Yama Ki Bonsai Society was formed in 1973 by a group of individuals
with a mutual interest in bonsai. Its purpose was to foster a forum
for discussion and education on bonsai for people living in Westchester
County, NY and Fairfield County, CT. Our name, Yama Ki, means "Mountain
programs throughout the year offer a variety of topics related to
bonsai, including lectures, demonstrations, workshops, and other
activities designed to help the novice as well as to appeal to the
more experienced bonsai enthusiast. The
group usually meets on the second Saturday or Sunday of the month. For venue
locations and directions, click here.
free to attend any meeting or outing listed in our club newsletter.
Reading our newsletters is the best way to learn about bonsai and
to get to know the people of Yama Ki and their plans for the year.
See the last page of any newsletter (Aug 2012 or later) for President and Vice President phone and email information.
The Meetings & Events section below
shows up-to-date details for upcoming meetings.
- May 2013 Newsletter
- May 8th – Wednesday, Queens Chapter Meeting at the www.queensbotanical.org
- May 11th – Saturday, 11-4 at the GEC - Marco Invernizzi
Yama Ki is thrilled to present a bonsai demo with Marco. www.marcoinvernizzi.com
- June 2nd – Sunday, 12-4 at the GEC - Workshop #2 w/ Marty Schmalenberg
Each member has the opportunity to work a tree (or two) in all three seasons with famed artist
- June 12th – Wednesday, Queens Chapter Meeting at the www.queensbotanical.org
- Beware of the Boxwood blight - Read more here!
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