Kōen-nai No Bonsai: Bonsai in the Park
SUNDAY, APRIL 15 2018
An annual fundraiser to benefit the GSBF Clark Bonsai Collection at Shinzen
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Visit us at the Shinzen Japanese Garden in Woodward Park on Sunday, April 15, 2018. You will be immersed in the world of bonsai at the Third Annual KOEN-NAI NO BONSAI (Bonsai in the Park). The Golden State Bonsai Federation’s Clark Bonsai Collection will present bonsai styling demonstrations and a bonsai auction. You will also be introduced to Toko-Kazari: the ancient art of displaying bonsai with scroll paintings and accent plants in harmonious artistry. Enjoy the special bonsai exhibition of a legendary California bonsai artist. You may find a personal treasure amongst the vendors of bonsai trees, viewing stones, and books.
Also on Sunday, April 15, enjoy the Shinzen Friendship Garden’s Spring Cultural Faire. Experience not only Japanese culture but the food, costumes and performances of many other Central Valley ethnic cultures. All this in the beautiful setting of a five acre Japanese Garden adjacent to Woodward Lake and bird sanctuary in Woodward Park. Stroll the winding pathways beside the koi pond and peruse displays of diverse hand made wares. Children will enjoy the many arts and crafts activities and games. Woodward Park entry fee: $5 per car, $3 for seniors. Shinzen Spring Festival entry fees: Members $5 Adults / $3 Kids 4-14 / $15 Family. Non-Members $7 Adults / $3 Kids 4-14 / $20 Family Children 3 & Under - FREE. For more information see www.shinzenjapanesegarden.org.
Stroll the winding pathways of the beautiful 5 acre Shinzen Japanese Garden