If you’re looking to pick up a new hobby – this could be the opportunity for you.
The British Origami Society is holding a mini meeting in York this weekend, on Saturday 25 November at Bootham School.
The informal meetings are for paper-folding novices and experts alike, as folds will be taught in the session and participants are welcome to bring any projects that they’re struggling with or origami memorabilia that they’d like to share.
The British Origami Society, which first started in 1967, is a group dedicated to the art of paper-folding – also known by its Japanese name ‘origami’.
They organise both local and national meetings across the country, and hold two day residential conventions twice a year. The last time a convention was held in York was in 2010.
Have fun and meet like-minded creatives in the art of origami in York.
Tickets for the York mini meeting are free, but must be reserved here.
If you miss this weekend’s meeting though, not to worry! There are several more in the new year.
To find out more about The British Origami Society, visit their website here.