Gail Garber Designs
gail@gailgarber.com
http://GailGarber.com/

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Gail's Teaching Schedule

Thimbleweeds Quilters 2017

January 13 & 26, 2018

Ann Silva’s Bernina Sewing Center

Albuquerque, NM

Teaching Cutest Scrap Quilt Ever!

Cutest Scrap Quilt Ever!

February 3 – 11, 2018

Amazon Riverboat Tour

Iquitos, Peru

 

February 28 – March 3, 2018

American Quilter’s Society

QuiltWeek Daytona Beach FL

#QuiltWeek

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April 16-28, 2018

Gulf States Quilting Association

Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida

April 17, 2018

River City Quilters Guild

Baton Rouge, LA

Scrumptious Star Stitchery

Contact:  Daisy Comeaux

 

April 17 & 18, 2018

Remember Me Quilt Guild

Baton Rouge, LA

Lecture:  Quiltmakers and Their Influences on Our Lives: A History Lesson

Sensational Stars Class

Contact:  Lori Steib

 

April 19, 2018

Cajun Country Quilters

Gonzalez, LA

Scrumptious Star Stitchery

Contact: Sherry Herringshaw 

 

April  20-21, 2018

Bay Oaks Quilters Guild

Kiln, MS

The Goose Is Loose (2 day workshop)

Contact:  Therese Springer

 

April  23, 2018

Ozone Layers Quilt Guild

Covington, LA

Little Goose Fly Away Home

Contact:  Ann Sarphie

 

April  24, 2018

Jackson Quilters Guild

Jackson, MS

Little Goose Fly Away Home

Contact:  Dorinda Evans

 

April  25, 2018

Island Quilters Guild

Gulf Shores, AL

Little Goose Fly Away Home

Contact:  Michelle McMillan

 

April  26-27, 2018

Pensacola Quilters Guild

Pensacola, FL

Lecture:  Quiltmakers and Their Influence on Our Lives: A History Lesson

Workshop:  Designing Circular Borders

Contact:  Cena Harmon

 

April  28, 2018

Gulf States Quilting Association

Pensacola, FL

Lecture:  Quiltmakers and Their Influence on Our Lives: A History Lesson

Contact:  Therese Springer

 

May 6 – 9, 2018

The Main House Retreat at Creations

Kerrville, TX

Contact:  Barbara Quinby

 

June 13-16, 2018

Minnesota Quilters Show 

St. Cloud, MN

 

August 14-15, 2018

Brazos Bluebonnet Quilt Guild 

Bryan, TX

Contact:  Alma Fonseca

 

September 26-28, 2018

Faithful Circle Quilters

Downer’s Grove, IL

Contact:  Gail Trainor

 

October 11-13, 2018
The Goose Is Loose
3-Day Workshop

National Quilt Museum

Paducah, KY

 

Keel-billed Toucan, Image by Kristin Brown

Scarlet Macaw, Image by Kristin Brown

Beautiful Antigua, in Guatemala. Image by Steffi Lopez

Guatemala: Birding the Highlands and Lake Atitlán with Gail Garber and Hawks Aloft
January 26 – February 5, 2019

Tucked into the beautiful highlands of the Sierra Madre range in Guatemala is beautiful Lake Atitlán, whose name is derived from the Nahuatl language, meaning “at the water.” Here, at high elevations in the heart of Central America, Gail and Hawks Aloft are partnering with Holbrook Travel and Flyway Expeditions to bring our friends an experience like no other. During this 10-day journey, we’ll seek out rare and native species in this region of Guatemala, which is nestled in the middle of one of the world’s prime migratory corridors. We also will have the opportunity to connect with locals who care about conservation through Audubon’s bird-tourism initiative, Santiago Atitlán. A portion of the proceeds of this excursion will be donated to conservation efforts in Guatemala as well as the conservation efforts of Hawks Aloft..

Guatemalan Hand Weavers, Image by Etel Castillo

Highlights

  • Explore San Juan Laguna, a village known for its many women’s cooperatives, and meet some of the entrepreneurs who weave traditional textiles there.
  • Bird the lower and upper trails at Los Tarrales, with the goal of seeing the Long-tailed Manakin’s impressive courtship display.
  • Visit Corazón del Bosque Reserve for the chance to see Mountain Trogon, Spotted Woodcreeper, White-naped Brush-Finch, and with luck, the uncommon Pink-headed Warbler.
  • Visit Asociación Vivamos Mejor (AVM), a private nonprofit development organization committed to improving the quality of life of rural communities surrounding Lake Atitlán.

Meet your leader:  Gail Garber

Gail Garber, Executive Director, discovered her passion for birds nearly 30 years ago. Since then, she has dedicated her life to avian studies, education, and other aspects of Hawks Aloft. She has traveled extensively for birding, including much of the U.S. as well as Canada, Venezuela, Honduras, United Arab Emirates, Kenya, and Tanzania. She has lead birding tours to New Zealand, Ecuador, Costa Rica, and closer afield within the U.S. Garber is a popular speaker for adult programs throughout the Albuquerque area and at birding festivals in New Mexico and Colorado where she regularly leads raptor tours at various events, sharing her love of birding and conservation.

Land Cost  $2,565  Per person