Public Programs

NJAHS provides on-going, multi-day programs including workshops for genealogy, writing & art, oral history sessions, docent training, collection days, preservation classes, and “best-ever” NJAHS Discovery Summer Camp.

Summer Camps @ Bldg. 640 Presidio of San Francisco

TIME & Place: TEEN Writers Camp  NEW
July 10 – July 21, 2017, two weeks
$550 / student.
Scholarships available.
Entering 9th – 12th grades.

Step inside Bldg. 640, a secret training site, to begin your investigation into the adventurous past. Discover Japanese American history and stories that have taken place at this special place.

Email: melissa@njahs.org  phone: 415-921-5007

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NJAHS Discovery Summer Camp:

Grades 1 – 5, ages 5 – 11. 10AM – 4PM, M – F.
$300/ student
Sibling discounts, scholarships, and early bird specials.

Discover Japanese American culture  through a fun-filled, active & creative  camp experience. Weekly themed activities focus on an West meets East cultural arts introduction. Mindful meditation and nature walks throughout the Presidio. Email njahs@njahs.org

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Japantown Cultural and Historical Walking Tour

Throughout the year by request
REQUEST A GROUP TOUR

A guided tour through San Francisco Japantown with an emphasis on the history and culture of the Japanese American community in San Francisco.

MIS Historic Learning Center Docent Led Tour

Throughout the year by request
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A docent led tour of the original home of the Fourth Army Intelligence School Building 640 in the Presidio of San Francisco. The tour focuses on immigration, incarceration, military service, and post war occupation.

Genealogy Workshops

2-3 times a year
Free introductory workshop on genealogical research and family histories. Reservations required for participation.