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January 15, 2012 Posted by Ryan in News

End of the Year 2011

Thank you for being a part of our World  in 2011

While looking forward to a brand new year, we also glance back and count our blessings.

In 2011 Dunia Marketplace:
  • Organized and staffed 11 off-site fair trade markets and events. (Thanks for hosting us!)
  • Held 5 Community Shopping Events, raising over $1000 for community organizations.
  • Hosted field trips and spoke in class rooms about fairly trading.
  • Sold approx. 600 Local non-profit / refugee hand-crafted items.
  • Told their fair trade story, and supported 1000's of artisans and farmers in 35 countries (125 artisan groups).
  • Logged 1491 Volunteers hours!!
  • Retained an active roster of 25 store Volunteers,  and 6 very active Volunteer Board Members!
  • Worked with and trained over 50 Volunteers to work in our store and at events
  • Booked 2 local Farm groups ( Morning Owl Farm and Create Common Good) to sell produce and more in our courtyard on Thursdays and Saturdays.
  • Received a $1000 grant from The Boise Rotary.
  • Received donations from the Northend Mennonite Felowship, the art collective Bosco, Art Source Gallery, Fitness Revolution, and individuals.
  • Organized a pet food donation drive in Hyde Park for the Idaho Humane Society Pet Food Pantry.
  • AND welcomed 1000's of visitors to our store from around the world =  YOU!

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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