Origami Workshop: Krishna Panyam at Jaaga, 070412

I was delighted with the last workshop I attended, so I would strongly recommend this!



*Introduction to Origami – Beginner workshop on Origami*

Date: Saturday, 7th April, 2012
Time: 4pm-5:30pm (90 minutes)
Place: Jaaga, Double Road (www.jaaga.in)
Age: 8-80 years
Fees: Rs 150 (inclusive of paper, you just need to bring your hands)



  1. Lakshmi Guruprasad says:

    Hi Deepa,
    The website given doesn’t show any details on this event. It would be great if you can share the contact details

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