This year, Bon is August 14 from 4-9 p.m. at the Morikami. If you have never been, wear comfy shoes and clothes, arrive early and marvel at the mix of humanity – because everyone goes to Bon sooner or later. Buy tickets at www.morikami.org/bon
If you’ve ever been to a wedding, overlooking Morikami Pond, surrounded by nature’s decorations, you know how it is. It’s gorgeous, a little sweaty and totally unique.
On April 13 at the Morikami Museum, an entire class of teens from Western High School arrived with a check for $1,000, as a donation for the museum’s children’s programs. Teenagers aren’t that bad. Really.
The Morikami will kick-off its new “10,000 Turtles” initiative with a taiko drumming performance by Fushu Daiko as part of Asian Heritage Night at Roger Dean Stadium. For a suggestion donation of $1, a family can purchase the materials and instructions for creating an origami turtle.
Record high temperatures, low humidity and no bugs translate into perfect dining conditions for the outside terrace at The Morikami’s Cornell Cafe.
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