GAINESVILLE - Rahab's Rope, a local non-profit, announces the grand opening of it's new location on the Gainesville square. <br />
The gift store, named "A Global Marketplace," showcases handmade and Fair Trade products from around the world including India, Morocco, Vietnam, Kenya, and Jordan. <br />
Rahab's Rope uses the profits from it's retail business to fund anti-trafficking work in India. <br />
Starting August 8, each weekend will host a variety of events, sales, and food tastings. The store is located at 118 Washington Street, on the corner of Washington and Main Street. (Click on the link below for details.)
The University of North Georgia (UNG), in celebration of Black History Month, is hosting an exhibit of artwork by Michi Meko titled "Circle of Rivers," through March 11 and "Hip-Hop as a Healing Practice" symposium on Feb. 27 on the Dahlonega Campus.
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