We want to help you promote your activities throughout your region and even to all of the North & Central American region.
We encourage all chapters in the NCAR to send us and their Regional Advocate information on their exhibits, events, anniversaries and programs and even some major school of Ikebana events. Send all information to email@example.com and your Regional Advocate. We love pictures too!
To review how this information will be shared on our various platforms such as our website, Facebook page and in our email blasts, please review the chart below.
|Type of I.I.Event||Ikebananar.org website||Ikebana North America Facebook page||Email blast to all chapters including Advocates|
|• Exhibits |
• Special Events such as School Iemoto, Head, Lead Teacher
|Listed in date order with earliest listed first.|
Listing to include links to flyers or info on respective chapters’ website or FB page if applicable.
To be removed after event
|Posted as an event, in date order with earliest listed first. Links included as appropriate.||Will be distributed upon receipt from chapters on a space available basis
At times more than one event may be included in an email blast.
|• Special Events (Luncheons-Demos-Workshops)|
• Demonstration by Out of Town Ikebana arrangers
|Same parameters as for exhibits and anniversaries||Posted in date order with earliest listed first only when events include out of town demonstrator.||Email will be sent to all chapters when requested by host chapter. Reminders can also be scheduled on as needed basis.|
|• Unique programs (flower or cultural oriented)||Listed on Events page or specially created page if additional space is warranted||Posted on space available basis||Same as above|
|• Special Ikebana School Programs||Listed only when involves Iemoto or headmaster or is associated with Worldwide I.I. conference||Posted only when involves Iemoto or headmaster or is associated with worldwide I.I. conference||Distributed only when involves Iemoto or headmaster or is associated with Worldwide I.I. conference|
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