Month: July 2020

The Mark Youngdale Memorial Sale and Open House

Come enjoy some social time with MBS at President David Weiss’s backyard on Saturday, August 22, 2020 from 1-3 pm. There will be bonsai items donated by Mark’s widow to be sold with proceeds going back to MBS including some set aside for a scholarship for an MBS member to use towards future workshops. We […]
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50th Anniversary – History

Hello MBS Members!

With so much information being shared online these days and with Zoom meetings, I wanted to keep this message short, but reach as many members as possible. I am the Chair Person for the 50th Anniversary Committee and the one thing everyone can agree on is we want to showcase as much history of MBS as possible for our celebration. I am sending out this message today to ask all of you to help me compile as much material from the last 50 years from MBS.

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Meet MBS Member Kirk Hedberg

In this video, David Weiss interviews Kirk Hedberg.

The views and opinions expressed in this video (or article) are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy, views or position of the Minnesota Bonsai Society.

Aug 4, 2020 Zoom Meeting

The Little Book of Bonsai: An Easy Guide to Caring for Your Bonsai Tree Coming up on Tuesday, August 4, our Minnesota Bonsai Society meeting will feature Jonas Dupuich, author of The Little Book of Bonsai: An Easy Guide to Caring for Your Bonsai Tree”. His topic will be broadleaf evergreens. See more about him […]
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Meet MBS Member Elias O’Brien

In this video, David Weiss interviews Elias O’Brien.

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Tips for good Bonsai photography

written for beginners using a smartphone camera
by Sherri Rutten

Key things that make for a good photograph:
Lighting, angle, focus, background and of course, the subject ☺

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