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BONSAI SHOWS, EXHIBITS & CLUB ACTIVITIES

If your bonsai club/society has an upcoming local or regional show let's get the word out. Promote it here. Wherever it may be on the planet - we have readers worldwide who might be interested and would like to attend. They might not even know there is such an event nearby.

Please give the dates, locations, whether free or fee, and the name of the organization with contact info. Attach photos if you wish.

Promoting the art of bonsai can draw new participants and enthusiasts. Let's do it. :shock:
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Tom,

I like your idea and am going to 'sticky' this thread in hope of some responses. I looked at the websites for both Phipps Conservatory and The Pittsburgh Bonsai Society but neither seem to have a show on their calendar.

The PBS does list this though.

May 21-22-Spring Bonsai Weekend...Annual event showcasing members' creations, along with vendors, workshops and the silent auction.

Norm

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Orange County Bonsai Society, Orange County, CA will host its annual bonsai show on June 4-5, 2011 at the Orange County Buddhist Church, 909 South Dale Ave, Anaheim, CA

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Thanks Norm for the sticky - was hoping you would go for this idea.

Mohawk Valley Bonsai Club will hold its annual Spring Bonsai Show on May 14-15th at the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts, in CanalPlace, Little Falls, NY. Easy access from the NYS Thruway (I-90) exit 29-A. Free and open to the public.

AND

A club exhibit of bonsai will be featured this year at the summertime arts festival at Munson-Williams-Proctor-Arts-Institute July 2-3rd on Genesee St, Utica, between downtown & Oneida Square. Demos will be held in a tent on the grounds while the exhibit will be in the conference room indoors. Utica exit #31 of I-90. Free and open to the public.
See www.mwpai.org

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Indianapolis Bonsai Club

The Indianapolis Bonsai Club will have an Exhibit and Sale at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in the J. K. Lilly house lobby - April 16 & 17 Admission is free.

The Indianapolis Bonsai Club will have a Members Best Tree Exhibit/Presentation at our monthly meeting on May 4th.

Monthly meetings are held at:

Garfield Park Conservatory
2450 Shelby Street
Indianapolis, Indiana

When: First Wednesday of each Month Time: 7:00 P.M.

Membership Dues:
The annual membership fee is $30, which covers membership for two individuals and entitles them to receive a print copy of our club newsletter by mail for 12 months. If you would like to receive the newsletter by email instead, the annual fee is $25. After July 1st, the membership cost is $15 and covers the balance of the calendar year.

https://www.indybonsai.org/index.html

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/pages/Indianapolis-Bonsai-Club/135877993124194
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July 15,16: 30th Anniversary Show, [url=https://www.greaterhartfordbonsai.com/index.html]Bonsai Society of Greater Hartford[/url], at the [url=https://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=pond+house,+elizabeth+park,+hartford,+ct&aq=&sll=41.775888,-72.717519&sspn=0.019651,0.048666&ie=UTF8&hq=pond+house,&hnear=Elizabeth+Park,+Asylum+Ave,+Hartford,+Connecticut+06117&ll=41.776257,-72.718624&spn=0.004713,0.012167&t=h&z=17&iwloc=A]Pond House[/url] at Elizabeth Park in Hartford. I know there is an entry fee. I'll update this post when I find out the cost.

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Many thanx for the responses so far - let's get some more posted onto the board. There are so many bonsai shows and exhibits all around that readers would like to know about. List as much info as possible. And, yes, inform us about your clubs too.

This is great!!!

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I was really hoping someone from the Mid Atlantic group would promote this one but since it's coming up soon I'll do it. Can't waste a good opportunity.


April 15-17th 2011, 28th Annual Mid Atlantic Bonsai Societies Spring Festival at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg-Hershey, PA, USA. Featuring Yasuo Mitsuya, Steve Tolley, and Kathy Shaner.

Details at https://midatlanticbonsai.freeservers.com/fescurr.htm
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The Green Country Bonsai Society will hold their annual Spring Show on May 7th and 8th at the Tulsa Garden Center.

