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Led by FRCC’s very own Hikaru Mizu Japanese garden curator, Mike Miller, is a garden day for kids. Exploring the art form of Japanese gardening, kids will get to build mini sand and stone gardens during this free June 18th event. This craft session is best suited for school age children from 1st – 7th grade. Registered children will meet inside the Hikaru Mizu Japanese garden at 10:30 a.m. This is a class for a max of 20 children.
Four Rivers Cultural Center believes youth are transformed when they are inspired with enriching historical, educational and art experiences, and it’s why we have programmed this free class.
Activity: Students will transform a small tray into a traditional Japanese garden with sand, stones, small tiles, cardboard, glue and other building materials for creating tiny azumayas.
What’s an Azumaya?
An Azumaya is a sheltered area that provides a covered resting area and a view that looks down towards the the garden. Pictured is the Hikaru Mizu azumaya.