Sunday, Apr 9 | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Mad Rona's

The crane has been traditionally cherished and respected as a symbol of longevity in Japan. After Hiroshima, paper origami cranes have become a symbol of world harmony—let’s fold them together for peace.

Currently living in Qualicum Beach, Shino Yoneda is a teacher from Japan. She has been volunteering for the 1000 Crane Projects for the community, and teaches origami as art and math, and Chinese brush writing.

Mad Rona’s lawn, 500 North Rd | free | All Ages | drop-in