We hope you find the web site updates useful. The new Members section is meant to give all members easy access to the demonstration videos and notes so you can practice on your own, and participate in the online sessions whenever possible.
Plans under consideration:
Offering pre-ordered bundles of flower material for pick up.
Organizing online special workshops with guest teachers.
Providing an online beginners series.
Do let us know if you are interested in these possibilities or if you are having difficulties accessing the Members section or online classes.
Also stay tuned for notice of our Annual General Meeting. We will need to do that sometime soon.
As we start out Fall season we hope you will be inspired by these pictures from our May and August workshops with visiting professors from Japan and France. Follow the links below for more pictures and information.
We were delighted to have our advanced students start off the new year with their first Rikka shofutai class. Everyone rose to the challenge with patience and good humour. Next class for this group is February. 23.
Regular classes resume in March for both locations. Check the calendar for times, dates, and topics.
How quickly the time has flown. Another season of ikebana classes have finished and we thank all our students for their enthusiastic participation and support. We also offer great appreciation and thanks to our treasurer, Jacqueline, and our host venues: the Edmonton Japanese Community Association and the Edmonton Jewish Seniors’ Drop In Centre. We look forward to continuing to be part of your programming in the upcoming year.
Regular classes will resume in March. Please check the calendar on the home page for dates and topics. We are also excited to be starting Rikka classes with our more experienced students. Dates and times will be emailed. Stay tuned.
Save the dates: May 22 & 23, 2019 Visiting Professor Workshops
New to ikebana? Interested in classes? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We invite you to enjoy the freestyle/jiyuka arrangements from classes in October and November 2018, posted below.
Best wishes of the season and we look forward to seeing you in the New Year,