2016 43rd Upstate New York Bonsai Exhibition

 

AOn Saturday and Sunday, May 21-22, 2016 the Bonsai Society of Upstate New York will be hosting their 43rd annual exhibition at the Monroe Community Hospital in Rochester, New York. Members from western New York as well as Pennsylvania will be displaying some of their finest bonsai. Each member is encouraged to display their bonsai in all stages of development. Approximately 100 bonsai will be exhibited.

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For the first time this year the Upstate New York Suiseki Study Group will be having a special display to introduce the public to viewing stones. Antique stones as well as those collected during the past 50 years will be shown.

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As in the past Ikebana International will have a display of their lovely flower arrangements. Many different schools will be displayed so the subtle differences can be enjoyed.

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On Saturday at 2pm award winning bonsai artist Mark Arpag will be presenting a bonsai lecture/demonstration. On Sunday at 2pm members of Ikebana International will demonstrate how to create an ikebana arrangement. During the other hours of the exhibition bonsai video tapes will be played for visitors.

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Another important part of the Upstate New York Bonsai Exhibition is the sales area. Nine vendors from New York and Pennsylvania will be selling bonsai, pre-bonsai, tools, display tables, accessories, antiques as well as quilts– something for everyone.

All photographs are from past exhibitions, come see new exciting bonsai.

Join us this weekend for an enjoyable visit to see some of the finest bonsai in the region!

 

Saturday-Sunday, May 21-22, 2016

Monroe Community Hospital

Corner of East Henrietta and Westfall Roads

10am to 5pm

Admission $5, Seniors $3, Children under 12 free

Free Parking

 

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