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Ikebana Design (corrected)

Updated: Jun 16, 2023




Tuesday, June 20, beginning at 2:00, (not 2:30 as previously written) in the Arlington Commons Wellness Ctr.


Presenters: Carol Fay and Kim Eng Yeo


Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging uses branches, leaves, blossoms and other plant materials to express emotions and symbolic meaning. The program will describe the basics on how color, line, form and structure in an arrangement enhances the beauty of the plant materials. You will be shown how to cut branches and flowers, measure angles and space for the correct placement of plant materials in a container. If you would like to design an arrangement, bring a container, a frog (if you have one), flowers and greenery from your garden.

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