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$85 for 4 sessions. The price of the flowers is included, however, additional supplies needed will cost extra or you have the option to bring your own scissors, flat vase, and frog.
Come and learn the beautiful art of flower arranging! Ikebana, one of the traditional arts of Japan, has been practiced for over 600 years. This art form emphasizes the importance of balance and form, every flower and branch used is carefully placed to create the perfect arrangement. Although you will learn the careful techniques of this craft, you will also be able to add your own unique style to your arrangement to truly make it your own.
This is a great class for spouses' groups and those looking to enjoy friendly conversation.
*STUDENTS MUST REGISTER 2 DAYS PRIOR TO BEGINNING THE CLASS*
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