Join us at the 2011 Fair Trade Judaica Fair
Sunday, December 4, 2011
2:00 – 5:00 pm
JCC San Francisco
3200 California Street, San Francisco
ADMISSION IS FREE!
Fair Trade Judaica products from all over the world!
|2:15 – 3:00||CRAFT: Bracelet weaving|
|2:45 – 3:00||TALK: Rabbi Carla Fenves on “What’s Jewish about Fair Trade?”|
|3:15 – 4:00||CRAFT: Chalk rubbing activity|
|3:30 – 3:45||TALK: Ilana Schatz, FTJ on Chocolate and Child Labor|
|3:45 – 4:30||CHOCOLATE tasting|
|4:15 – 4:30||TALK: Kate Colwell of Mayan Hands on Fair Trade and Artisans|
PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FOR THE FIRST TIME!
- Beaded crocodile and gecko menorahs from South Africa
- Menorahs made from recycled wire and valves from Cambodia
- Dreidels made from recycled paper from The Philippines
- Leather and woven prayer cases and menorahs from Guatemala
- Beaded jewelry from Guatemala
- Crocheted and beaded women’s kippot from Guatemala
- Paper cut wedding banners for chuppahs from Mexico
- Tzedakah boxes from India
- And much more!
OTHER PRODUCTS YOU’LL FIND FOR SALE:
|Menorahs –||Hand painted from El Salvador
Made from recycled bicycle chains from India
|Mezuzot –||Beaded from Guatemala|
|Kippot –||Hand crocheted from Guatemala
Made from recycled soda cans from South Africa
|Tallit –||Handwoven from Guatemala|
Afikomen/Matzah covers –
|Fabric from South Africa
Handwoven from Guatemala
Embroidered from Guatemala
|Decorative banners –||Jewish Blessing Flags from Nepal
Hand woven Peace/Paz/Shalom from Guatemala
Paper cut Jewish Spiritual/Mazel Tov/ Chanukah banners from Mexico
|Cards –||Paper with woven bookmark from Guatemala|
|Jewelry –||Silver and jade pendants from Peru|
|Kosher chocolate and coffee||Including Kosher Chanukah gelt|
Thanks to the JCCSF for graciously hosting this event.
The Fair is co-sponsored by Congregation Beth Israel Judea, Congregation Beth Sholom, Congregation Emanu-El, Congregation Ner Tamid, Congregation Sha’ar Zahav, Congregation Sherith Israel, Or Shalom Jewish Community, American Jewish World Service, EcoJews of the Bay, Hazon, Progressive Jewish Alliance/Jewish Funds for Justice.