Rick Juliusson, co-Director of the Monteverde Friends School in Costa Rica, will be joining us on Tuesday, Oct.11 at 7:00 in the First Friends meeting room to share stories and inspirations from their Quaker school in the cloudforest.  Established in 1951 by Friends from the Fairhope Alabama Meeting and elsewhere, Monteverde has become a model for environmental sustainability and intentional community.  The school is celebrating its 65th year and continues to provide bilingual Quaker education for 120 children ages kindergarten to grade 12.  Rick will talk about the history of the community and school, and opportunities such as study abroad, volunteering, gap year, and bilingual musical theater summer camp.  See more
at:  www.mfschool.org