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Fall Ikebana Festival

November 16 @ 9:30 am - November 24 @ 5:00 pm

$5 – $15

Enjoy the beauty of dozens of signature floral compositions highlighting the wide breadth of flower arrangement styles in one of Japan’s most cherished art forms, during our Fall 2019 Ikebana Floral Festival.
As we do each year, we open the Gardens to the talented adepts of five different schools of Ikebana practice. The result: elegant floral displays throughout our grounds and buildings that reflect the harmony, discipline, and refinement of traditional Japanese flower arranging.
The festival runs from Saturday, November 16 through Sunday, November 24. Admission is $15 for adults and $5 for children ages three to 15, and includes entry to the entire Gardens, Museum, and Art Gallery.

Details

Start:
November 16 @ 9:30 am
End:
November 24 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
$5 – $15
Website:
http://www.yumegardens.org/fall-ikebana-floral-festival/

Venue

Yume Japanese Gardens of Tucson
2130 N. Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ 85712
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Phone:
(520) 303-3945
Website:
http://www.yumegardens.org/
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