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April Workshop

On Sunday, April 24, 2022, the workshop by Ohara School and Mrs. Satsuki Palter is scheduled. We will be making an Ohara Moribana style arrangement. Read more about Satsuki below>>

  • Theme: Ohara Moribana

  • Instructor: Satsuki Palter

  • Date: April 24, 2022

  • Location: Palm Room at the Los Angeles Arboretum - 301 N Baldwin Ave, Arcadia, CA 91007

  • Time: Pre-meeting social time will begin at 9:30am with coffee, tea and light refreshments; the meeting/workshop starts at 10:00 am.

  • To attend, complete and submit this registration form by Wednesday, April 20, 2022 >>

  • Please register for this workshop by completing this form and returning it to Michiyo Nakamura with your registration fee. As always, you are welcome to bring a friend to any of our workshops at the non-member registration fee.


  • Members $25

  • Non-Members $35

Workshop Supplies & Materials

  • Vase/vessel/Container: Bring your own – flat shape, 12 – 13 inch diameter. oval, round, or rectangular

  • Kenzan: Bring your own – for oval vase, 1 large kenzan for a round or rectangular vase, 2 large kenzan. Must be large kenzan - small kenzan won’t work

  • Flower Scissors: Bring your own

  • Materials: Will be provided

Membership Badges Required

We previously distributed I. I. membership cards and badge holders to all members. Please remember that you have to wear your badge when you come to the Arboretum for any Chapter event or you may be charged an entrance fee. We kindly ask that you follow the Arboretum’s COVID protocol rules – all members/guests must be fully vaccinated, wear a mask at all times while on Arboretum grounds, and wear an Ikebana International ID badge.

About Satsuki Palter

Satsuki Palter is a Sub-Grandmaster of Ohara Ikebana with over 38 years’ experience as an ikebana artist. She is president of the Ohara Los Angeles Chapter, and past president of Ikebana International LA Chapter. She has performed ikebana demonstrations, workshops and exhibitions at the Getty Museum, LA County Museum, Japanese American National Museum, and Anime Expo, and teaches workshops throughout the country. Born and raised in Kobe, Japan, Satsuki also teaches Japanese tea ceremony. Visit her Instagram page to connect with her directly >>


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