Flower arranging is an art form that allows you to express your creativity while creating beautiful centerpieces and bouquets. It’s a skill that can be learned by anyone, regardless of experience or artistic ability. And on May 10 at 6PM, Women IN Philanthropy will host Floranthropy in partnership with Dani Christakos of The Flower Garage.
Taking a flower arranging class can be a fun and relaxing way to spend an evening. It’s a chance to socialize with other women and learn a new skill that can be used to brighten up your home or office. Flower arranging classes can also be a great way to bond with friends or family members.
Additionally, flower arranging has been shown to have therapeutic benefits. The act of creating something beautiful can be a great way to reduce stress and anxiety. Studies have also shown that exposure to flowers and nature can boost mood and improve overall well-being.
The best part? We’ll create additional arrangements to deliver to Sojourner Center, just in time for Mother’s Day!
Co-Chairs for this event are Stacie Brockman and Danielle Masserman, and this evening will be a great way to learn a new skill, connect with others and explore the beauty of flower arranging. So if you’re looking for a fun and enriching activity to do with your girlfriends, consider joining us for Floranthropy!
Click here to register and see a few of the photos from our past Floranthropy events below!
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