Day two of seeing the sites as part of our cultural exchange involved a visit to Amsterdam.

We began our day in the little village of Kinderdijk where the last family who makes wooden shoes by hand lives. This family also makes cheese that can only be found in this city. The group learned about these techniques before moving on to the city of Amsterdam.

The group got a little “current world” experience as we landed in a political demonstration on the square. We stayed clear of this activity and visited other sites in the area.

We also ran into some old friends who are living in the city.

Thank you to the Borderless Arts Tennessee board who approved this project.

A huge thank you to several individuals who provided funding support to make this incredible experience possible.

Robbie Ammons (Board member)
Tony Brown
Veronica Crook
Penley Produce Vacation Homes

Public Consulting Group
Robert Rhinehart
Alicia Stewart

We can never thank you enough!