Arranged by Gayle Klaybor with found materials of horsetail and magnolia set in a metal geometric form.
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Peace and health through flowers y'all!
The second Tuesday of October, the 13th, will be our first scheduled program for the 20/21 year. Stay healthy y'all.
Classes in the art of Japanese Flower Arranging are currently held at the
Trini Mendenhall Community Center
1414 Wirt Road
That is the motto of Ikebana International. II is a world wide organization with over 265 chapters. We are a vibrant club and celebrated our 60th anniversary last year.
Our club logo is the cherry blossom.
Thanks to the members who volunteered for the board. It is our club and without members stepping forward and sharing the load we cannot grow.
Announcing our 2020-21 Houston Chapter #12 Board
Our next program is set for 10/13/20, at Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion. The event will be from 9:30 - 12:00. We look forward to installing the new II Board at that time.
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We have 2 levels of membership.
Membership at all levels supports the study of ikebana in Houston.
Houston is a great city to develop your interest in Japanese flower arranging. Five of the major ikebana schools have teachers offering classes and workshops in our city and surrounding areas. Join us for monthly programs or contact an ikebana teacher and start your lessons. Check out what we do in Class Arrangements.
See the arrangements members exhibit around Houston.
Travelling around North America? Chances are there is an II Chapter where you're going.
There are 69 II chapters in the North and Central American region. Click here to find out what chapters are doing in their cities. Enjoy the many ikebana virtual tours on their Facebook site.