The final party was a lot of fun! We had a Folklore Dance Group from University of Central Nicaragua, where we held our classes, perform three dances. Each of the Spanish classes did something: a song, a poem and a play in Spanish ("Caperucita Roja," a/k/a Little Red Ridinghood). Michelle Kaufman performed a belly dance, and a guitar duo played while a woman from the dance group presented a traditional dance. Several host families had taught dances to the students and even rented them attire for the occasion. Dalena, our country coordinator sang, and of course the grand finale was 606 from the red Mennonite hymnal, followed by "Ay Nicaragua, Nicaragüita," which everyone in the audience knew by heart and sang with us. Several of the host moms baked 900 pastries for the refreshments. It was a good time.