Love Nature? Things Japanese? Flowers? TRY Fun Creative Japanese Flower Arranging!
Time to try a hands on Ikebana (Japanese Flower Arranging) Class! Join us on April 16th at 6pm.
Ikebana is EXTREMELY popular in Japan! You can become a black belt in this. The Headmasters of Japanese Flower Arranging are men. It is also VERY creative, fun and relaxing.
So let's try it in Boston! We are lucky that the President of Ikenobo Boston will teach the Japanese Flower Arranging Class. He's a Scientist by Day. "Ikebana" (Japanese Flower Arranging) Teacher by nite.
To learn more about Japanese Flower Arranging see http://www.IkenoboAmerica.com
IMPORTANT: The Instructor REQUIRES Payment in ADVANCE. (for payment info please see below)
J. Padilla-Zamudio was studying science in Japan when he encountered "Ikebana" (Japanese Flower Arranging). He immersed himself in it and promptly got a black belt in it. Now he's made himself available to show us how it is done!
Hope to make this a recurring Monthly Meetup Event. Come and join us! Please make sure to RSVP as the Instructor needs to venture to the Boston Flower Market---very very early in the morning before work-- to buy us fresh flower material. The cost is a modest $35 which covers the flower material + instruction. (and saves you from going to the Flower Market in the wee hours of the morning...)
For more info and payment please JOIN and RSVP and PAY to the Japanese Flower Arranging Meetup at http://www.Meetup.com/Japanese-Flower-Arranging OR send me your PRIVATE email so that I can send you a PAYPAL Invoice. ( it is NOT possible to pay via Culture Vultures)
The location for the class is conveniently located in downtown Boston. It is near TD Garden and Haymarket. Use the North Station Orange Line or Green Line OR the Haymarket Orange Line or Green Line. The address is: 123 North Washington Street. There is on street parking. The Class will be held in the downstairs Meeting Room. Please ring the bell if you are late.
Hope to see you there! Please bring scissors. Garden shears or kitchen shears are best. And a paper shopping bag in which to carry your flowers home.
PLEASE NOTE: You can join as many classes as you like. The Instructor will bring DIFFERENT Flowers each month + Learn a New Technique. You learn at your own pace with the patient guidance of our kind Instructor.