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Ikebana International Monthly Meetings are held in the hall on the second Tuesday of the month February - November from 10.00am - 12.30pm. Visitors are most welcome.


               Ikebana International Melbourne can be contacted via email on              More information is available on their                   website:


Tuesday 13th     10.30 am    TUC

Guest speaker: Saori Kojima a business woman who studied Health Science at University in Japan. Saori will discuss the ingredients of Japanese food that make it so healthy. Saori will have a range of her products to purchase. Credit cards are welcome to purchase products.



Saturday 8th     2pm     Workshop

Mr. Fresh, 143 Cowper St Footscray.

Emily Karanikolopoulos will lead the Workshop. Ikebana International Melbourne providing the materials. Please bring a kenzan and a moribana or nageire vase. Theme: Making an arrangement using materials unseen. 



Sunday 6th     10.00 am

Hiroshima Day Peace Day Service

St. Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne


Tuesday 8th     10.30am TUC

AGM and Heads of Schools Demonstration.



Saturday 9th     2pm TUC

Workshop led by Ikenobo School.

Theme TBA.


Friday 15th - Sunday 17th

Annual Exhibition:

Labassa National Trust Mansion.

2 Manor Grove, Caulfield North

Theme: Sustainable and Local Ikebana.


Friday 15th     10.30am, Morning Tea Opening. All members are welcome to exhibit. Free entry to Labassa till noon. 


Saturday 16th    Ikebana Demonstrations:  11am and 2pm. 



Tuesday 10th     10.30 am 

NGV Outing. Meet at Water-wall at the front of the gallery. A private guided tour for members of the NGV’s Japanese Collection. Afterwards join your friends for a stroll in the sculpture garden or a cup of coffee in one of the cafes. Cost: $10.00


Sunday 22nd     10-3pm

Botanica Ripponlea National Trust Event

Mini Exhibition: 6 arrangements in situ at Ripponlea



Tuesday 14th    10.30 am TUC

Guest speaker, Jonathon (Jack) Fischer, Senior Arborist and Urban Horticulturist, Domain Precinct City of Port Phillip.

Topic: Australian native species to be found in the cut flower market.


Make someone’s Christmas very special. Please bring an envelope of support for our charity, Cottage by the Sea. If you prefer, please make a donation online. Your generosity is always appreciated. 

Visitors Welcome to attend meetings

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