Tag: Pacific Bonsai Museum
Sixty bonsai in the forest, painter Kimberly Trowbridge & friends, Ukulelist Arden Fujiwara, and one evening of LIGHT. For one night only, we will stay open until 9 pm. Take in the LIGHT and beauty of bonsai in our woodsy setting. Go for a stroll, meet up with friends, snap a gorgeous photo, and breathe > Continue Reading
Whether it’s your first time ever seeing bonsai in person or you are a devoted bonsai practitioner, BonsaiFest! offers delights to everyone of all ages. Come to Pacific Bonsai Museum on May 7 and 8 (Mother’s Day weekend) to see hundreds of beautiful bonsai at the height of spring blooms. See three bonsai exhibitions: ’A > Continue Reading
Join us for a quiet stroll in the woods to explore bonsai illuminated by soft lights (and your flashlights). We only open the Museum at night once a year! This is a low-key, family-friendly tradition that warmly embraces the generous spirit of the holidays and community. Suggested donation: $0-$10 for adults.
Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 > Continue Reading
Pacific Bonsai Museum and the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden (RSBG) welcome visitors to their free, annual Fall Foliage Festival, October 19 and 20, 2019. The magic of Autumn is celebrated with fall colors, a Viewing Stones exhibition, tours, shopping for bonsai and other plants and gifts, plant talks, a photo station, food, and activities for > Continue Reading
An annual community gathering around the beauty of illuminated bonsai On December 16, bundle up, take in the outdoors and enjoy the serenity of bonsai illuminated by the soft glow of holiday lights at our 5th annual ‘A Bonsai Solstice.’ This event is the only time all year that we open the collection to the > Continue Reading
GTCF sees that great things happen when community gathers together. Every month, we talk with organizers of events who posted on our Community Calendar to find out what happened. Tamiko Nimura from Tacoma Japanese American History , Michael Haeflinger of Write 253, and Katherine Wimble Fox from Pacific Bonsai Museum share their vision and lessons from > Continue Reading