All admissions and demonstrations are free to the public.

Saturday, May 7th from 10am to 4pm
Sunday, May 8th from 11am - 4pm

Tulsa Garden Center
2435 S. Peoria Ave.
Tulsa, Ok 74114

https://greencountrybonsai.org/

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Indianapolis Bonsai Club - AIRLAYERING CRABAPPLES

Indianapolis Bonsai Club - AIRLAYERING CRABAPPLES

The trip to Pleasant View Nursery in Richmond Ind. will be this Saturday; April 30th. We plan to meet at 10:30 next to the Crabapple trees. (directions below) Please wear sturdy boots, the ground can be very uneven. Have a good carving Knife, gloves scissors and plastic sheets (very large freezer bags work well). A bucket would be helpful to soak the Spagnum moss. I will provide the root hormones and a ladder.

Part of the learning process is "seeing the future bonsai" in the tree. Paul and I will be willing to help you find these future bonsai, but look carefully. Not every airlayering takes, so consider doing more than one, but understand that this is a multiyear project.

DIRECTIONS: Address PLEASANT VIEW NURSERY, 3340 State Rd. 121 , Richmond Ind.

Take I 70 to exit 153 (state road 227). Exit rt. Right turn towards Richmond for one mile to Gaar road; on the left. Down Gaar road to second stop sign. Left on state road 121 approx. one half mile. Pleasant View is on the left. The easiest way to get to the trees is to drive past the nursery one quarter mile and make a left hand turn at the Calvery United Pentecostal Church parking lot. The dirt road that the trees are on is 200ft on the left. Make a left and go approx. 500ft. back to the trees.

I hope to see you there. Carl Wooldridge

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38th Annual Bonsai Exhibition & Sale

BONSAI SOCIETY OF UPSTATE NEW YORK

May 21-22 10AM-5PM at Monroe Community Hospital, cor. E. Henrietta & Westfall Rd. Rochester. This is considered the premier bonsai show for the region.

Two demos - Sat & Sun 2PM.

General adm. $5, Seniors $3, children under 12 free.

Ikebana display by IKEBANA INTERNATIONAL.

Learn more at - https://www.bonsaisocietyofupstateny.org/bonsaiexhition2011.html
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hey Tom,
there is also the International bonsai arboretum's opening day exibition and plant sale on the same day and it's right down the road on E.henrietta and jefferson (I can only get a P.O. box# for an exact adress)
if you go to one why not both :D :D :D I'v been waiting for this for months
The arboretum holds William Valavanis's collection and I'v herd it is nothing short of amazing :D :D :D

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mott (manofthetrees),

Great reminder!! Bill Valavanis's International Bonsai Arboretum, adjacent to his home, is a must see if you are in the area. AMAZING it is. And you won't go home without a new purchase of wonderful material.

The address is 1070 Martin Road, West Henrietta NY - just a bit south of Rochester, easy access from Thruway (I-90) exit #46.

See map here - https://www.internationalbonsai.com/files/1708315/uploaded/IB%20MAP%202010.pdf

ALSO in the region (a bit farther to the south) is Hollow Creek Bonsai see their site too. https://www.hollowcreekbonsai.com/

No one can say that we can not have high quality bonsai in the cold region of the Northeast. Just look around!

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It dawned on me that no one is posting pictures of their shows. I've got some up on our club site for the recent Spring Bonsai Show at Mohawk Valley Bonsai Club -

https://mvbonsai.com/index.php?page=Photos.

I hope this link works. :?

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This sticky thread has been slowing a bit - let's let our readers know what the bonsai clubs are doing during the busy growing (and showing) season.

Mohawk Valley Bonsai Club in Utica, NY is but 6 years old this month. It is moving beyond infancy and 'kindergarten' and into first grade.

For the first time we will be participating in our regional Summer Arts Festival at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute with a bonsai exhibit on July 2nd-3rd. Demo's will be offered both days.

