Off to a great start this spring on the east coast making our presence known. Sharing Fair Trade Imports from Eastern and Southern Africa.
Sharing our Goods.
Making a Difference!
Most recently at the Michigan International Women’s Show by invitation after receiving The Award Winning Exhibit at the Southern Women’s Show in Richmond VA.
Preceded by lots of fun at the Southern Women’s Show in Raleigh NC, the 20th Columbia International Show in Columbia SC, Mother Earth News Fair in Ashville NC, Flower Town Festival in Summerville SC, the Women and Children’s Expo in Charlotte NC, the Home, Garden and Green Living show in Asheville NC, Southern Women’s Show in Savannah GA, Women Today Show in Knoxville TN, Downtown Raleigh Home Show in Raleigh NC.
But we aren’t skipping a beat – coming up –
Blue Crab Festival in Little River SC – what a great weekend this will be.
Everyone enjoys the weekend’s festivities, and locals and visitors alike attend this celebrated annual event, to experience the fun and tradition. The goal is certainly for folks to have a good time, and create many great memories to last them a lifetime, but the Festival Committee has an additional goal, too. The ‘World Famous’ Blue Crab Festival is unique, in that its purpose is to raise money to help support the community, local organizations and its residents. Additionally, events are held throughout the year that the Festival Committee participates in, on behalf of the ‘WorldFamous’ Blue Crab Festival, to supplement the local community and to promote Little River. One of the most well attended and respected 2 day festivals in South Carolina and along the South East Region.
The 2015 Mint Hill Madness will return Memorial Day Weekend 2015. Mint Hill Madness is a festival to celebrate the founding of the Town. Mint Hill Madness has something for everyone in the family; delicious food; great music ranging from country to rock; a fantastic family carnival; an arts/crafts fair; an all-American parade; and of course, a spectacular firework show. Mint Hill Events Inc. has been working hard to plan another great event. So…ready, set….LET THE MADNESS BEGIN!
The Celebration of the Arts started in 2003 as a street-type art fair and has grown to a large art festival with more than 80 art vendors. The Celebration of the Arts is part of a town-wide festival called Celebrate Fuquay-Varina. This festival showcases regional music acts as well as a variety of free, family-fun entertainment. The combination of music, great food, fun activities and incredible art vendors attracts large crowds.
The art festival features artists and fine crafts people producing original work. Many categories of original art work are represented including jewelry, basketry, clay and ceramic creations, soap, candles, decorative painting, fine art painting, garden art, metal work, furniture, drawings, and folk art. The 2015 Celebration of the Arts Festival will be Saturday, June 6.
Twin City Rib Fest. What has become an annual Winston-Salem event heralding summer's arrival originated in a downtown church parking lot in 2005. And since then 20-25,000 Twin City BBQ fans come out for the good food and fun. Daring to promote a whole 'nother type of 'cue; something beyond Lexington style BBQ, promoter Allen McDavid launched the first RibFest with Shiner Bock beer as the title sponsor. "Where is it written that pork barbecue has to be chopped or shredded," McDavid asked. "There is more to the pig than shoulders and butts."
The success of the Twin City RibFest was immediate and helped it gain recognition in Bon Apetit magazine Martha Stewart.com and Our State magazine, as well as being named a Top 20 Event by the Southeast Tourism Bureau several years running.
Schedule June 11-14, 2015;
500 W. Fifth Street and 200 Block of N. Spruce Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Thursday, June 11, 11 AM - 11 PM
Friday, June 12, 11 AM - 11 PM
Saturday, June 13, 11 AM - 11 PM
Sunday, June 14, Noon - 6 PM