• Irene
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    Come, celebrate the wonderful talents of Ojala Niños at their Holiday Bazaar, offering treasures and gifts in stained glass and a variety of hand-made items.

    One day only: Saturday, November 21 from 10 AM – 4 PM at Calle Gorrion 24, in Col. Guadiana. The site is open-air with all Covid 19 protocols observed.

    Ojala Niños is a non-profit integrated learning program in the rural community of San Miguel Viejo, offering resources and guidance to foster creativity, critical thinking skills and self-confidence. The daily classes are free and available to children from age 3 on.

    During this upended time of COVID, Ojala has given information, PPE and food to the whole community. The children have been particularly taught about the seriousness of the virus and how they can minimize their exposure. Even without classes, they have had access to some of their materials and have produced beautiful pieces of art, poetry and stories. The art is what you’ll see and be able to purchase at the Holiday Bazaar. The children receive the money from their sales, so please come by to support and encourage these amazing artists.

    Elsmarie “Elsa” Norby
    www.ojala-ninos.org
    cell: 044 415 101 7757

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  • Reminder Bunny
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    Reminder: This is happening Saturday November 21.
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