BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20161112T000000Z DTEND:20161112T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong>Start your holiday shopping at the JAMsj Winter Boutiqu e</strong> \n Each year\, the Japanese American Museum of San Jose (JAMsj) holds its only annual fundraiser\, the JAMsj Winter Boutique. This year\, the boutique will be held on Saturday\, November 12\, at the newly remode led San Jose Buddhist Temple Betsuin\, 640 North Fifth Street\, in San Jos e. Museum members will have early entrance privileges\, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Those interested in becoming members that morning can also ente r at 9:00 am after purchasing their museum memberships. General public hou rs begin at 10:00 a.m.\, with the boutique closing at 3:30 p.m.\n\nAttende es should be prepared for a fantastic shopping experience featuring a wide variety of California artisans. This year&rsquo\; s merchandise includes many handmade arts and crafts\, including a wide array of Japanese-style g ift items such as clothing\, jewelry\, washi paper crafts\, and stationery . For more detail\, see the list of participating vendors below.\n\nFood a nd Silent Auction\n Aside from the merchandise\, be sure to check out the JAMsj refreshment center\, where you will find a delicious assortment ofta sty Japanese food.\n\nBe sure to purchase a ticket for the donation drawin gs and sign up for items in the annual silent auction. Thanks to all the d onors\, local businesses\, and artisans who have contributed to the silent auction this year.\n\nWe hope to see you at the JAMsj Winter Boutique on November. It will be a double whammy: raise money for JAMsj and start your Christmas shopping early!\n\nJAMsj Members (early entry): 9 a.m. - 3:00 p .m.\n General Public: 10 a.m. -&nbsp\;3:00 p.m.\n\n<strong><span style="te xt-decoration: underline\;">Artisan </strong>\n<strong><span style="text- decoration: underline\;">Merchandise Description </strong>\n\n6 Degrees o f Hapa\n\nScreen printed t-shirts featuring shaved ice\, spam musubi\, & quot\;hapa\,&quot\; handmade sterling silver and gold filled jewelry\n\nAs ian Pair\n\nOriginal messenger bags\, decorative boxes\, cell phone pouc hes\, cell charms\, cargo bags\, sewing kits\, cards\, paintings\n\nClassi c Hawaiian Designs\n\n14kt and 18kt gold\, platinum &amp\; silver Hawaiian heirloom jewelry\, Tahitian pearls\, books\, gifts\, etc.\n\nCreations by Emi\n\nHandmade jewelry using vintage and silk kimono fabrics\, polym er and others\n\nCynthia Sasaki Designs\n\nJewelry made with glass beads.& nbsp\; Swarovski crystals &amp\; pearls\, freshwater pearls\, Czech glas s beads.&nbsp\; Jewelry components are sterling and fine silver.&nbsp\; Fine silver pieces are handmade and kiln dried\n\nDesigns by Leslie\n\nS carves\, jewelry handmade with kimono &amp\; silk fabrics. All with a &q uot\;Japanese&quot\; feel\n\nDonna Tojo\n\nJapanese &amp\; Hawaiian print quilted towels\, pot holders\, casserole holders\, insulated bags\n\nEco systems of Hawaii\n\nEnclosed\, self-contained ocean ecosystems w/corals\, florals\, miniature shrimp from Hawaii\n\nGoo Enterprise\n\nRice bag sh orts &amp\; lounge pants\, adult &amp\; toddler bibs\, tote bags\, quilt s\n\nHarvest Land\n\nHand silk screened t-shirts\, tote bags\, bandanas \n\nHello Sushi Store\n\nSushi and other Asian food inspired merchandise\n \nHoshida Kimono\n\nSilk shibori scarves\, furoshikis\, new &amp\; vintage kimonos\, obis\, haoris\, accessories\n\nHSK Creations\n\nClothing and accessories created from or embellished with kimono &amp\; Japanese fabr ics\n\nKayoko Designs\n\nHand crafted jewelry made of Japanese rice paper &amp\; metal\n\nLeanne Nishita\n\nPersonalized Christmas ornaments\, jew elry\, quilted purses\, wall hangings\, upcycled succulent dish gardens\ , misc sewn items\n\nMiyoko Graphix\n\nOriginal graphic designs inspired b y Asian history &amp\; culture. Framed &amp\; unframed prints\, greeting cards and accessories\n\nModern M\n\nModern\, Asian and Hawaiian Greeting cards (handmade) Custom jewelry and scarves (not handmade)\n\nMorita Ar ts\n\nWatercolor &amp\; Sumi-e cards and prints\, origami\, washi paper &amp\; ribbon fish crafts and ornaments\, fused glass\n\nNatural Imitation s\n\nArtificial orchid/tropical arrangements\, leis\, bracelets\, hair c lips\, cologne\, eco bags\n\nPualani Beauty\n\nHawaiian bath and beauty\, sugar scrubs\, bath salts\, beauty oil\, dog wash\, lauhala gift boxes\n \nS &amp\; C Jewels\n\nHawaiian jewelry\, rose gold\, silver\, canary\, ma rcasite jewelry\, crystal jewelry\n\nSharon Ito\n\nFuroshiki bags\, Japa nese dolls\, kimonos for dolls\, aprons\, tote bags\n\nSmilin' From Ear to Ear\n\nAdult\, kids t's &amp\; baby rompers\, kitchen towels\, labels \, aprons\, totebags\n\nSumofish\n\nT-shirts with graffiti style Japanese designs\, decals\n\nWaka\n\nPurses\, clothing created from vintage kimonos and obis\, all are one of a kind\n\nWong Creations\n\nReversible placem ats &amp\; runners\, totes\, bibs\, fortune cookie ornaments &amp\; tree s\n\nYu Ai Kai\n\nHandmade crafts\, quilts\, wreaths made by seniors\n\nYu me Glass Art\n\nHandmade kiln formed fused glass jewelry.&nbsp\; Handmade kimono remake clothing. 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