Location is on Genesee Street between downtown and Oneida Square. Sidewalk art displays, sculpture, music, food vendors, classic car show, children's activities, and oh yes - BONSAI.

See more at www.mvbonsai.com & www.mwpai.org

Hope to see you there! :D

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Mohawk Valley Bonsai Club - Annual picnic and silent auction.
Sunday July 10th 12 noon - 4pm
Ilion Marina Pavilion - located canalside near the intersections of Routes 5, 51 and 5S on the southern edge of Ilion, NY. See the large flagpoles.
Free and open to the public. BYO beverage (non-alc.) and a 'dish-to-share'.
This event is the main fund-raiser for the club's annual programs.
Donations of bonsai or gardening items for auction greatly appreciated.
The silent auction begins around 1pm and continues until everything is sold.
For additional details or contact info see the July newsletter at -
www.mvbonsai.com

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Suthin Sukosolvisit at Mohawk Hudson Bonsai Society

MHBS - Capital District will host world class bonsai artist, Suthin, at 10AM Sunday July 31 at PFM Bonsai Studio in West Charlton, NY. He will be lecturing on and working with Shimpaku juniper. A raffle will take place at the close of the demonstration.

Program is free & open to the public. Workshop following a lunch break. More details at https://www.pfmbonsai.com/newsletters/July_2011_TWIG.pdf

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SIXTIETH BIRTHDAY BASH !!

Bill Valavanis celebrates the big Six - O with a 2-day open house.
Sep 3rd-4th at his International Bonsai Arboretum in West Henrietta, NY.
Advanced bonsai techniques demonstrations by Bill V. and Harvey Carapella. Free and open to bonsai friends and groups. Quality bonsai on display and for sale. More info at https://www.internationalbonsai.com/

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BOSTON TREE PARTY

Bonsai Society of Upstate New York sponsored a 2-day bus trip last weekend. The purpose was to visit (and shop at) three totally awesome bonsai nurseries in the Boston area and a guided tour of the Larz Anderson collection, Arnold Arboretum at Harvard.

For serious bonsai junkies, like me, it was heaven. Club members got the 'royal treatment'.

Links to Bill Valavanis' report & photos, and pics from another member follow -
https://ibonsaiclub.forumotion.com/t7378-bonsai-society-of-upstate-ny-bus-trip

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the second set of pics from our Boston Tree Party -
https://www.seehere.com/jdolce/Boston%20Tree%20Party

It truly was a terrific experience. Our clubs are warm, friendly & Inclusive.

Long live our bonsai clubs!!! :wink:
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CHICAGOLAND

34th Annual Mid-America Bonsai Show and Sale

Sponsored by Midwest Bonsai Society

Aug 19-21, 2011
Chicago Botanic Garden
100 plus trees on display
Workshops
Vendor areas in 2 courtyards
Botanic Garden collection of trees shown in center of both courtyards

Learn more at - https://midwestbonsai.org/augustshow.html

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Northern California

August 27-28th Santa Rosa
Redwood Empire Bonsai Show & Sale
200 trees on display
Large vendor area, plus member sales, raffle, silent auction
Demonstrations by Kathy Shaner both days at 1:30
details here - https://www.rebsbonsai.org/annual%20show.html

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Mohawk Valley Bonsai Club - Utica, NY.

Sat Aug 20, 10AM at the U-U Church of Utica.

Guest Marc Arpag, of Rochester, will lead a program on San Jose juniper with a lecture and demonstration. Free and open to the public. Following a break for lunch Marc will conduct a workshop (for eight club members) using the same juniper material provided by Jim Doyle / Nature's Way in Harrisburg, PA.

This annual guest program at MVBC has previously provided our membership and local community with classes, lectures and workshops with Pauline Muth, William Valavanis, and Ted Matson and it will continue to enhance our bonsai experience.

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I got two hits (out of google) for Ohioan bonsai clubs. Lets wait & see whats under the two enquireies I made.

