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Sunday, November 28

Decorate SF’s “World Tree of Hope” w/ 17,000 Origami Cranes (Nov. 27-28)
Sunday, November 28 – 12:30 pm | Cost: FREE*
*RSVP Required
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Decorate SF's "World Tree of Hope" w/ 17,000 Origami Cranes (Nov. 27-28)

See the world’s most unique holiday tree at Grace Cathedral. The Rainbow World Fund (RWF) World Tree of Hope is the largest origami holiday tree in the world, standing over 23 feet tall and decorated with over 17,000 origami cranes and stars, each hand folded ...

Wednesday, December 1

SF’s “World Tree of Hope” w/ 17,000 Origami Cranes (Dec. 1 – Jan. 8)
Wednesday, December 1 – All Day | Cost: FREE | Grace Cathedral
SF’s “World Tree of Hope” w/ 17,000 Origami Cranes (Dec. 1 - Jan. 8)

See the world’s most unique holiday tree at Grace Cathedral. The Rainbow World Fund (RWF) World Tree of Hope is the largest origami holiday tree in the world, standing over 23 feet tall and decorated with over 17,000 origami cranes and stars, each hand folded ...

Monday, December 6

2021 World’s Largest Origami Tree “Tree of Hope” Lighting (Grace Cathedral)
Monday, December 6 – 6:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Grace Cathedral
2021 World's Largest Origami Tree "Tree of Hope" Lighting (Grace Cathedral)

See the world’s most unique holiday tree at Grace Cathedral. The Rainbow World Fund (RWF) World Tree of Hope is the largest origami holiday tree in the world, standing over 23 feet tall and decorated with over 17,000 origami cranes and stars, each hand folded ...

Saturday, January 8

World’s Largest Origami Tree “Tree of Hope” w/ 17,000 Origami Cranes (Final Day)
Saturday, January 8 – 10:00 am | Cost: FREE | Grace Cathedral
World's Largest Origami Tree "Tree of Hope" w/ 17,000 Origami Cranes (Final Day)

See the world’s most unique holiday tree at Grace Cathedral. The Rainbow World Fund (RWF) World Tree of Hope is the largest origami holiday tree in the world, standing over 23 feet tall and decorated with over 17,000 origami cranes and stars, each hand folded ...