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Ikebana International Washington D.C.

April 13, 2019

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Ikebana International, Washington, DC, Chapter No.1, is a non-profit, cultural organization based in NOVA. Ikebana is Japan’s Flower Art. We are hosting an IKEBANA FOR KIDS Workshop, April 13, 2019, 1:00-2:30 pm at the U.S. National Arboretum. This is for kids 10-13 only The fee is $25 per child and registration is required to attend. The class will include a brief history of the art and cultural details of ikebana as they make their own arrangement to take home. A participation certificate will be distributed as well as Japanese snacks. Parents are invited to watch or they can view our Free Exhibition or watch a Free demonstration. The workshop will be taught by a certified Ikebana teacher. There will be a maximum of 25 children. Children will also learn a bit about the history and cultural of ikebana. Something for everyone! More information can be found on our website: www.iichapter.com

Resources: Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc), Other Homeschooling Event
Area served:Alexandria
State(s):Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC
Website:https://iichapter1.com/
Location:6217 Thornwood Drive, Alexandria, VA, USA

Ikebana International Washington D.C.

6217 Thornwood Drive, Alexandria, VA, USA

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