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3203 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard, Portland, Oregon 97202-8199
A hexaflexagon is a strip of paper folded in a specific way to produce a magic hexagon that can be flipped inside out to reveal more than two "sides" despite being flat. They are very fun to make, play with, and show off to your astonished friends. In this class we will learn how to make both types: tri-hexaflexagons, which have three sides, and hexa-hexaflexagons, which have six. You can decorate them creatively, and they are amazing fidgets. A very worthwhile skill to learn! The first day of class will cover tri-hexaflexagons (1/17) and the second will cover hexa-hexaflexagons(1/18). Led by Zoe Cute and Daniel Collier.