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Dunia Marketplace

We are a non-profit store that sells hand-made items from local and global artisan families. Come check us out at 1609 N. 13th St. in Boise's Historic Hyde Park.
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What is Fair Trade?

Fair trade improves families and communities by offering better wages, decent working conditions, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.
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Dunia is a beautiful word describing "world " and "life" in multiple world languages. An appropriate description of our non-profit fair trade store, as each purchase creates a world of opportunity!

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June 29, 2011 Posted by Ryan in Events

Morning Owl Farm Market Coming to the Dunia Marketplace Courtyard

Finally, the permits are all in place so now we can shout it out with glee! Morning Owl Farm Market is coming to town! Starting May 7, Morning Owl Farm Market will be featured in Dunia Marketplace's Courtyard (formerly Ten Thousand Villages), and be open every Saturday, 1609 N 13th Street, located in the heart of Hyde Park Boise. Available will be whatever is growing at the farm: plant starts; produce; duck eggs; our fabulous Quack Quiche and even our world famous Morning Owl Beignets and coffee. Pedal or stroll on over and see us. Opening May 7- through October

Saturdays 8:30 am - 1:00 pm

Here's a link from Northwest Food News with more pictures: link
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March 21, 2011 Posted by Ryan in Events

Annual Oriental Rug Event

"Quality You Desire, Fairness Artisans Deserve"

Over 300 Fairly Traded Rugs made by Fairly Paid Adult Artisans

Mark your calendar for our 2011 upcoming Annual Oriental Rug Event May 12th -15th featuring over 300 hand-knotted rugs all made by fairly paid adults, from 2'x3's to 10'x14's. Since our store is not large enough to carry these rugs year round, we host this special event once a year to bring these high-quality, fairly traded, hand-knotted rugs to our community from the Main Rug Gallery at Ten Thousand Villages, Ephrata, Pennsylvania.

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