Floral Design

Effective January 2022:  All students (including non-credit students enrolled in any on-campus courses or off-site clinical) will be required to provide Middlesex Community College proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to coming on-campus.  More info will follow on the documentation process for non-credit students.  


FLORAL DESIGN CLASSES

Students will submit materials fee directly to instructor and then receive supplies. Fee is accepted via cash, check or venmo of $125

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Intro to Floral Design I

Join Cindy Mattson of Given Erwin Florist for this 4-week class. We will cover the principles and elements of Floral Design, as well as fresh flower care and handling. A hands-on workshop will be included in each class session. All flowers, materials, and tools will be provided you can take home each project. No experience is necessary! While this is more of an educational program, the atmosphere is casual and the material we will work with is lovely. We will use a different combination of florals each week. Topics covered: Harmony and Unity; Proportion and Scale; Rhythm and Emphasis; Balance and Symmetry. Materials fee of $125 total payable to the instructor via cash or check. Ms. Mattson is accredited as an American Institute of Floral Design member. (10 hours) $99
9/26/22 - 10/24/22         6:00pm - 8:00pm      Monday
Bedford Henderson Hall, room 220
Course Number: PER 783 30      CRN: 17155
Professor: MATTSON
No class 10/10

Intro to Floral Design ll

We will continue to explore the principles and elements of floral design in this 2nd portion of Basic Floral Design using the tools given in Part 1.  Students will be shown different techniques applied to floral design and will again have hands on experience using fresh material and interesting supplies.  Each week the instructor will focus on a specific theme, principle, or element.  The class will then have an opportunity to demonstrate their version of that design.  Materials fee of $125 total payable to the instructor via cash or check.  Ms. Mattson is accredited as an American Institute of Floral Design member (10 hours) $99

Prerequisite: Completion of Intro to Floral Design I

10/31/22- 11/21/22       6:00pm-8:30pm       Monday
Bedford Henderson Hall, room 220
Course Number:  PER 950 30    CRN: 18017
Professor: MATTSON

Thanksgiving Centerpiece
Learn how to make a lovely Thanksgiving table centerpiece using fresh flowers and a candle. Impress your friends and family when you tell them you made it yourself. Classes are low key and fun, no experience necessary. Material fee per student payable to the instructor at the first class is $35. (2 Hours) $35
11/18/22                6:00pm - 8:00pm              Friday
Bedford  Campus, Henderson Hall, room 220
Course  Number:   PER640 30          CRN: 16647
Professor: MATTSON

Holiday Boxwood Tree 
Start your Holiday decorating off by joining Given Erwin Florist of Burlington to learn how to make a boxwood tree. This hand’s- on class is fun and sure to get you in the holiday spirit. We’ll guide you step by step through the process and provide all flowers and material you need. Material fee per student payable to the instructor at the first class is $35. (2 hours) $35
12/05/22          6:00pm-8:00pm              Monday
Bedford  Campus, Henderson Hall, room 220
Course  Number:  PER641 30          CRN: 16645 
Professor: MATTSON


HOLIDAY DAZZLE BOUQUET
Bring home a little sparkle for the holidays! Join Given Erwin Florist at Middlesex Community College on for a hands on make and take class. We’ll be making a Dazzling Holiday Centerpiece using fresh evergreens and fragrant flowers. No design experience necessary, we’ll walk you through the how to’s and we provide all the supplies and flowers you’ll need. Material fee per student payable to the instructor at the first class is $35. (2 Hours) $39
12/12/22           6:00pm - 8:00pm              Friday
Bedford  Campus, Henderson Hall, room 220
Course  Number:  PER822 30          CRN: 18212 
Professor: MATTSON

 

Last Modified: 7/1/22