There was a constant line out the Cruiseport doors throughout this joyous and growing annual Open Door Empty Bowl Dinner.
Silent auction: For this trio of bowls, can you guess which is which by Senator Tarr, Representative Ferrante and Mayor Romeo -Theken?
Last night I had an origami class at The Hive, with a Valentine’s Day theme. Although I had a variety of models ready to teach, we ended up focusing on just making a rose, which is a somewhat complicated model. There were two other meetings going on in other rooms, from which we benefitted by getting spillover snacks!
Snacks, a finished rose, and a rose in the making
We added origami leaves and a stem to the rose at the end, which you can partly see in this photo with David Brooks:
David Brooks with his finished rose
I will be teaching another class in March, although the date is yet to be determined. The theme is yet to be determined, but some possibilities are:
- boats and ships (not the typical newspaper sailboat – ones with more variety of shape, maybe some that float, but maybe also some with more detail but less functionality)
- Origami spirals (kind of abstract but really cool)
– Fr. Matthew Green