Helen Fukuhara, a second-year participant in the Keiro Arts Showcase, has found joy in being surrounded by music and art throughout her life. Read about Helen’s journey with art, her involvement with the Braille Institute, and her experience participating in our annual arts showcase.

Keiro no Hi Fine Arts Showcase submissions are due

We invite everyone in Our Community, age 60 or older, to create and express themselves through different forms of art. Submitted artwork will be displayed on Keiro’s website.

Theme: Tsunagari – Connection
Submission Deadline: Friday, July 29th | 5:00 p.m. PDT

Enjoy our photo highlights from recent events as Keiro continues to go back to in-person programs and activities in Our Community!
June 29, 2022

Keiro, in collaboration with Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, hosted individuals from Venice Japanese Community Center to enjoy cultural arts and meals.
July 13, 2022

Keiro staff assisted residents with technology questions including how to use FaceTime, taking and sharing photos, and more!
July 19, 2022

Keiro participated in a session of Kizuna’s annual summer camp. Staff led campers in an aging empathy workshop to help them learn ways to better connect with older adults.
“I feel grateful for the opportunity to touch [the older adults’] lives in such a meaningful way. It reignites my passion for serving older adults in our community.” – Beverly Ito
Keiro interviewed Beverly Ito, a long-time staff member who returned to work for Keiro in September of 2021. She shared her experience caring for residents throughout and now beyond the August 2021 closure of Sakura ICF. Nearing the one-year mark, we asked Beverly why she remains committed to caring for older adults, and how she hopes to continue supporting residents into the future.

As we make our return to in-person programs for the community, we will take a short break in August to restructure our current programs. 

Keiro is preparing to present newly reimagined educational programming for older adults focused on five elements of quality of life. We look forward to sharing these exciting changes to our in-person and virtual programs that will launch in September.

Stay tuned for more information!
Keiro is proud to host the 5th annual
Keiro no Hi Festival at four local community organizations in Pasadena, Gardena, Cerritos, and Venice. The festival will feature a complimentary bento, gift bag, crafts, live entertainment, and more. Registration is required, and capacity will be limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. COVID safety policies will be enforced.

For those unable to attend the in-person gathering, a limited number of mailed gift packages are available to order.

Registration for Cerritos has reached
capacity as of July 20th.
How long has it been since you last reached out to an older adult whom you’re close to? While the pandemic may have limited interactions we have with others, it is important to stay connected to your loved ones. Learn about the benefits of intergenerational connections and tips for keeping your connections strong.

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