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Experience the Japanese art of origami! Origami literally translates as ori (folding) gami (paper). This traditional Japanese craft of paper folding began in the 17th century but has been popular outside of Japan since the mid-1900s. The origami crane has since become a symbol of world peace, health and long life.
Origami is a wonderful hobby for individual and group activity. We invite a child with Parent or Grandparent in learning this beautiful art form together. The objective of these classes is to foster close relationship and bonding between parent and child. The emphasis is on the process. The classes are “hands-on,” exciting experiences for both children and adults. Parent and child work together side by side. New communication between parent and child results from sharing creative experiences and the crafts they created.