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Tag Archives: 2006
December, 2006 Greetings to all our Friends around the World!
The rains have arrived in the Andean highlands! And everyone is very pleased that the rainy season has started with some vigor. The last two years have brought scant rain, so the “normal” onset of rain this year is welcomed. … Continue reading
End of December, 2006 During this special season at the end of the year, we at Q’ewar wanted to share with all our Friends a letter received from Ms. Kerry McCabe. Kerry is a 17 year veteran teacher working at … Continue reading
Mid- October, It’s Spring!
CONTINUED FROM THE SEPTEMBER NEWS! After dinner, which may or may not be around a table, activities wind down and there may be time for conversation, card games or black and white TV if they have electricity and a set. … Continue reading
There are some new photos on the Q’ewar site.
Dear Friends of Q’ewar, There are some new photos on the Q’ewar site showing the medium sized dolls with curly hair, with traditional fiesta dress and village clothing, in addition to a photo of various accessories that can be an … Continue reading
Noticias del Proyecto Qewar, Junio y Julio, 2006
Durante el mes de junio se celebran las fiestas más importantes del calendario cuzqueño: Corpus Christie, y el Señor de Qoyllorritti, dentro del ámbito católico; y el Inti Raymi o fiesta del sol, que deviene de la época de los … Continue reading
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Newsletter for June/July 2006
During this time of year, as Winter Solstice approaches, there are many festivities held in the city of Cuzco. The calendar includes many religious festivals and processions as well as the re-enactment (put on by the city of Cuzco) of … Continue reading
March News, 2006
The Q’ewar crops are growing in health and beauty, in the same way as the Project itself! The garden is yielding all manner of vegetables to the delight of all. (All the food grown on the Q’ewar land is used … Continue reading