Ikebana is the Japanese art of floral arrangement dating back to the 7th century. This program will demonstrate the art form through demonstrations. Participants will then create their own floral arrangement to bring home. Please bring your clippers!
- Friday, April 13
- 10am-12pm, FGCU Kapnick Center room 124 at Naples Botanical Garden
- $35 Members / $40 Non-Members (limit 20)
Kathleen Hawryluk, an award-winning floral designer and member of Naples Garden Club and Gulf Coast Garden Club, served for three years as Chair of the Naples Flower Show which is held in March each year. Two of these shows won awards at the state and national level. She is an accredited National Garden Club Flower Show Judge, former President of Naples Ikebana International #160, immediate past Director of Florida Federated Garden Club’s District IX, Secretary of CFAA (Creative Floral Artists of America), certified Judges Flower Show School Design Instructor, and a certified Sogetsu Instructor (Ikebana). She will serve as the 2nd Vice President of the Florida Federated Judges Council for 2017-2019. Kathleen has been honored to be chosen to chair the Florida State Flower Show in 2018, which will be held in April in St. Augustine. Kathleen teaches and gives floral demonstrations all over the country and in Nassau, Bahamas. Kathleen is known as the designer ‘in the tent’ at the annual Naples Flower Show in March, where she does simple and quick designs for non-professionals and gives the designs away to lucky attendees.
Registration for Lifelong Learning programs can be completed in person at the Chabraja Visitor Center or online via these links:
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Certain programs fill up quickly and we accept registration on a first come, first served basis. Register early to ensure your program is not cancelled due to low enrollment. If a cancellation is required a refund will be issued.
Questions? Call us at 239.325.1354 or email us at LLL@naplesgarden.org.
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.