Arbor Day Festival in Port Gamble 4/29

Port Gamble will host its first ever Arbor Day event this Friday, April 29th from 9am – 3pm, including a tree planting ceremony at 1:30pm at the Hood Canal Pavilion. The tree is in memory of a longtime employee in Port Gamble who passed away unexpectedly last year.  Look at the Port Gamble website for more information. Come on into our historic, beautiful town and celebration tree conservation, and stop by Tango Zulu to get a head start on Mother’s Day shopping. Perhaps a small African market basket with a couple of felted soaps inside? Or a felted wool oven mitt from Nepal, as seen here?  Beautiful and practical olive wood or ebony wood utensils?  We also have lovely Nepalese and Indian clothing and handbags, luxurious pure olive butter and aloe butter, and a wide range of other fair trade and sustainable gifts for your mother.   Come to Port Gamble, plant a tree, and stop into one of the only (perhaps THE only?) fair trade stores in Kitsap.

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***This blog has been retired as of 1/1/2013. We invite you to follow us at http://tangozuluimports.blogspot.com.*** This blog is about the products and business practices of Tango Zulu Imports, a small fair trade company in historic Port Gamble, Washington. We carry an array of artisan products from developing countries, with a specialty in African baskets.
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