Tarahumara Baskets & Art
Saturday, December 12, 2015
Jim and Katie Harrelson from K’s Canastas in Bisbee bring a large assortment of the pine-needle and sotol-grass basketry and pine-bark carvings of the women of the Tarahumara villages in the Copper Canyon area of Mexico. Talks about the Tarahumara people and crafts at 11 AM & 2 PM. The entire event runs from 10 AM–5 PM.
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