Virtual Flower Arranging Class with Beth Hohensee, AIFD (8/27/2020)

Thursday, Aug 27, 2020
From 10:30am to 11:30am Eastern Time

Zoom Event (link will be sent upon completion of registration)
Online

Contact: AARP NC

Event is closed or full.

Calling all flower lovers and gardeners who want to bring the beauty of a Western North Carolina summer garden into your home for the Labor Day weekend. Via a ZOOM video conference call, Beth will lead you through a flower arranging class, creating her own arrangement right alongside. Registrants will receive a beautiful wood box container, wire frame, and instructions prior to the class.  You’ll supply the flowers from your garden, the local farmer’s market or your favorite flower farm and a pair of scissors to cut the stems!

This class is free to participants, compliments of AARP NC, for the first 25 registrants.

This program will be offered via zoom. Please note that any information you provide to the host organization, including on its online platform, will be governed by its privacy policy.”

About your instructor

Beth Hohensee, AIFD*, is an Asheville florist specializing in custom floral designs for weddings, special events, and everyday occasions. A New York native, Beth has been in the floral design business for 37 years. She moved to Asheville in 1992 and became an encore entrepreneur 14 years ago when she founded Studio Flora Diva.  At that time, Asheville was becoming a destination for weddings, creating a cottage industry for wedding venues, event planners, caterers and florists. Beth quickly became part of this community and is one of the most sought out florist in Western North Carolina. You can find samples of Beth’s work on her website, Facebook and Instagram pages.

 

* AIFD stands for American Institute of Floral Designers, the oldest and largest non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing and promoting the art of floral design as a professional career. Accredited membership in AIFD is extremely selective and can be obtained only after a candidate has effectively demonstrated advanced professional ability of his or her floral artistry. Members proudly wear the "AIFD" addendum on their name to demonstrate that their peers have found them to be "Accredited in Floral Design." They must continue to demonstrate their "cutting edge" art by meeting specified continuing education requirements.





 




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