Raymond K. Nakamura
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Hastings Park Walking Tour

I was relieved that the rain stopped just as I started leading a walking tour for a group of home schoolers from Langley on the incarceration of Japanese Canadians in Hastings Park 75 years ago. The Momiji garden was very colorful with the leaves changing colour. We looked at historic panels set up near the four buildings still standing from that time: the Auditorium where they did school, the Forum where the men slept, Rollerland where the boys (including my father) slept, and the Livestock buildings where the women and children stayed and the hospital was set up.