The Lake Elsinore Library Is Ready For The Holidays ... And The Japanese Art Of Folding!

Celebrate the holidays, reading, and culture at the Lake Elsinore Library.

At the Lake Elsinore Library located at 600 W. Graham, we have our holiday decorations up in the children's area and our stockings are hung by the chimney with care! (Actually, they are on the wall, but the spirit is there.) Our Christmas books are out waiting for parents and kids to take them home to be enjoyed.

After the holidays, beginning Jan. 7, our Winter Reading Program will start! This year our theme is Origami (the traditional Japanese art of folding). We will be learning Valley Folds, Mountain Folds, and Squash Folds to make all kinds of fun stuff. We hope you will join us for the month of January for some fantastic folding!

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Constant Comment December 06, 2012 at 03:46 AM
I love origami. It's simple to learn & brings a surprise smile from anyone you give one to. I make swans & cranes out of the 'tip money' that I leave waitresses. They always get a kick out of such a simple gesture. }~)
One Voice December 06, 2012 at 11:13 PM
That sounds really cool, I thin want to learn it :)


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