NOTICE: RESCHEDULED FROM TUES. DEC. 10TH TO WED., DEC. 11TH
Looking for interesting Christmas gifts, while at the same time support
artisans in Asia and Africa and other Third World countries? Then look
no further. You're invited to an
Open House entitled, “It’s a Small World After All,” scheduled for Wednesday, December 11th, 2:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Woodbury North Congregational Church Parlor. Light refreshments will be served.
Hand woven silk scarves designed by renowned textile designer and Woodbury
native, Carol Cassidy will be on sale. Purchases of the
Carol Cassidy scarves will help support artisans in Laos and Cambodia, some of
whom are landmine victims.
Additionally, African jewelry to benefit the Nambale Magnet School in western Kenya, will be
available for purchase. Sale proceeds will be used to support the expansion of the Nambale Magnet School,
which has as its major goal to educate and house western Kenyan orphans.
Other items offered for sale at the “It’s a Small World After
All” Open House on December 10th will be handcrafted items by third
world artisans through the SERRV organization and hand-stitched gifts from the Widow’s Friend project, which assists women of Bangladesh.
Co-Sponsors of the December 11th “It’s a Small World After
All” Open House are Beverly Carlone,
Linda Leidel and Sharon Sherman.
For more information regarding the December 11th “It’s a
Small World After All” Open House to be
held at the Woodbury North Congregational Church Parlor, call 203-910-0661.