Sat., Dec. 1, 11a – 5p
First Church in Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
at the monument, 6 Eliot St., Jamaica Plain, MA
Food, music, crafts!
Sun. Dec. 2, 11:30a – 1:30p
382 Walnut St., Brookline, MA 02445
We will be set up to sell during coffee hour after the 11a service.
Tues. Dec. 2 through Fri. Dec. 7
128 Carlton Road
Charlottesville VA 22902
Call re hours! 617-308-7026
We’ll be working with Building Goodness (what a great name!) on fundraising for the new workshop and showroom for Asociación Maya weaving co-op in Sololá.
We may be at City Market on Sat. Dec. 8.
Wed. Dec. 5 – Sun. Dec. 9
La Piñata will be selling our products at Eastern Bank Community Room
687 Centre St.
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Times to be announced.
Sun. Dec. 9, 12n – 2p
Alternative Christmas Fair
11 Garden St. (Harvard Square)
Cambridge, MA 02138
Sun., Dec. 9, 11a – 5p
Mon. Dec. 10, 8a – 7p
Tues. Dec. 11, 8a – 4:30p
Crystal Gateway Marriott
1700 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
Just 3 minutes from the Crystal City Metro Station!
Sat. Dec. 15, 10a – 6p
Sun. Dec. 16, 10a – 6p
Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School
459 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138
Free parking available at the garage on Ellery St. between Broadway and Cambridge St. (turn onto Ellery St. from Cambridge St.). 10 minute walk from Harvard Square Station.
Food, music, and Fair Trade indigenous crafts vendors and artisans from around the world! For more info, see ** below.
Sun. Dec. 16, after 10am services, 11a – 1p
75 Great Road
Bedford, MA 01730
10% of sales will go to the church’s Sanctuary Fund. 10% will to the Panajachel Colegio Internacional scholarship fund.
Fri. Dec. 21, 10a – 10p
Sat. Dec. 22, 10a – 10p
Sun. Dec. 23, 10a – 8p
Prudential Center Belvidere and Huntington Arcades, Boston, MA 02199
Enter at 800 Boylston St. or at Belvidere and Huntington across from Green Line Prudential Station T.
Music and Fair Trade indigenous crafts vendors and artisans from around the world! For more info, see ** below.
**The Cultural Survival Bazaars are a series of cultural festivals that provide Indigenous artists, cooperatives, and their representatives from around the world the chance to sell their work directly to the American public.
Each event features traditional and contemporary crafts, artwork, clothing, jewelry, home goods, and accessories from dozens of countries.
In addition, the Bazaars offer cultural performances and presentations, including live music, storytelling, craft-making demonstrations, and the unique chance to talk directly with makers and community advocates.
The Cultural Survival Bazaar Program goals work to support the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples’ articles 11, 20, and 31.