¥2000

Christiana Rice, author & speaker, offers training for personal, professional, & spiritual development using Enneagram. In this session you’ll explore the essence of the 9 Enneagram Types with the goal of helping each participant discern what their core Type is and what that means for their on going growth and development. E-mail afoxwell@caj.ac.jp for info
Questions: afoxwell@caj.ac.jp

College visit - Biola University

Come learn about Biola University, a Christian school in Los Angeles that offers 40 majors. Be sure to ask about the Torrey Honors Institute for academically outstanding students. Representatives will be in the atrium during lunch on Tuesday, Oct. 24.

College visit: University of British Columbia

The University of British Columbia (UBC) is a top-ranked public institution offering 250+ majors. Located in beautiful Vancouver and the Okanagan Valley in Canada, it is home to students from 151 countries. The diverse atmosphere on campus fosters a dynamic, open and welcoming learning environment. Lunch presentation, Rm. 109, Oct. 25 (Wed).

Hair & makeup help needed for Cinderella

Do you enjoy doing hair or makeup? We are looking for people to help do hair and makeup for Cinderella. It would involve helping five times during the week of Nov. 4–11 (two dress rehearsals and three performances). If you are interested or have any questions, please e-mail Julie Johnson at jujohnson@caj.ac.jp.

London School of Economics at St. Mary's

The London School of Economics and Political Science will have an evening session on Tuesday, October 24 at St. Mary's from 6:00-7:30 pm (library, 3rd floor). The session will cover UCAS, the UCAS personal statement, and LSE specific information. All students and parents are welcome to join—no RSVP required.

The Prince is Giving a Ball!

CAJ Drama presents Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella on Nov. 9 (Thurs.) at 4 pm, Nov. 10 (Fri.) at 7 pm, and Nov. 11 (Sat.) at 4 pm. Tickets on sale in the business office! Adult tickets are ¥1,000, and student tickets are ¥500. You won't want to miss this delightful musical with a lost glass slipper, a magical pumpkin, and a charming prince!

CAJ Fall Family Picnic, Nov. 3, 1-5 p.m.

Bring your own picnic blanket and obentos, and join us for an afternoon of fun and games for the whole family. There will be snacks for sale, activities for the whole family, as well as opportunities to catch up with CAJ leaders to find out more about what is going on at CAJ. We hope to see you there!
Questions: sban@caj.ac.jp

English for Parents starting soon!

Dear CAJ parents, we will be starting our English for Parents class for this year soon! This is a free, interactive class offered to parents who are interested in learning and practicing English in a supportive environment. For more information or if you would like to register, please contact Heidi Barkman.
Questions: hbarkman@caj.ac.jp

Library display: 500 Years of Protestantism

Five hundred years ago this month Martin Luther posted 95 reasons why he disagreed with certain practices of the Church in a public place in Wittenberg, Germany. His effort to reform the Roman Catholic Church ended up starting what became known as the Reformation. On display this month in the library are books about Luther and the Reformation and its legacy.
Questions: gblair@caj.ac.jp

Lunch menu

See the lunch calendar for lunches this month.
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