The Sacred Valley Project makes it possible for girls from remote communities in the Andes to receive their high school degree and begin pursuing their dreams. In Peru, indigenous communities are dispersed throughout the Andes Mountains and lack access to many public services, including education. Children must walk several hours to the nearest elementary school … Continue reading SHOP FOR GOOD – Help educate & Empower Girls from Sacred Valley of Perú
Catacaos is a small town traditionally known for its filigree, straw hats, and traditional crafts. It is going through difficult times since it is a town that lives on tourism and its sale of handicrafts. Catacaos - known for its gastronomy and crafts (or souvenirs). The furthest cities are the most affected by COVID-19. I … Continue reading Peruvian traditional jewelry techniques in modern designs
The global Peruvian Pride celebration occurs on July 28th, the day of Peruvian independence. However, some may celebrate it every day. For Peruvians, every day it is good to celebrate everything and anything.Different parts of the world get ready for this BIG celebrations. All the Peruvian Embassies around the world celebrate it. First with a … Continue reading What’s the Global Peruvian Pride Celebration ?
Today, the Smithsonian announced the National Zoo and the Udvar-Hazy Center will reopen to the public on Friday, July 24. Visitors will be required to obtain a free, timed-entry pass, which can be reserved starting today at si.edu/tickets or by calling 1-800-514-3849, ext. 1. The Zoo will be open from 8 AM to 4 PM daily, and … Continue reading Heading to the National Zoo this weekend