Family Lunar New Year Origami

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Date: 20 February 2021
Time: 11:00 - 12:15
Location: Zoom, online live streaming 
Admission: £6 per family

(Max 10 families)

Join our ever-popular family origami fun workshop to celebrate Lunar New Year. Guided by our resident origamist Tony Samuels, we will be making decorative lanterns and ox faces to celebrate the Year of the Ox.

A pre-event pack including instructions, a materials list and joining details will be provided to all participating families. Places are limited; early booking is recommended.

What you will need:

  1. Origami paper approx. 15x15cm, in colour(s) of your choice. If you don’t have coloured paper, white paper is also fine.
  2. Scissors or a small cutting knife
  3. Cord or string to hang your decorations
  4. Glue stick

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Add to your Calendar 20 February 2021 11:00 20 February 2021 12:15 Europe/London [MEAA] Family Lunar New Year Origami

(Max 10 families)

Join our ever-popular family origami fun workshop to celebrate Lunar New Year. Guided by our resident origamist Tony Samuels, we will be making decorative lanterns and ox faces to celebrate the Year of the Ox.

A pre-event pack including instructions, a materials list and joining details will be provided to all participating families. Places are limited; early booking is recommended.

What you will need:

  1. Origami paper approx. 15x15cm, in colour(s) of your choice. If you don’t have coloured paper, white paper is also fine.
  2. Scissors or a small cutting knife
  3. Cord or string to hang your decorations
  4. Glue stick
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