Festival Postponed to Monday, October 14th
Dear Seisen Community,
The current weather forecast predicts that the typhoon will hit Tokyo on Oct. 12th, Saturday with the effects of the weather continuing until Sunday morning. Given the logistics involved in set up, the unpredictability of the effects of the typhoon, and ultimately the importance of personal safety at the event, it has been decided to postpone the Festival until Monday October 14th, from 10am - 4pm.
We understand this may impact the schedules of those planning to be involved on the original date and we will do our best to accommodate requests you may have as a result of this change.
The Administration of Seisen International School and the Seisen Parents' Association would like to thank everyone for their kind understanding and continuous support for the Festival of Nations.
Head of School
Kana Sato Masako Tanaka
Seisen Festival Of Nations Committee
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