(Adults) Learning and practicing origami has been shown in multiple research studies, including one at Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, to improve mood, memory, and thinking. In this 4-week series, learn a brief history of origami and its context in aging and brain health and development/neuroscience. Gain paper and hand experience/with both non-dominant and dominant hands. Make simple Origami Houses – a chance to learn terms, fundamental folding skills, followed by increasingly complex simple shapes, and practice "Storigami” - story telling with each fold. Presented by Dr. Sylvia Cerel-Suhl, MD. At the Main Library. *Please call (859) 873-5191 or use the form below to sign up.
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