DOWNTOWN NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOCIATION

Supporting Local Business: Villagers’ handcrafted creations introduced at East Exchange store

Partnering with the Sampurna Village Project in India, Blue Moon – the East Exchange furniture gallery – is lending support to economic development in India by introducing rural villagers’ handcrafted jewellery, beaded handbags, jute bags and decor items to Winnipeg for holiday giving.

Get the whole story here http://www.exchangedistrict.org/blue-moon-partners-with-the-sampurna-village-project-in-india/

Blue Moon is located at 109 Pacific Ave. just west of Waterfront Drive.

Phone204.452.7096   blue_moon@shaw.ca

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Sampurna village in India where Bock met craftspeople

 

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Beaded Handbags

 

 

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