Archive / August, 2010

House of Talents Fall Events

We are excited to announce several upcoming fall events.  Visit House of Talents at any of the following festivals, and get a head start on your holiday shopping.  We look forward to seeing you there! The Labor Day Weekend Spectacular Craft Show & Sale September 3-5, 2010 Oakwood Mall4800 Golf Road, Eau Claire, WI Friday

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House of Talents Fall Events

We are excited to announce several upcoming fall events.  Visit House of Talents at any of the following festivals, and get a head start on your holiday shopping.  We look forward to seeing you there! The Labor Day Weekend Spectacular Craft Show & Sale September 3-5, 2010 Oakwood Mall4800 Golf Road, Eau Claire, WI Friday

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In the News

House of Talents was featured on the local Twin Cities news, watch the story: http://kstp.com/news/stories/S1707173.shtml?cat=1 Points of clarification: While my childhood started in some of not so romantic places in Ghana, the majority of my childhood, through my teenage years, was spent in the village; an equally poor place but much better than the slums

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In the News

House of Talents was featured on the local Twin Cities news, watch the story: http://kstp.com/news/stories/S1707173.shtml?cat=1 Points of clarification: While my childhood started in some of not so romantic places in Ghana, the majority of my childhood, through my teenage years, was spent in the village; an equally poor place but much better than the slums

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New Bicycle Baskets

Thank you for your interest in our new asungtaba bicycle baskets. We are expecting a new shipment by September 3rd. if you would like to reserve one please contact us. Please view our other baskets Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph’s community in Ghana. Asungtaba Bicycle Baskets – The Story:It started

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Boy in jersey

By the end of my trips to Africa, invariably someone in the communities I visit gets logged in my heart and mind. On my January 2010 trip to Mali, it was a young boy I met in Borko, located in Mali’s Dogon Country. I first noticed him amidst a group of boys taller than him.

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