The Origami Society of Toronto is a gathering of Origami enthusiasts.
Being a part of the Origami Society of Toronto is a great way to learn more about paper folding and to share your experiences and knowledge with others.
The Origami Society of Toronto is involved in community events around the city and has participated at venues such as Harbourfront Center, the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum. Members are regularly invited by event organizers to teach, to demonstrate and to display their Origami.
Our meetings are held at the Japan Foundation Toronto and usually take place on the third Thursday of the month. Meetings begin at 7:00 PM and finish around 9:00 PM.
Each monthly meeting features a theme. A prepared set of diagrams on the theme are available, or people work on their own projects. The skill level ranges from Introductory to Advanced and members are on hand to help novice folders and also to challenge those experienced in the art of paper folding. At meetings we share books, folding techniques and information on resources.
We invite you to visit us at a monthly meeting. If you would like to join, there is an annual fee of $25. Because members are responsible for bringing their own paper to meetings, quite often a wonderful variety of materials are brought out when we begin folding.
See below for transit information and a location map.
For a meeting schedule, go to Events.