Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do near me

WEDNESDAY 8TH JULY 2020
A THING TO DO THIS WEDNESDAY

Dull Wednesday at home? Need some culture? We're here to help.
While the world looks closed due to coronavirus COVID-19, we've got things to keep you interested during lockdown.
Estimated cost Free Estimated duration 20 mins
It might be made of paper, but you can make a boat that passes the fundamental test for any seaworthy vessel - it floats. All you need is a square sheet of paper, of any size, and you can start folding according to these simple instructions - then pop it on some water and see if your boat building skills are up to scratch. If you'd prefer to make swans or flowers, the site also has step-by-step guides to a whole variety of origami creations.
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