The table below outlines the dates of our Level I and Level II lessons for the season beginning Nov. 2017 through April 2018. It also details our social events. Please look over the schedule and if you want more information for any lesson, click on the date to be directed to the page providing the lesson specifics for that date. To register for any classes use the registration form (click once more on the form that appears to enlarge and print it). Click here for a printable summary of all 2017-2018 lessons!
|Level I Lessons||Level II Lessons|
|Nov. 10 Fall Coffee|
|Nov. 15 - Shoka and Free Style||Nov. 29 - Tatehana by Stephanie English
Tatehana is a very simple and elegant design. Join in the fun!
|Dec. 13 - Value Free Style lesson - you will create one centerpiece design and one miniature and up to 2 other designs||No Level II in December|
|Jan. 17 - Shoka Two ways - We will create one right hand and one left hand Shoka arrangement.||Jan. 31 - Kiku isshiki
A rikka of all Mums. This is perfect for students of all levels to learn rikka!
|Jan 26 - Certificate luncheon |
Vanderbilt Country Club-Waterford Room
|Feb. 15-17 Ikebana International #160 exhibit|
Please sign up with (TBD) and let her know you will be making an arrangement.
|Feb. 21 - Rikka Shimputai with pre lesson on wiring and taping techniques||Feb. 28 - Modern Isshiki
A rikka of all carnations or glads or roses. Another starter Rikka for all levels!
|March 14 I.I #160 Luncheon with Sogetsu Riji designer, Susan Cano|
|March 21 - Visiting Professor workshop - Rikka Shimputai|
|March 28 - Two Shoka Shimputai designs|
|April 11 - Sanshuike Shoka and Free Style||April 18 - Shida no maeoki
Slightly more challenging Rikka
We arrive at 9AM and set up for class and make any necessary ginza purchases. The lesson begins at 9:30 and you are generally on your way home by 2PM and you have probably enjoyed your own bag lunch with us!