J-SEI Community | Care | Culture
We’re gearing up for our third annual Flavors of Spring tasting event—a benefit to support the Senior Center Lunch and Home Delivered Meal programs.
Join us for an evening of delightful tastes and sips from Bay Area restaurants, caterers, wineries, and microbreweries. A silent auction and live music throughout Julia Morgan designed Berkeley City Club will provide the perfect ambiance for a grown-up Friday night.
Individual tickets are $75 and can be purchased online at flavorsofspring2016.bpt.me.
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The J-Sei Board of Directors is very pleased to announce that the interior space is more than half renovated and we have raised over $1.4 million toward our $2.3 million goal!
If you would like a private tour, please call J-Sei at (510) 848-3560 and ask for Diane Wong, Executive Director.
Take a look at J-Sei's Oshogatsu luncheon ushering in the year 2016! Featuring special new year's foods, Sakura Kai taiko, and our very own ukulele class. Don't forget to check out our programs and classes for seniors.
Take a look at these highlights from J-Sei annual Christmas celebration luncheon at the J-Sei Senior Center in Berkeley, December 10, 2015—featuring arts and crafts, and a sing-along performance by our very own ukulele class.
Check out this slideshow from J-Sei's Novemeber 12th Thanksgiving Luncheon.
Check out some great highlights from the J-Sei "Over the Hill/Under the Rim" 3-on-3 co-ed basketball tournament!
Earlier this month, our seniors took a trip to a farm in Petaluma. Here are some of the highlights of their trip, as documented by George Nomura!
Thanks to all the volunteers and participants who again delivered another great Family Festival! Multiple generations having fun and keeping traditions alive.
J-Sei Home is a wonderful, Japanese assisted-living option in San Francisco Bay Area. The 14-bed licensed Residential-Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE) provides care based on Nikkei traditions with an emphasis on Japanese and Asian meals, engaging activities and a warm, supportive environment. Caring staff aims to please and the newly renovated home provides a comfortable living environment.
Come learn more about hour new home and how you can help us build an East Bay space for all ages and cultures.
Thanks to lead Flavors of Spring 2015 sponsor
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