Ikebana Demonstration & Garden Luncheon
Time & Location
About the Event
Sally Pai Unruh demonstrates the ancient art of Ikebana.
Dating back to the 6th century as a ritual offering of flowers to the Buddha, the Japanese art of Ikebana aims to bring out the inner qualities of flowers to express humanity and emotion.
Arrangements will be available for purchase and a special raffle gift for attendees.
Hosted by Cindy Leuty Jones at her home on Moraga Drive
Date: Wednesday, June 2nd
Time: 11:15 am to 1:30 pm
Exclusive to BHWC Members
Limited to 14 Attendees.
Must be vaccinated.
All proceeds benefit the BHWC.
Please arrive promptly at 11:15 as demonstration begins at 11:30.
Luncheon held outdoors - hats are recommended.