2017-2019 Events

Upcoming Events Information

Origami Workshop: December 13th,  2018
Workshop will begin at 9:30am with reception, 10:00am, short meeting, 10:15-12:00pm Workshop.
12:00pm. Participants are welcome to stay and work on what they have learned from 1:00pm-3:00pm. You will be able to 
ask questions and get assistance from the teachers, Amy Whetsel and TerukoTezuka.
If you are staying, bring your box lunch.
Orizuru (Crane) Origami Folding from 10:15am-11:00am. 
Kusudama Ball Origami Folding from 11:00am-12:00pm.    Call us if you have questions: 910-791-2308 or email:
mwillfont@gmail or Amy at: amywhetsel@aol.com 

Previous Events: 2017-2018

Beverly Maurer at her Workshop, 2017 3rd Term Master, Ohara School.

Beverly Maurer with Mary Lee Hawse. 
Both members give private class, contact them by email, if interested.
M. Hawse:mlhawse@icloud.com for Ikenobo & B. Maurer: bevwilm@bellsouth.net for Ohara.

Ohara Workshop with Sensei Jose Salcedo October, 2017

In 2017, Ohara Workshop took placed on October 26 & 27th at Church of the Servant, Episcopal Church in Wilmington, NC.
COS was a perfect place for the Workshop. Big Windows, with beautiful natural lighting streaming in.
Most of the participants were very impressed and all had a fantastic time (according to their comments).
Click below for more photos.

Sensei Salcedo has studied with grandmaster Reiko Kawamura of the Ohara School in Los Angeles for over 30 years, and we look forward to his next visit hopefully in the fall of this year.
He accepted the Presidency of the Los Angeles Ikebana International Chapter, in 2015.
He is a 1st term Master of the Ohara School, the highest held Master Degree.


Ohara Workshop Oct. 26th-27th, 2017 at Church of the Servant Click Here for Photos!
Check our meetings & programs for this year's Workshops to get Jose Salcedo's Ohara Workshop for this coming October.

Sensei Muriel Scrivner's workshops are always well received, a must for all Ikenobo style lovers. 
Sensei Muriel Scrivner
"Ikenobo's History encompasses both the traditional and the modern and the two continually interacting 
to encourage new development in today's Ikebana".
(photos of event to follow)

MaryLee Hawse, Assistant Professor, 3rd Grade of the Ikenobo School, at one of her demonstrations.

Mary Lee at one of her Demonstration at Church of the Servant.

Ikenobo School Free Style Miniature Arrangements from one of our Exhibitions.