My local (Albany OH) indpendent fair does not have, nor does the Athen's state fair have a bonsai category. :(

Getting mine judged, isn't a really burning issue in my breast, but I'll suffer the indignity, in order to bring my hobby up to the general public.
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tomc - I haven't seen bonsai exhibits at fairs, haven't looked I guess, even though our New York State Fair is in nearby Syracuse. Local club shows keep me busy through September and the fair is around Labor Day as well.

For clubs in Ohio you should check out the American Bonsai Society listing here - https://absbonsai.org/bonsai-club-directory/usa#OH
and also the Bonsai Clubs International listings.

In Ohio you will also find Frank Mahalic at Wildwood Gardens (see him on google)
and (I highly recommend) Dale Cochoy of Wild Things Bonsai and at the Brandywine Bonsai Society site. His pots are fabulous, the very best in my collection! AND he's such a cool dude. 8)

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MILWAUKEE BONSAI SOCIETY
41st Annual Exhibit


Sep 16-18 at Boerner Botanical Garden - Education & Visitor Center
9400 Boerner Drive, Hales Corners

Guest Bonsai Artist Suthin Sokosolvisit

Friday 6-8PM opening reception
critique and demonstrations Sat & Sun 10-5pm

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hunting for hidden treasures

MOHAWK VALLEY BONSAI CLUB will conduct its first 'BONSAI SEARCH PARTY' Sat Sep 10th at George's Nursery on Kirkland Ave., Clinton, NY just off Route 5 (Seneca Turnpike).

Club members, friends and guests will gather at 12 noon to begin the 'search & rescue' for good potential material for future bonsai. As we know bonsai material does not need to start out as prime grade-a landscape specimens, but rather is often found to be the forlorn, neglected, perhaps broken cast-off materials that others have passed by in the back corners of the nursery. Treasures, jewels and good bargains await us. Late Summer/Fall specials beckon us. This will be great fun. MUGO PINE, JAPANESE MAPLE, COTONEASTER , JUNIPERS - the list goes on.

Then, in October, we will bring our new acquisitions to our next club meeting for an Open Workshop to get expert advice and perhaps some seasonally appropriate work with these future masterpieces. We've talked about this when planning club activities - and now we're doing it.

Who says bonsai is not fun? Make it fun. Advance your bonsai skills with other folks who enjoy it the way you do. Not happy with the local club? Start a new one. We did it - and we're having a blast!! AND a bit of notice too.

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Indianapolis Bonsai Club Annual September Auction

The Indianapolis Bonsai Club will have its annual fundraisier soon.

Join us this September 7th for the Annual “Members Onlyâ€

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Pittsburgh events.

Phipps Conservatory is hosting several workshops in the upcoming weeks. The restyling event, October, 22, seems the most interesting to me.

https://phipps.conservatory.org/classes-and-programs/adult-programs/noncertificate-courses.aspx

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double feature in Upstate New York

Two shows by clubs in Syracuse & Albany regions -

BONSAI CLUB OF CENTRAL NY
Annual Bonsai Show & Sale.
Sep 10-11 at the Liverpool Public Library. Free and open to the public. Sales area, demonstrations and raffle. Bring in your tree for advice.


MOHAWK HUDSON BONSAI SOCIETY
Annual Bonsai & Ikebana Show.
Sep 17-18 at the Saratoga Springs Arts Center - on Broadway. Enjoy a festival of Japanese Arts. Vendors and demonstrations both days. Free and open to the public. Bring your bonsai in for advice.

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'BONSAI BOON' workshop and demonstration

Mohawk Hudson Bonsai Society will host California bonsai artist Boon Manakitivipart Sunday Sep 25 at PFM Bonsai Studio in West Charlton, NY.

9AM-12 'bring-your-own-tree' workshop Fee is $50 limited to 8.
Registration by email - pauline@pfmbonsai.com
Silent observers welcome at this workshop.

