Memorial Service June 2,2019

The Luray Garden club conducted its annual memorial service this year to honor deceased members Helen Blanks and Jan Shreve

Members of the Luray Garden club and family members of Helen and Jan attended the service held at the Club’s Memorial Gardens on the Hawksbill Greenway in Luray.

2019 Memorial Service
2019 Memorial Service
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2019 Memorial Service
2019 Memorial Service
2019 Memorial Service
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2019 Memorial Service
2019 Memorial Service
2019 Memorial Service
2019 Memorial Service
2019 Memorial Service
2019 Memorial Service
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Holiday Luncheon

The Luray Garden Club held its annual holiday luncheon at Brookside Restaurant on Tuesday, December 11.

Shenandoah District President,Jill Quinley greeted members and shared her enthusiasm about the Club’s activities over the years.

Entertainment was provided by Julia Verba and Dale Hamilton.

Enjoy a few photos from the luncheon.

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Ikebana Class

We are thrilled to have Linda Taylor back with us in Luray as she is teaching members at her Ikebana Class.

Ikebana Class

Fran Hammer Memorial

Members of the Luray Garden Club gathered to honor the memory of past member Fran Hammer. A Crype Myrtle was memorialized for her.

Service was conducted by Chaplin, Susan Zorn and President Loree Fisher.

Refreshments were coordinated by Rose Ann Smythe.

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Ikebana Class

Members of the Luray Garden Club participated in Ikebana floral design classes taught by Linda Lewis Taylor, master judge.

We gathered each Wednesday afternoon for 6 weeks to learn the principals of the Ohara School Japanese Flower arranging.

These designs emphasize line and visual balance while keeping the arrangement elegant with contrasting material. The dominate flower is placed where it gets the most attention,keeping material in scale ,one part with another and in proportion to the container.

Rhythm is very important ,as is maintaining the triangular essence of the line arrangement and integrating material and container.

The following photos are examples of Ikebana parallel designs which were created during Class #5.

Click here to view Ikebana class