May 30 is “Go-Mi- Zero” day in Japan (5=Go, 3-Mi, 0=Zero, Gomi=waste, garbage), and a great opportunity to think about nature and keep neighbourhood beaches clean.
This event is part of UMIGOMI ZERO WEEK (https://uminohi.jp/umigomi/zeroweek/).
- Wear gloves
- Wear something blue (to note Umigomi Zero Week). Not compulsory.
In case of rain, the event will be canceled. No volunteer certificate will be issued for this event.
Contact Mayu at +81 50 54696440 with questions.
This event is part of OIST SDGs Initiative.
BeActive Fitness Classes
June Schedule - Registration now open
Via the Link
Come buy and sell your 2nd hand things.
No registration required.
Grab a table from Conference Center Meeting Room 4.
Put back your table at the end.
Q: What is the difference between a ukulele player and a savings bond?
A: One will mature and make money.
If you've never sung "Closing Time" to an audience of hermit crabs have you ever really lived?
Join us next week on Tuesday, April 18th in seaside lounge from 18:30!
You can't spell "Ukulele Club" without U! And also "bulk eel cul" but that's harder to interpret.
In this meeting we will discuss the proper method to cook and eat a soprano ukulele.