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To help the JET family create a bond with First Nations people and culture, JETAA Q/A has organized, for the second year running, with the support of the Montreal JET Desk, a visit to the local community of Odanak for a culture-sharing session hosted by Abenaki Anthropologist Nicole O’Bomsawin.
For its seventeenth edition, the JETAA Q/A Book Club will delve into Kazuki Kaneshiro’s Go!
It’s izakaya time!
Are you in need of some homemade sweets before Valentine’s Day? Need a mid-winter pick-me up? Then, we have the perfect event for you on the afternoon of Saturday, February 9: The Black Sesame Bake-Off! It’s a friendly JETAA Q/A Bake-Off using Black Sesame as the featured ingredient. Join us one afternoon to familiarize yourself with simple baking recipes using black sesame, enjoy delicious desserts, and sip heart-warming green tea at the same time!
Dear JETAA Québec/Atlantique Members,
Happy New Year! We wish you health, success, and happiness in 2019, and look forward to seeing you at our events this year!
For its sixteenth edition, the JETAA Q/A Book Club will delve into Hiro Arikawa’s International Bestseller, The Travelling Cat Chronicles!
The JETs have returned! May the party be with us once more!
The fifteenth edition of the JETAA Q/A book club will feature a special guest: translator Jodie Beck will be present to discuss her work on the evening’s chosen book!
The 2018 Montreal Off-Weekend Orientation for Departing JETs and JET Hopefuls will take place on July 14 and 15 at Thomson House.