lunes, 7 de abril de 2008

New Images - Colibrí en el Parque 2008

Thanks to Jason Steele for these new images of the event:

domingo, 6 de abril de 2008

Images - Colibri en el Parque 2008

Colibri en el Parque 2008 was a great success... view images at

sábado, 5 de abril de 2008

Caldo de Piedra in "Recrearte" magazine

The Caldo de Piedra foundation and our library in San Antonio Aguas Calientes feature in the April 2008 issue of Recrearte magazine (, as part of a series of articles to celebrate World Book Day, which is coming up in April 23th.

You can read the article online at the above link. For more information about World Book Day, visit .

Recrearte magazine is one of the leading culture and arts publications in Guatemala. It is the Spanish language to Revue magazine, Guatemala's English language magazine. Many thanks to Esperanza, Rudy, and everybody at Recrearte magazine for the article.

Concierto Kermés 2008 - Thank You!

Off the cuff... but who have i forgotten?

The concert in the park with the Guatemalan musician, Colibrí was
great! He did a fantastic session for over three hours in front of the
church and entertained us with his great sounds and beautiful
sentiments. Alfonso, the clown from Puerto Barrios, did a brilliant show,
which had the adults laughing as much as the kids. Memorable moments:
Cándido dancing on stage with a strange woman; the police blocking off
the streets for us and smiling as they peered around the corner for
the entire afternoon; the kid that tried to put on the t-shirt Alfonso
had tied in a knot, the girl who flew during musical chairs. Rosita's
delicious cakes, Fernando's fruit salad, the women of Cocode's atol,
the Santiago Zamora women's tostadas, Dona Lencha's chuchitos and Leti's group
who sold dobladas. Thanks to the men of Cocode who put up the stage
and moved boulders to get it together, to the church for the location,
the muni for the electricity, Sergio and Nimrod for their songs,
Suzi's poem, Jason and friends' art competition, Derek's photos, and
the contributions of all which made the day what it was, in true stone
soup spirit.