Day Two:Enjoy Ikenobo style Flower arranging Demonstration by teacher from Japan

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Toshiko Kobiki is coming from Japan to demonstrate the Ikenobo-style of Japanese Flower Arranging. She holds advanced certification from the Ikenobo School and travels the world teaching the beauty of Ikenobo. Ikenobo is the first original style of Japanese Flower Arranging. She will be in Boston for 2 days. On day One, she will teach students in a classroom setting how to make beautiful Ikenobo-style Japanese Flower Arrangements. It will be a hands on class where we will be provided with flower material and have the opportunity to make 2 arrangements. The teacher will critique/correct our arrangements. There will be a morning session and an afternoon session. It begins at 9:30am and will end at 3pm. Bring your own lunch. Coffee and Tea will be provided.

On day Two, she will hold an Ikenobo Demonstration where she will show how to make many different Ikenobo-style arrangements. This will be a Demo only. No class. It begins at 9:30am and ends at Noon. You do not need to attend both days. You can choose which you prefer. This is a fantastic opportunity to see a highly regarded and amazingly talented Ikenobo Japanese-style Flower Arranging teacher in Boston! Hope you can attend! Please RSVP as soon as possible if you are attending the Flower Class, as we need to order flowers for you. She is charging $50 for the hands on class. Her cost for the Demonstration only day is $20. This program is sponsored by Ikebana International.

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