Join us virtually on Tuesday, February 14 to learn techniques on how to create a stunning table arrangement using a selection of seasonally inspired flowers. Happy Fairy Art will guide us from start to finish, showing us how to clean and prep your fresh flowers and ending in a beautiful flower arrangement to enjoy for days to come.
No experience flower arranging? No problem. Our botanical artist, Happy Fairy Art, will be there to guide you and bring your floral dreams to life. You will be shown how to clean and prep your fresh flowers. Explore your creativity and leave with something to be proud of while supporting the ALS community.
You will be provided with everything you need to make a beautiful arrangement. You'll also receive a delicious charcuterie box to share with a loved one or to enjoy yourself while you work with us.
Register today! Our cut off date for registration is Wednesday, February 8 at midnight so that we can get you everything you need on time!
Looking forward to seeing you online on Tuesday, February 14!
Please note! Because this event requires delivery of your personalized Say it with Flowers box to your door, we can only accommodate friends in the following cities/regions: Toronto, York Region, Durham Region, and Mississauga.
If you live outside of this area and would like to participate, we may be able to meet you with your Say it with Flowers box!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
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Jeanna Jane is the artist behind Happy Fairy Art. Her creative imagination and admiration of nature's beauty inspires her artwork. She is a recent graduate at the Toronto Flower School and is currently living her dream of creating awe inspiring projects from both fresh and dried florals. Jeanna's refined intuition for high quality standards and creative spontaneity is what makes her art designs superior and unique.
Proceeds from Say it with Flowers will go toward the Christopher Chiu Fellowship for ALS research at the University of Toronto, Canada's largest and most internationally published ALS research lab.
ALS Double Play started when the Chiu family lost their son/brother Christopher to ALS in 2016 after a five year battle. Christopher was only 32 years old when he became sick with ALS and the family has no genetic relationship with the disease.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is the most common form of motor neuron disease. ALS is fatal; there is no cure and little treatment. Most people lose their battle with ALS within two to five years of diagnosis.