San Diego Floral Association

“Make and Take”
Classes for 2019–2020
Hands-on Projects with Expert Instructors

SDFA is offering a variety of fun and educational classes teaching hands-on projects that participants will make and take home. All classes meet in Room 104 at Casa Del Prado in Balboa Park on the second Thursday of the month from 10:00 a.m. until noon. The cost is $25 per class for SDFA members and $30 for non-members. Materials included in price.

Ways to reserve your place:
Payment must be received by the Monday before the class, so that the correct amount of materials will be supplied.

1. Send a check payable to SDFA along with the CLASS DATE(S), YOUR NAME & PHONE OR EMAIL Mail to SDFA, 1650 El Prado, Rm. 105, San Diego, CA 92110

2. Enroll and pay online

3. Call SDFA at 619-232-5762 to reserve a place; then send payment

Feburary 13, 2020
Whimsical wire and bead dragonflies, one large and one small. Instructor: Dale Rekus, award-winning floral designer and teacher. Finger dexterity is required.
Please call Kathy at 619-408-9705 to check on space availability.

March 12, 2020
Fairy Garden. Instructor TBA

Fairy Garden

April 9, 2020
Kokedama, a stunning Japanese moss ball bonsai planting. Instructor TBA

May 14, 2020
Whimsical Tea Cup garden bird feeder. Instructor TBA.
Bird Feeder

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT: Pay online or mail a check payable to SDFA with your name, phone, email and the instructor’s name to: SDFA Office/Library, 1650 El Prado, #105, San Diego, CA 92101-1684. Payment can be made to the Office staff during business hours, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays.

Call the office before coming at 619-232-5762.

CANCELLATION: Classes must have a minimum of 10 registrants at least two days before the class meeting in order to be held.
Notification will be made by phone and the fee is refunded if there are not 10 registrants.

REFUNDS: Fees are non-refundable except for a medical emergency, jury duty or when insufficient registration results in a class cancellation.


Mission: To promote the knowledge and appreciation of horticulture and floriculture in the San Diego region.