Sakura Days Japan Fair – Haiku activities

Haiku at the Glass House during Sakura Days April 6 2013

Many haiku activities took place in the glasshouse during Sakura Days Japan Fair.

Terry Ann Carter gives a small book demonstration at Sakura Days April 6 2013

At 12:00, Terry Ann Carter showed us how to make different kinds of books using collage, photo, text, and beautiful Japanese paper.

Terry Ann Carter gave a small book demonstration at Sakura Days April 6 2013

Her handmade books (accordion, flutter, origami fold) are absolutely gorgeous!

Michael Dylan Welch gives a Haiku workshop at the Glass House during Sakura Days April 6 2013

At 13:00, Michael Dylan Welch gave a haiku workshop.

Haiku Minstrels Vicki McCullough and James Mullin read haiku at Sakura Days Japan Fair April 6 2013

Our haiku minstrels Vicki McCullough and James Mulling were reading haiku and playing flute to entertain visitors in the garden.

Haiku at the Glass House during Sakura Days April 6 2013

Visitors were able to test their haiku IQ here!

Haiku at the Glass House during Sakura Days April 6 2013

Stop by the glasshouse to learn about haiku this Sunday at the Van Dusen Botanical Garden.

Terry Ann Carter gives a small book demonstration at Sakura Days April 6 2013

Workshops and activities on Sunday April 7, 2013 include:

12.00 Haiku and small book demonstration

13.00 Learn haiku workshop

14.30 Haiku reading on the cherry stage

15.00 Haiku walk

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2 thoughts on “Sakura Days Japan Fair – Haiku activities

    • I’m so glad you could be with us this week-end, Liz. Our team of volunteers really made haiku shine in the glass house with one-on-one conversations, workshops and readings. It was fantastic!

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