Outdoors | Recreation,
Learn the Japanese art of flower arranging. This Ikebana art form features lines and spaces using flowers, leaves and branches. The containers are simple, serene yet sophisticated. Ikebana represents life in nature and the purpose is to express tranquility and peace. Come participate in an art form that is as timely today as was when it began over 550 years ago. $65 materials fee will be collected by the instructor on the first class meeting.