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Special Sessions - December 3, 2017

This is a listing of the Special Sessions for December 3, 2017, both morning and afternoon sessions.

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Morning Classes

HOLIDAY ORIGAMI
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 10:30am - 12:30pm
Level:
LOW INTERMEDIATE
Teacher:
Bernice Smith

Hip, hip, hooray, the holidays are here! Have a happy time with Bernice as she guides you through some easy and cute winter holiday models. These will include a Santa, candy cane, two trees, a candle and perhaps more as time permits. Get in the mood and fill your room with joyful cheer!

TOMOKO FUSE BOX WITH LEAF UNIT
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 10:30am - 12:30pm
Level:
LOW INTERMEDIATE
Teacher:
Kay Eng

Can’t find that perfect gift box? Make your own! Starting with an easy modular box by Tomoko Fuse, Kay will teach you a leaf unit to add pizzazz to the box top. This pleated leaf unit can be added to any model that has a small pocket. Mix and match colors and patterns to create a memorable presentation.

SAAR STAR
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 10:30am - 12:30pm
Level:
INTERMEDIATE
Teacher:
Talo Kawasaki

Want to take home a part of the American Museum of Natural History Holiday Tree? Those lovely silver star mobiles that surround the tree feature the spectacular Saar Star. Learn how to fold one using the same holographic paper as seen on the tree. Both a 5-pointed version and the original 4-pointed version will be taught as time permits. Folders should be comfortable with petal folds and open sinks. It’s the perfect fold to add to your holiday museum experience.

CHRISTMAS TREE GIFT BOX
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 10:30am - 12:30pm
Level:
INTERMEDIATE
Teacher:
Linda Bogan

You can never have too much holiday fun! Welcome the holiday season and your guests with this impressive and versatile model designed by Jean Rishel. Folded from a 6-piece triangular box and a tall Masu box, the tree not only holds a small gift but makes a festive table decoration as well.

Afternoon Classes

FAMILY FUN - FAVORITES
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Level:
BEGINNER
Teacher:
Ruth Tepper

Ruth will teach an assortment of her favorite models that are fun and charming. This class is a great opportunity for families to explore the magic of origami together. No experience is necessary. For children ages 8 and up. Adults without children are also welcome!

TULIP GARDEN AND SQUARE DISH
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Level:
LOW INTERMEDIATE
Teacher:
Arlene Gorchev

Anticipate Spring with this delightful little tulip garden! The tulip is the traditional Thai flower bud, with additional papers for the stem and base. As time permits, Arlene will also teach a square dish and hexagonal dish to display your flowers. Four flowers will be made in class but feel free to plant more!

MOVING ORIGAMI
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Level:
INTERMEDIATE
Teacher:
Mark Kennedy

Bring out the kid in you (as well as others) with these super-fun folds! Mark, who is a big kid himself, will teach a variety of puppets, toys and action models to amuse, entertain, and distract children of all ages. These models are fairly quick and easy to fold in a short time, suitable even for those with shortish attention spans.

LOTUS BOWL
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Level:
LOW INTERMEDIATE
Teacher:
Belle Fernandez

You don’t have to twist yourself into the Lotus position to take this class! This “modular” creation is actually five separate bowls folded out of pentagons of decreasing size. When you stack them together, you get this magnificent lotus shape. What a gorgeous way to store your snack bowls. Move over, Tupperware!

FLEXICUBE FROM RIBBON
Date and time:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Level:
INTERMEDIATE
Teacher:
Faye Goldman

Pick this up and you’ll never be able to put it down! A flexicube is a model which consists of 8 connected cubes and rotates endlessly between a 2 x 2 cube and a 2 x 4 rectangular formation. Invented in the 1980’s by Philip Noble, this neat toy uses a single, very long strip of paper. Faye will supply ticker tape to practice and polypropylene ribbon for the final one. This is addictively fun to play with!

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