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MMEG Annual Arts & Crafts Fair

The World Bank, Washington DC, USA
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MMEG Annual Arts & Crafts Fair has brought together a vibrant mix of local and international vendors in the heart of Washington DC. MMEG supports women in developing countries in their pursuit of higher education in order to improve the lives of women and children.


Timings

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Public)

Entry Fees

Free Ticket For Industry Professionals Check Official Website

Participants

5000 - 20,000
Visitors

100 - 500 Exhibitors Based on previous editions

Category & Type

Trade Show
Arts & Crafts
Education & Training

Editions

11 - 23 Nov 2020
12 - 14 Nov 2019
13 - 15 Nov 2018
14 - 16 Nov 2017
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Frequency Annual
Next edition likely in Nov 2021

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MMEG Annual Arts & Crafts Fair 11 - 23 Nov 2020
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Margaret Mcnamara Education Grants (MMEG)

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Tim Olupona

Tim Olupona

Retired at Self employed

Maryland Heights, United States
Tomasz Webb

Tomasz Webb

Sales Representative at J&J wiring

New Orleans, United States
Zafar iqbal khan

Zafar iqbal khan

Proprietor at Al Ahmed steel traders

Karachi, Pakistan
Richard Ugbah

Richard Ugbah

CEO & President at Richi Housing & Tourism

Lagos, Nigeria
Bonnie Hausman

Bonnie Hausman

Graphic Designer at Just 4 U, llc

Syosset, United States
Sondra Jordan

Sondra Jordan

Writer at Hurdlecards

Columbia, United States
Donna Parker

Donna Parker

Jewelry at Uniquity

Washington DC, United States

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Mmmf International Arts & Crafts Fair includes over 50 vendors for featuring arts, crafts, gifts, home decor and merchandises from all over the world. The display range includes Hand painted ceramics from Jordan, Hand crafted pottery from Nicaragua, Shawls from Pakistan, Thailand and Cambodia, Baskets and wooden statues from Africa, Fine European linens, Alpaca items from Peru and Bolivia, Handmade toys from the Philippines, Russian artifacts and Turkish antiques, Clothing from India, Vietnam and Africa, Handmade accessories by Mayans from Guatemalan Highlands, Jewelry from around the world, Fine chocolates from Bolivian cooperative of cocoa producers and so much more.

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The World Bank

1818 H St NW, Washington, DC 20433
Washington DC, USA

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