English Cafe

No November English Cafe but we have an Early December English Cafe!

Hello everyone! We hope your week is going well!

Unfortunately, Charity Akita will not be running a November English Cafe. 😒 But! we have booked an early December English Cafe! πŸŽ„
It will be on the 4th of December at ALVE in the yoshitsu (western style) room on the 4th floor!

This English Cafe will also be the last for this year! Time has gone by fast!
If you were wanting your English Cafe fix for this month, why not sign up for our Thanksgiving Potluck? There is no entry fee, and it’s not necessary to bring food, so why not come for a chat and a nice meal?

Sign up for the Thanksgiving Potluck here

We hope to see you either next month for English Cafe or at our Thanksgiving Potluck! πŸ¦ƒ

– The Charity Akita Team

FAQ

What is English Cafe?
English Cafe is a free service provided by Charity Akita. We rent a room in the ALVE building once a month for people to play games, chat, and have fun.

What do I need for English Cafe?
You only need to bring yourself. English Cafe is free. We have our own games, so you do not have to bring any. If you want to bring something, please bring friends!

What COVID safety measures are used in English Cafe?
We will check your temperature, provide hand sanitizer, ventilate the room, and record a COVID contact tracing sheet. Masks are required for English Cafe.

Do I need perfect English to join English Cafe?
No. All English abilities and languages are welcome. We welcome people from all nationalities and backgrounds.

Who can attend English Cafe?
All ages are welcome, and we play games for almost all age groups. We often meet elementary, junior high, high school, university students, and adults alike.

Where can I park?
Please check Akita Station’s accessibility maps for parking garages near the ALVE building. We cannot offer parking discount or refund tickets.

Can I come to English Cafe if I don’t live within Akita City?
Everyone within Akita Prefecture is welcome. Please check guidelines on local and prefectural government websites to best follow COVID safety recommendations.

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