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Mother’s Day Trunk Show

April 23, 2012

When: Saturday, May 5, 2012.
Time: 12:00pm until 4:00pm
Place: 1621 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

Looking for a locally made, eco-friendly, and socially-conscious item to gift this Mother’s Day?

Episcopal Community Services of Maryland’s Mother Made Baltimore program and Ten Thousand Villages are pleased to announce a Mother’s Day Trunk Show and Sale. This event will be held on May 5, 2012 from 12pm-4pm at the Ten Thousand Villages store, 1621 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD 21231.

Mother Made is a local program that helps low-earning women use their crafting skills to generate income. They have teamed up with Ten Thousand Villages, a fair-trade retailer located in Fells Point, promotes buying relationships with skilled artisans who are under- or unemployed.

Mother Made will showcase signature produce bags, shopping bags, and hand-dyed napkins and scarves. Products are available for a range of prices from $5 – $50.

Mother Made’s re-usable produce bags are made of unbleached cotton fabric. The simple design has a drawstring and is printed with Mother Made’s logo. Each “market pack” includes 3 sizes- small (9×12), medium (11×14), and large (14×18 inches).

Mother Made’s resist-dyed Shibori napkins come in a variety of bright and fresh colors, speckled with repeated patterns that are designed and created by women in Baltimore. The napkins (17×17”, rayon/linen blend) come in sets of 4.

Mother Made’s oilcloth totes are durable and perfect for summer trips to the beach or the Farmers’ Market. They are ornamented with vibrant and fun patterns. The totes are 20x17x7inches, with two 17″ straps that will sling comfortably over your shoulder.

MOTHER MADE is a program of the Episcopal Community Services of Maryland that produces reusable produce bags and shopping bags in Baltimore City. Our products reduce plastic bag use in grocery stores and farmer’s markets by offering consumers an alternative.

TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES in Baltimore, MD, is a fair trade retailer of artisan-crafted home decor, personal accessories and gift items from across the globe. Featuring products from more than 130 artisan groups in some 38 countries, we are part of a network of over 390 retail outlets throughout the United States selling Ten Thousand Villages products.

EPISCOPAL COMMUNITY SERVICES OF MARYLAND is a private, nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization located in Baltimore, Maryland. The organization focuses on programs that promote the education, workforce development, and wellness of some of the city’s most marginalized people. ECSM programs include: The Ark, a preschool for homeless children; Jericho, a re-entry program for ex-offenders focused on workforce development and job placement; and The Club at Collington Square, an after-school and summer camp for low-income students.

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