|Local band playing at opening reception of Quilts for the Red Textil: First Encounter of the Ibero American Textile Network at UCR Limon|
|Adriene's class beginning a project|
|Fiber magic taking place.|
|Hermalina, American Corner Librarian taking roll to assure all interested students get a place in one of the classes.|
|EdJohnetta and her students preparing to learn about greeting cards.|
|Main room of library with Ed's class on the right, quilt samples in the middle and my class on left.|
|Here I am getting used to being called "Miss Marion". I'm in age denial.|
Many bottles of water and preferably a small towel or handkerchief are essential accessories for teaching in the tropical environment. These ladies are sweethearts and eager to learn. Many wanted to know when we were coming back before we even finished the class.
|Mixing it up!|
|We were excited to find this sewing machine in our favorite restaurant.|
|UCR Limon Exhibition Gallery|
Opening lectures and reception for the exhibit were held Thursday evening. Both were well attended and received.
|Beginning of the lectures.|
|Opening remarks by university official.|
|Art team and university representatives.|
Teaching and touring was a 12 hour a day event. Classes started at 9 a.m. and we finished our day around 10 p.m. We made new friends, tried local delicacies at the reception, listened to live music presented by emerging artists of the area and learned about the local issues within the community.