CALENDAR
GETTING THERE
PREPARATION FOR TRIP
INFORMATION ON SICILY

BOOK REVIEWS

PERSONAL REFLECTIONS
HOMEPAGE

Raculmulto Theater where we went to watch a play. Winner of the Catania St. Agata Marathon Race. He is also the winner of the NYC marathon.
Preparing Via Etnea for the procession.
Duomo Piazza as the crowd gathers for the St. Agata events.
Carrying one of the candelore. The candelore start the procession.
The giant candles carried in front of the fercolo. Peter having fun with a street performer. Child dressed in the saio and scuzetta. Spectacular fireworks over the St.Agata sign.
St. Agata on display in the church. The obelisk depicting the story of Isis.
The fercolo with the candles being passed up. More fercolo with St. Agata.

The group who went to the Almond Blossom Festival in Agrigento.

Front: Kathy, Daniella, Guiseppe back: Clara, Michelangelo, Peter, Sylvia, Maria

A horse pulling a Sicilan Cart.
A Sicilian Cart in all its glory. This horse liked Kathy's hand - kept kissing it.
Performers from Singapore. Sicilian performers.
The most preserved temple at Agrigento. Almond Blossoms!
Guiseppe and Maria in front of Almond tree in bloom. Us in front of the same tree. The ruins as the sun was setting.
More Sicilian musicians. The stage for the performance with Agrigento in the background. A young boy dressed up in one of the many varied costumes that children wore.
A helpful man on the street who took us to Maria Stella Castania.

Maria, Josephine and Kathy going over family records at the Cemetery in Montedoro.