Origami Club of Pittsburgh

The Origami Club of Pittsburgh (OCoP) is the parent group of the University Chapter. OCoP is a non-profit cultural and educational organization founded in August 1988. OCoP is dedicated to the sharing and promoting of origami, the art of paperfolding. OCoP is an affiliate of Origami USA.

The group is open to all levels of folders:

OCoP meets once a month at the Squirrel Hill Library. Other activities of OCoP include exhibits and demonstrations, decorating origami Christmas trees at the National Aviary and the Pittsburgh International Airport, and publishing a bi-monthly newsletter. For more information about the Origami Club of Pittsburgh, check out the Squirrel Hill Library Origami site

Meetings

OCoP meets in the community room of the Squirrel Hill Branch Library of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. The Squirrel Hill Library is located on the corner of Forbes Avenue and Murray Avenue in Squirrel Hill (5701 Forbes Avenue, 422-9841).

    Date:   One Saturday each month. 
            Upcoming meetings include 11/15/03 and 12/20/03.

    Time:   Noon to 1:15 pm - Children
            1:30 to 3:00 pm - Adults

    Dues:   A donation of 25 cents per child and $1 per adult
            is requested to help cover operating expenses. 

During each meeting members learn to fold two or three new origami models.


Origami Club of Pittsburgh, University Chapter

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