Throughout March – June we are holding various origami sessions where we will learn how to make paper cranes. Origami is the Japanese tradition of paper folding. If you don’t know how to make paper cranes, we’ll show you how through a step-by-step demonstration.
Once you get the hang of it, you can sit back, relax and chat with us about anything and everything!
Why are we making paper cranes? An ancient Japanese tradition states that creating 1000 paper cranes will result in a wish being granted. Our wish like so many other people is for the pandemic to be over and return to some sort of ‘normalcy’ in our lives. We hope you can join us and help contribute to our ultimate goal of creating 1000 paper cranes.
If you’re a registered member of The Net, log in to your account to sign up for available sessions. Not a member? Visit the ‘Volunteer‘ page and follow the steps to join.
Any kind of paper can be used for making origami (printer paper, construction paper etc.). We also have origami paper at our offices. If you would like to arrange for curbside pick-up of these papers, email email@example.com.