Ikebana , the Art of Japanese Flower Arranging

In Person and On-Line Classes for Fall 2022.

Click the  Sign Up button below for dates, topic and Edmonton locations.

Current Guidelines for In Person Classes

  • N95 masks  mandatory inside the facility during a visiting professor workshop, otherwise optional
  • Assist with set up and cleaning protocols as required

New Member Information: Getting Started

Getting Started at the Edmonton Japanese Community Association:  6750 88 Street NW

Getting Started at the Jewish  Seniors Centre: 10052-117 St. NW

Members from other Ikenobo Chapters or Study Groups are Welcome to Participate via Zoom when available, or in Person if Visiting the Edmonton Area

Supporting (Visiting) Members Information and Registration

Class RegistrationSign Up!

  • Sign up through the on-line system
  • Review material for classes: The class lesson videos, notes and helpful hints are posted in our Members section.

Regular In person classes: arrangements are made in class. Material is provided at the classes for $25 per class.

Rikka Classes: market price to cover costs of flower materials

Demonstrations, Workshops (Online or In person), Private Lessons

Please contact us if you have questions or to book a demonstration, workshop or individual lesson.


5 Responses to Welcome

  1. Jessie haynes says:

    Lovely arrangements. It makes me feel nostalgic for the time when I studied this beautiful art.

  2. Brenda J. says:

    Jessie, it is thanks to you Jean-Marcel discovered ikebana and is now able to share his passion for this art with others. We even started bringing arrangements to Westwood this Spring, which always makes us think of you.

  3. epiercey says:

    I am very interested to know about spring and fall courses that you offer for the current year. I very much enjoy indoor growing, orchid growing and outdoor design. I would like to know more about the essence of Ikebana. Please let me know of upcoming sessions and costs.
    Thank you very much
    Elaine Piercey

  4. Pat Kuffler says:

    Happy to hear hear that my hometown has such an active Ikebana, ikenobo Chapter, “Friendship through flowers.

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