Tsunami victims to benefit from South Surrey bonsai fundraiser

Japan Bonsai Garden Art will be hosting a bonsai sale and silent auction Saturday (Oct. 1) to raise money for victims of the Japan tsunami.

Japan Bonsai Garden Art will be hosting a bonsai sale and silent auction Saturday (Oct. 1) to raise money for victims of the Japan tsunami.

The fundraiser, at 16164 24 Ave., will include several demonstrations by expert Japanese gardeners, including a bonsai workshop, Ikebana flower arrangement, Japanese black pine shaping and crating a professional Japanese garden.

Those who attend the 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. event will be treated to performances by a Japanese dance group and musicians.

Various bonsai trees will be included in the silent auction, as well as a 40-year old Japanese black pine, valued at close to $4,000.

For more information, call 604-536-9220 or email info@japanbonsai.com

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