Welcome to Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden  
 
 
   
 

Garden Events

 

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Fall Sekku
Formal Tea Ceremony Demonstration
Sunday, October 16, 2016
11:30 am – 4 pm

Join us for a lovely afternoon in the Garden. The day will include a narrated demonstration of a formal Japanese tea ceremony by the Urasenke School of Tea led by Madame Numano, as well as a beautiful display of Japanese flower arrangements. Guests will also have the opportunity to whisk powered tea. Treats will be served. This is a FREE event for all members of the Friends of the Japanese Garden. Please pay to park in Lot 16 across from the Garden. RSVP by October 12 to 562.985.2169 or JGmembreship@csulb.edu.

       
 

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CSULB Homecoming
and Fall Member Tea & Tour
Saturday, November 5, 2016
10 am – 2 pm

The Garden is a featured Open House location at this year’s Homecoming celebration! The CSULB community is invited to stop by the Garden between 10 am - 2pm and make a black & gold “hachimaki” or headband to show your Beach pride. Garden Members are invited to an exclusive Tea & Tour from 12 - 2 pm. Learn about the Garden’s campus connections and relax with tea and treats before the big game. GO BEACH! Other Open House destinations include the CSULB Science Learning Center, University Student Union, Shark Lab and more! Free parking in all CSULB lots. RSVP for the Tea & Tour by Nov 3 to 562.985.2169 or JGmembership@csulb.edu.

       
     

VOLUNTEER DOCENT PROGRAM
tuesdays and fridays, year round
8 am – noon

 

Want to learn more about the EBM Japanese Garden, Japanese culture, and get involved in your community? Work side-by-side with CSULB students to lead groups through the Garden, inform the public about Garden events and programs, and sell Garden merchandise. Participants will enjoy monthly presentations to expand their knowledge of Japanese culture in our new volunteer series called The Japanese Garden: Where Cultures Meet.

All Volunteer-Docents must become members of the Friends of the Japanese Garden. To set up an interview, please call 562.985.842

       
       
 

www.csulb.edu/~jgarden     (562) 985-8885
The Garden is located on Earl Warren Drive on the CSULB campus.