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Artisan Fair, supporting artists locally and globally
Parish of the Epiphany presents;
ARTISAN FAIR, supporting artists locally and globally
Friday, November 16, 2012
9:30am – 8:00pm
Parish of the Epiphany, 70 Church Street, Winchester MA
(Winchester, MA) – Batik linens from India; Beaded jewelry from Rwanda; woven baskets from Uganda; pottery from Peru; paintings, custom doll clothes, hand-knit items from local Winchester artists; and much more. Discover a unique collection of handmade gifts, home décor, jewelry, and personal accessories from global and local artisans at the Parish of the Epiphany Global Artisan Fair. This one-day event will open its doors from 9:30am until 8pm at Parish of the Epiphany, 70 Church Street in Winchester.
The Artisan Fair will feature vendors whose merchandise reflects a global market or supports artisans in developing countries. We will be showcasing handcrafted items marketed by Ten Thousand Villages, a non profit fair trade organization that helps skilled artisans in some 38 countries receive a fair price for their products.
Proceeds from the fair will support the wide reaching outreach missions of the Parish of the Epiphany such as: El Hogar a school for children in Honduras; Books for South Africa; and local organizations such as the Council for Social Concern, and Rosie’s Place.
Come early and enjoy breakfast at our Artisan Café. The café will feature a menu of delicacies both global and local in flavor, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, and offering a special kids menu.
Free childcare will be provided from 3 to 7pm.
For more information contact: Renie Pavilon at email@example.com or visit the parish website: http://www.3crowns.org/we_serve/woe_goose.html
|Where||El Hogar Ministries 70 Church St, Winchester, MA 01890 (Parish of the Epiphany)|
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|Time||9:30 am–8:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About El Hogar Ministries
The El Hogar Ministries office is located at the Parish of the Epiphany on Church Street and Rangely Road near Winchester Center. It opened in 1979.
El Hogar Ministries is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help poor and underprivileged children in Honduras. It has two goals: to operate an orphanage and several schools in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and to raise money for those efforts and other projects that help children.
El Hogar Ministries raises money through direct contributions, sponsorships and fundraising events held throughout the year.