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  Programming for the FY16 Calendar is in the works... Please check back for updates

Friday-Sunday October 9-11, 2015

Exhibition by Members and Koto Performance

Opening Reception & Koto Performance- October 9, 6-8pm.

Original composition performance by Kento Iwasaki (koto) and Hirona Amamiya (violinist). www.kentomusic.com

    $40 members | $45 non-members

Pre-registration required

Flower display will be open to public until Sunday October 11

At :          The Kitano Hotel (www.kitano.com
                66 Park Avenue at 38th St, NYC



Thursday, December 3, 2015 (updated)

Demonstration by Yoko Ikura, Sogetsu School

& Ginza Bazaar

At :          The Japanese American Association
                49 West 45th St., 11th Floor

11:00am Ginza Bazaar |12 noon Luncheon |1:00pm Demonstration
Homemade O-bento Lunch

Fee and Registration: - click here



Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Annual Culture Program: Omotesenke Tea Ceremony

At :          The KeiSui-An Tea House
                889 Broadway, NYC

Lunch from 12pm | Program 1pm
Fees: tbd



Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 tentative

Demonstration by Paula Tam. Ikenobo School

At :          The Japanese American Association
                49 West 45th St., 11th Floor

Lunch from 12pm | Program 1pm
Fees: tbd

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Annual Luncheon/General Meeting & Auction

At :          The Larchmont Yacht Club
                1 Woodbine Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538

Lunch and Meeting: 11:30-3pm

Spring 2016

Annual Ikebana International New York Flower Exhibition

at Metropolitan Museum of Art - Japanese Galleries, 1000 Fifth Avenue, NYC

www.metmuseum.org .


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Just $90 a year/membership* includes 3 issues of Ikebana International Magazine. Dues postmarked AFTER the June 1st deadline are $100. Memberships also include free admission to all programs except where additional fees apply.  For open meetings, non-members are welcome, but typically pay an additional fee. *The New York Chapter keeps only $10 from dues.
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Bad Weather?  Will the program take place?

If N.Y.C. public schools are closed, we will reschedule our program.
You can check school closings by listening to the radio stations
WINS 1010 AM, WOR 710 AM or go to www.wor710.com and click on "CLOSINGS".

You can also watch NY1 or check http://schools.nyc.gov/.

The program schedule for the next fiscal year is posted at the end of the summer.

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