Global Studies

Published on June 13th, 2019 | by Alexandra Saner


Free kimono seminar presented by Mika Logan

Cultural Traditions: Kimono Seminar
Saturday, July 27 from 10:30am-11:30am
Christian County Library’s Ozark Branch
1005 N. 4th Ave., Ozark, MO

One of our long-time, dedicated volunteers, Mika Logan, will discuss the history and significance of the kimono and demonstrate dressing on a model.

Mika tells us she’s bringing the widest variety of kimonos she has ever presented: from toddler kimonos all the way to wedding kimonos!

The seminar is free and open to the public.


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About the Author

Lexy served on Springfield Sister Cities Association's Board of Directors for four years before joining the ranks as Associate Director. She is also Associate Director of Friends of the Garden. Lexy is an arts and culture enthusiast, and she has served as Marketing Director for Springfield Little Theatre and Membership and Development Coordinator for Springfield Regional Arts Council. Lexy is a past Board member and Membership Committee member of Springfield Creatives. She also moonlights in community theatre and film projects.

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