Dancing Bones Kokedama 10/24
Date: October 24, 2020
Time: 10:30 am
Length: 30 min
Location: Gulley Greenhouse
Join us to make your very own kokedama. Originating in Japan, Kokedama is a soil and plant-filled ball of moss. Bound with string the ball becomes a sculptural art form and can be placed on a surface or hung. Similar to bonsai, these moss balls can live for years! We will be planting ours with Dancing Bones (Hatiora salicornioides).
Rebekah’s CRITICAL INFORMATION about classes in the time of Covid-19:
-Limit six people per class (no guests, each human body needs a ticket).
-Masks are required AT ALL TIMES and must be worn properly over both MOUTH AND NOSE.
-If you are unable to wear a mask for any reason, please wait to register for a class until there is no longer a widespread pandemic. There will be no exceptions for my mask rule.
-Chairs will be placed at least 6 ft apart from each other to satisfy physical distancing recommendations per the CDC.
-Gloves are always available, hand sanitizer/alcohol wipes are always available.
-I will be printing an instruction sheet for each student on how to put their project together. This is in case you have trouble hearing me through my mask. Then you can follow along easily.