After lunch Boon will offer a demonstration on a club provided tree introducing us to the first steps in bonsai design. The demo tree will be raffled "members only", but new people are welcome to attend.

Learn more at https://us.mg5.mail.yahoo.com/neo/launch?.rand=5llgq3rdb7el2

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CAROLINA BONSAI EXPO 2011

Carolina Bonsai Expo 2011 - a unique bonsai event in the USA
October 8-9 at the North Carolina Arboretum, Asheville, NC.

16 clubs from 6 states will put on a display of bonsai. Guest artist Walter Pall.
10 vendors, several workshops/lectures, critique available.

Additional info here -
https://www.ncarboretum.org/plan-a-visit/events/carolina-bonsai-expo

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GOLDEN STATE BONSAI FEDERATION CONVENTION XXXIV

Oct 27-30
Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, 3400 Market Street, Riverside, CA.
Headliners - Kathy Shaner, Ryan Neal, Roy Nagatoshi, Pedro Morales
Demonstrations, seminars, critiques, workshops, benefit drawings, vendors and more.

Registration form at - https://www.gsbfconvention.org/Reg_PDF/2011Registrationpage3.pdf

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CAPITOL CITY BONSAI SHOW
Oct 22-23 at the Shepard Garden and Arts Center
3330 McKinley Blvd. Sacramento, Ca.
Sponsored by 4 area bonsai clubs. Demos at 1:30 both days followed by special bonsai raffles.
Vendor and club sales areas.
For more info contact Gary Judd juddbonsai@att.net or call 916/622-8048

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HAMILTON COLLEGE 1812-2012

HAMILTON COLLEGE, Clinton, NY Bicentennial Year Events

Feb 18, 2012 10 AM - Noon in the Kennedy Auditorium / Taylor Science Center.

Hamilton's Arboretum Association "Third Saturday Winter/Spring Series" will host William Valavanis founder of the International Bonsai Arboretum and the quarterly magazine of the same name based in Rochester, NY. His lecture will be based on the art of bonsai as it applies to the novice as well as the experienced bonsai artist.

This program is free and open to the public. For space requirements we ask you to please call your seating reservations - 315/859-4657.

Clinton is easily accessed by the New York State Thruway (I-90) exit 32 and Route 233 from Westmoreland, NY
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More info at -
https://www.hamilton.edu/arboretum/workshops-and-events
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C'mon everyone - it's getting lonely here. I know that some of you are into the club scene, bonsai clubs of course. :lol:

Why not share your club notices with your buddies here; shows, exhibits, special programs, whatever is going on in your community.

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2012

Kicking off the New Year in Bunnell Florida - along the Palm Coast region

JOY OF BONSAI 2012
Jan 13-15
Flagler County Extension Office
150 Sawgrass Road, Bunnell, FL 32113
KAWA BONSAI SOCIETY

Workshops with Suthin Sukosolvisit (Sageretia theezans - Chinese Sweet Plum shohin bonsai)
and more with Robb Addonizo, Mike Cartrett, and Mike Rogers

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Sorry Tom.
Glad you pointed out the problem - though I get in every time and stay permanently logged in.
Here's the direct link to the local bonsai society -
https://kawabonsai.com/

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FREE CLINIC FOR NEW BONSAI OWNERS

FREE CLINIC FOR NEW BONSAI OWNERS

Bonsai Club of Central New York will conduct their annual clinic Wed. January 11, 7:30 PM at the Pitcher Hill Community Church, 605 Bailey Road, North Syracuse, NY.

This is not our regular club meeting. It is open to anyone who received a bonsai as a holiday gift, or otherwise is new to bonsai, and does not know where to begin. Bring your trees in for advice. Tropicals (indoor bonsai) can be carried in picnic coolers for protection. Hardy trees can be brought inside for the clinic and returned to their cold storage and dormancy.

BCCNY members and prospective members are also invited. Additional info at
https://sites.google.com/site/cnybonsai/

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