Meets on First Sunday, 8:30-11:30 AM
Susannah Wesley Community Center
1117 Kaili Street, Honolulu
No meeting in Jan & Sep
Meets on Fourth Monday, 6:30 PM
Manoa Recreation Center
Meets on Second Saturday at a member's home. Membership is by invitation only.
Meets on Third Saturday, 8:30 AM
Pearl City Urban Garden Center
Next to Home Depot on Kam Hwy
No meeting in Jan
Meets on Second Sunday of each month,
Visitors are welcome
Contact email@example.com for location
Membership is by invitation only
Hilo Bonsai Kyoshitsu is a newly formed club. Kyoshitsu means a place of teaching and learning as the club’s goal is to promote and perpetuate the art and culture of bonsai. It consists of members with a long history of bonsai experience who provide guidance and support as well as relatively new members who are learning the principles and techniques of bonsai.
A 501(3)(c) non-profit foundation to exhibit, research, educate, promote, and perpetuate the art and culture of bonsai; to be the custodian of memorial bonsai in the Hawaii State Bonsai Repository, to serve as the liaison with the community, and to create international friendships through bonsai.
c/o Fuku-Bonsai Cultural Center & Hawaii State Bonsai Repository, PO Box 6000,
Kurtistown, Hawaii 96760
Ohana Lehua Bonsai Club promotes fellowship and training for bonsai enthusiasts and perpetuates the art and culture of bonsai.
The Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club functions as a dynamic artistic, scientific, social experience that club members continue to embrace and practice. Club membership is open to all; for info email WaimeaBonsai@gmail.com
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