J-SEI Community | Care | Culture
Bay Area restaurants showcase their delicious food and wineries and microbreweries provide tastings in the elegant Julia Morgan-designed Berkeley City Club for our 4th annual Flavors of Spring. Join us for this pleasurable Friday evening with live jazz and an extensive silent auction.
Please let us know of anyone in the food, wine and beer industry who would be interested in participating in this event. In addition, we are seeking business sponsors interested in gaining exposure to over 2,000 households at this event and throughout the year. Please call Diane at (510) 654-4000 or email Diane@j-sei.org with your contacts!
Help J-Sei celebrate our collective efforts to move into our new building and to expand our senior services and cultural programs. To commemorate this important event we will hold a special ritual, the KAGAMIWARI (cask-breaking ceremony). Live entertainment from taiko, ukulele and odori groups, a presentation of senior art work and products from J-Sei classes will fill our time together.
Call us at 510-654-4000 for more information or to RSVP. RSVPS required by May 5.
J-Sei is pleased to announce our move into our new Emeryville home, where we now offer expanded programs and services. Whether you're interested in learning a new dance, hearing a lecture, or having a meal with friends, we have all of that for you in our new expanded space. Please drop by for a visit or sign up for one of our many programs.
For a full list of upcoming programs, events, and classes, visit our full calendar.
Thanks to the generous support of more than 400 donors, the J-Sei board is thrilled to announce that we’ve met our $2.3 million goal to renovate J-Sei’s new building and expand services and programs. Join us for a Community Celebration on the afternoon of Saturday May 13 from 1:00 to 4:00. Please call (510) 654-4000 to RSVP and ensure your place.
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.