Here are some sweet deals we are offering on Sunday, February 14: [typography font=”Open Sans” size=”24″ size_format=”px” color=”#f44224″]MAKE A WEEKEND OUT OF IT[/typography] Should you choose to celebrate early, join us on Saturday, February 13 for any of the three koto demonstrations held throughout the day ($5 with paid museum admission; 12:00pm, 1:30pm & 3:00pm) Cupid’s advice: Valentine’s Day is no time to be apathetic about wooing your significant other. Whether you’ve been married 30 years or it’s your very first date, Morikami is the place to impress your love while enjoying all the …
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.
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.
A local family illustrates ways to continue loving the Morikami, in memorial, as they had a plaque for their late son included in the lobby of the museum, a place he loved.
Reason #312 to love the Morikami came recently in the form of blooming cherry blossoms, thanks to a recent cold snap.