November 7 - 9, 2014

St. Michael & All Angels Parish Center • 602 N. Wilmot Rd., Tucson

A Benefit For
St. Michael’s Guatemala Project and
The Castañeda Museum of Ethnic Costume

Indígena Imports of Austin makes a rare visit to present a benefit showing and sale of almost 300 Maya traditional textiles from Guatemala.  Featured are antique, exceptional, and museum quality traje elements, as well as everyday and bargain items.

The Castañeda Museum, Tucson, adds an exhibit of artifacts from its extensive global collection, and St. Michael's Guatemala Project offers Maya daily-use and bargain items for sale, primarily from the communities served.   Each day includes a silent auction of Native American, Latin American, and other gift and food items from Tucson merchants and friends.

Fri. evening, Nov. 7th - 5 - 8 P.M. - Opening Reception for Sale & Exhibit
Guitarist Charles King - 5:30 P.M.
($10 recommended donation, applied in full to first purchase)
Sat., Nov. 8th - 10 A.M. - 4 P.M. - Free Admission
(Native American food available for purchase)
Sun., Nov. 9th - 11:30 A.M. - 3 P.M. - Free Admission
(Native American food available for purchase)

(non-profit benefit - cash or checks only, please)
information: ilaa@mindspring.com • (520) 299-4129 • candee@castanedamuseum.org

We're raising funds to publish our book, Around the World from A to Z with Ethnic Dolls. The book features colorful ethnic dolls with short descriptions along with maps, encouraging everyone to learn more about world cultures and geography. Please watch the video, and at the conclusion, there is information about donation categories and the gifts the donor receives. For a donation of $20 - $49, the donor will receive a set of 5 Museum textile postcards. (This reward is not mentioned in the video.) Higher donations also include the postcard set.

View the Marta Morales Video »

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