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September 06 - November 29, 2023


Hockessin Recreation Center • 7259 Lancaster Pike HockessinDE  19707 Organized by New Castle County
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Ikebana or the Japanese art of arranging flowers, has its origins in the native Japanese religion, Shinto. In Shinto, all natural things are respected because they are homes to spirits. Ikebana values discipline, the concept of peace, knowledge or rules and style, artistic insight, and an idealized approach to nature. It focuses on a wider and deeper understanding and respect for the nature of the materials used in Ikebana while attaching great importance to feelings and reason. The Sogetsu practitioner uses natural plant materials to create beauty using our own personalities and spirits.

Join us Wednesdays, September 6 through November 29, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Instructor is Sima Sariaslani. Class fee is $15/per class, payable to the instructor.
If you need more information, please call Sima at 302-898-5555 or email simasariaslani@hotmail.com


Hockessin Rec Center Carpeted Room at Hockessin Recreation Center


September 06 - November 29, 2023

1:30 PM to 3:30 PM


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Ages 18-255 · Co-Ed


Hockessin Recreation Center

7259 Lancaster Pike HockessinDE  19707

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