Children, some even in costume, crowded between rows of books in The Book Shelf Thursday, Aug. 8 to let their imaginations run wild as they put together origami related to a Star Wars theme. The free event included door prizes for best dressed and best impression. (photos by Gwen Ring)
Children, some even in costume, crowded between rows of books in The Book Shelf Thursday, Aug. 8 to let their imaginations run wild as they put together origami related to a Star Wars theme. The free event included door prizes for best dressed and best impression. (photos by Gwen Ring)

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Star Wars origami excites imaginations

Published 10:28am Friday, August 16, 2013

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