NYBG Passes, Hawaii, Music and Dinner Cruise

The Japanese Chamber of Commerce still has corporate passes to the NYBG. These passes are only valid until the end of June, and has all access to the garden. Starting from this Sunday, May 19, visitors can see their newest exhibit, “Georgia O’Keeffe: Visions of Hawaii” which will run till the end of October. This exhibition will showcase sceneries and landscapes that inspired O’Keeffe in her paintings. More than 15 of her paintings on Hawaii will be shown as well. Make use of your free admission with our pass!

Speaking of Hawaii, our upcoming 15th Annual Music and Dinner Cruise which will be held on July 17, will focus on the theme, Hawaii. We will feature Polynesian dancers and surround the venue with soothing traditional Hawaiian music. We plan to make this a paradise within a city. Save the date. More details to come in the upcoming months ahead.

We are still accepting sponsors for the event. The logos of sponsoring companies will be placed on cruise registration flyers, in the programs, and even aboard the cruise. Proceeds will benefit the Japanese Educational Institute of New York (JEI), a longstanding educational provider in the tri-state area since 1975 and operates the Japanese School of NY, The NJ Japanese School, and the Japanese Weekend School of NJ. Sponsorships will be tax deductible. 

Details:

Platinum Sponsor: $2,500— Includes 6 complimentary dinner cruise tickets.

Gold Sponsor: $1,500–Includes 4 complimentary dinner cruise tickets.

We also welcome prize donations for our raffle.

For interest in our sponsorship or NYBG passes, please contact us at info@jcciny.org or 212-246-8001 and please mention the referral from the JCCI Blog.

 

 

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