Family, Friends, Food & Fun Volume 3
100% of the net retail sales profit will be donated to Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba & Winnipeg
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Family, Friends, Food and Fun Volume 3 of Anthologie features creative projects, recipes and activities designed to inspire family and friends of all ages to unplug and spend meaningful time together. The Anthologie Project showcases a curated collection of local design, art, food, fashion, and handmade wares, and shares engaging and relatable content, events, workshops and videos. Our passionate and enthusiastic contributors, readers and supporters are the keys to our success. Thanks to this support, in just a few months, our publications have already generated more than $15,000 in donations to local charities. Our goal with this volume is to donate $25,000 in net retail sales profit to the Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba & Winnipeg, as well as to inspire creativity, wellness, caring, generosity, and community collaboration.
Featuring the Work of …
Acorn Café at Generation Green | Boon Burger Café | Bo Rachul | Bow & Arrow, Amy Krahn | Brenda Hudson | Creative Revival Co. | d.a. Niels Gourmet Kitchenware, Michael Licharson | Deb Dunstan | Debra Frances | Devin Bray | Gourmet Inspirations | Imperfections, Andy McKiel | Janet Murata | Jeremy Moffatt | Julie Pedersen Designs | Kami Goertz | Kathryne Koop Pottery | Lady Lorelie Productions | Lennard Taylor Design Studio | Lily Ligocki, Ceramic Artist | Marim Daien Zipursky, Ceramic Artist | Melt Chocolate Co. | Michael Lipinski | Nomad Box Bar | Oceanspray Studio, Marilyn Chapman | Pineridge Hollow | Rox Textile Art | Runs with Scissors, Heidi Hunter | Salvaged Earth Designs | The Stoneware Gallery, Barbara Balfour | Tall Grass Prairie Bread Co. | Tara Davis Studio Boutique | Terry Hildebrand, Ceramic Artist | Thirst Tea & Coffee | Winnipeg North of Fargo, Roy Liang | Verde Juice Bar
About Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba & Winnipeg
Founded in 1918, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is the most established, most extensive community mental health organization in Canada. Through a presence in more than 330 communities across every province and one territory, CMHA provides advocacy, programs and resources that help to prevent mental health problems and illnesses, support recovery and resilience, and enable all Canadians to flourish and thrive. For more, visit mbwpg.cmha.ca.
|Dimensions||10.875 × 8.375 × 0.21875 in|