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July 7, 2012 Posted by Ryan in News

What's happening in July?


Swami Beyondananda - "Chance of a Laugh-Time"

Wednesday, July 11- 7:00p 

 Swami Beyondananda - 7/11 Chance of a Laugh-Time
Bridge Event CenterGarden CityID
6200 N Garrett St
Boise ID  83714
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The Swami For Precedent Evening (in a presidential year ) is a hilarious and inspiring evening of cosmic comedy. We will experience One Big Intent...of open-hearted levity. Come share in the glee and joy, the wisdom and the laughter...and experience what we not only create together but carry with us maybe forever. 

For those new to Swami, you are in for a surprise. His second set is a Q & A from you. Bring a question for the Swami to answer. He will mystify, unify and funify an answer!
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at door and available at Dunia Marketplace or online at Buy Swami Tickets here

A part of the proceeds will benefit Dunia Marketplace and Corpus Christie House.

Welcome to July!  

We hope you are all having a wonderful summer.
Being in Boise's Historical Hyde Park at this time of year is refreshing and fun as we see the entire area come alive!  We enjoy sharing fair trade stories with local Boisean's, Idahoan's, and people from around the world, many who aren't familiar with Fair Trade or want to learn more. We also receive 100's of visitors who have mapped our store specifically because they have devoted some part of their life to fair trade, whether coffee, chocolate, or gifts, they enjoy spreading awareness for this vital social movement!  Some folks even sign on to volunteer with us.  Volunteers are the lifeblood of our store! If you are interested in learning about how to become a volunteer and spread the word about Fair Trade, please vist our website and fill out an application.
Hope to see you in Hyde Park.

Click to learn more >>>  VOLUNTEER AT DUNIA!

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June 13, 2012 Posted by Ryan in News

It's shaping up to be a beautiful June

 Honor your grad's and dad's with Bike Chain!?

How about a bike chain frame, bracelet,  or snake bottle opener?

Whether a biker or have a love for abstract patterns, all will enjoy these unique items made from recycled bike chain!

Real bicycle chain artistry from the artisans of Noah’s Ark in Moradabad, India.
The cost of metals has skyrocketed in recent years, which has had a devastating effect on the local economy and on the lives of metal workers in Moradabad. Noah’s Ark has worked hard to train artisans in using alternative metals and materials.


Fair Trade Market at The Idaho Green Expo!
Saturday, June 23rd 10am-7pm and Sunday, 24th 11am-5pm

Visit The Fair Trade Market at Idaho Green Expo!
Spend the weekend shopping for unique treasures in an international marketplace atmosphere at the annual Idaho Green Expo. Many items  including handmade and fairly traded jewelry, home decor, musical instruments, textiles, pottery, rugs, teas, coffee, and local items from Idaho.

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May 24, 2012 Posted by Ryan in News

End of May News

Join Marcia Franklin & Ten Thousand Villages CEO, Doug Dirks on Dialogue

Airs on IDAHO PUBLIC TELEVISION :  Tomorrow, Thursday, May 24, 2012   8:30/7:30 pm MT/PT

Marcia Franklin talks about fair trade issues with Doug Dirks, the CEO of Ten Thousand Villages, a fair trade retailer. The two discuss the definition of the term "fair trade," how consumers can know if they're buying a fair trade item, how artisan communities use the money derived from the sale of their products, some of the criticisms of the movement, and what Dirks views as its future.

Remember Dad's and Grads

How about a bike chain frame?

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