Please join The Community Cloth on December 7th for an intimate shopping experience at the Chloe Dao boutique in Rice Village. We will have the latest Community Cloth products for sale, as well as light bites and drinks. Shop local this holiday season and support our women artisans!
Please join the Community Cloth at this fun, family-friendly night market hosted by The Asia Society Texas Center and sponsored by American First National Bank. There will be exciting activities, exhibitions, food trucks, local vendors and more! The Community Cloth will be selling our handmade products such as scarves, throws, knitted hats, bags and jewelry.
The market will take place at The Asia Society - 1370 Southmore Blvd, Houston, TX 77004 from 6pm-9pm. We hope to see you there! Bring your friends and family!
Please find more information here.
The Alliance for Multicultural Community Services will host its first annual international food and culture celebration on Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 7-10pm at Kim Son restaurant. United We Dine is an opportunity to celebrate Houston’s diversity while highlighting the important work Alliance does to help refugees and underserved individuals in the community.
Chefs will give attendees the opportunity to virtually transport themselves to various countries and regions through the culinary expertise of about 20 unique restaurants. Each will offer a small plate featuring their signature dish. During the event, patrons will be entertained with live performances from the finest artists representing various cultures from around the globe.
We will be showcasing and selling products from The Community Cloth at this event. We are especially excited about the new products we've been working on with our artisans. We hope to see you there!
Please join us this Sunday, October 8th, at Okra Charity Saloon to celebrate the $1 Millionth dollar donated! The giving will surpass $1 million in donations this Sunday with its latest check presentation.
The Community Cloth will receive a check as one of the featured organizations in September, along with Southern Smoke, Animeals on Wheels and The Montrose Center. Newman's Own Foundation has provided a generous matching grant.
We are honored and humbled, and so excited to celebrate this generous giving on Sunday at Okra! We hope to see you there.
Join us for a fun morning of shopping The Community Cloth, connecting with artisans, and meeting Samantha Brown.
The Urban Harvest Farmers Markets bring the bounty of the garden to Houstonians several times a week year round, rain or shine. Growers offer locally produced vegetables, fruits, farm products, dairy products, prepared foods, cut flowers and plants. Our colorful markets support a number of family farms and boost the income of small growers from the area. Even school groups, community gardeners and backyard gardeners have the opportunity to sell their products and learn about market gardening with the Houston Regional Market Growers Co-op.
We are hosting a Volunteer Training at Phoenicia Specialty Foods (1001 Austin St, Houston, TX 77010) on Tuesday, February 28th @ 6 PM. We will send the invite following this email.
We strongly encourage your participation in this training as it will prepare you for being a volunteer with The Community Cloth. This training is intended for new and existing volunteers.
RSVP on Facebook or by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
During this training we will cover the following:
- The Community Cloth mission
- Overview of our Houston refugee community and our refugee artisans
- Volunteer opportunities
We'll have time at the beginning of the meeting to buy food and drinks and meet our fellow volunteers.
Prior to this training, we request that you fill out our survey so that we can have a better understanding of how you would like to contribute your time and efforts to The Community Cloth. We need all survey responses in by end of day Monday, February 27th.
Use this link to fill out the survey: https://ekimzey.wufoo.com/forms/z12yhgdu1m9dipo/
Please feel free to forward this invite and survey to anyone who may be interested in serving our organization. Let me know if you have any questions!
The Sweetheart Market welcomes you to dance, laugh, shop and have a Love Affair in the Heights- Sunday Feb 12th, 11am-5pm.
Finding something to do with your sweetheart on Valentine's weekend just got easier.
Where: Behind Heights Glass 613 1/2 19th St.
Look for our Tea + Art booth and get free tea samples while you shop. Or visit our inner bar/shop for more tea and art goods!
Happy Holidays!!! Welcome to the First Annual Christmas Party by
Live Life In Style! This year's theme will be the seasonal favorite "Ugly Christmas Sweater". This year's party will benefit The Community Cloth and will be held at Haiku Home by Big Ass Solutions.
DIYs, Food, Drinks, Christmas Movies & Music, Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest, Swag Bags, and Fabulous Raffle Prizes!
Facebook Invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/1774414226108992/
Please join your event hostesses for an evening of champagne, conversation and SHOPPING! Artisans from The Community Cloth, a microenterprise initiative empowering refugee women in Houston, will be selling their beautiful handmade items just in time for the holiday season. So bring your checkbooks, credit cards and cash, and let's shop for a great cause. And it gets even better because the one-and-only Chloe Dao is hosting us in her beautiful boutique and giving a portion of her store's sales to The Community Cloth! Houston doesn't get any better than this.
The Allies Market is a venue for patrons to shop responsibly this holiday season, while supporting local, socially conscious vendors.
The market features fair trade, direct trade, and social enterprise merchants who use their businesses to promote employment and well-being for people in Austin and around the world. This free event for the public will include art, jewelry, music, clothing, purses/bags, toys, cosmetics, coffee, paper goods, housewares, photo prints, and much more.
Phoenicia is bringing back YUMMY! Wonderland again this year for the second time. Go global and give back this holiday season with an international holiday festival and brunch highlighting art, music, traditions and customs from around the world. Entertain the family with holiday crafts, cookie decorating, cultural performances and live music. This year, you can take also take classes with Mrs. Claus and her elves to learn her secrets for keeping Santa so jolly! Bring a toy to donate to the Houston Fire Department's (HFD) Operation Stocking Stuffer and snap a photo with Santa.
Cost: Open to the public, free of admission, with option to purchase food. Register for tickets at
The Community Cloth can't wait for the FLEA Style Market! For only $5 cash at the door (kids 12 and under are free), you can shop over 120 vendors and enjoy great food and music! Come join the fun!
Saturday, November 19 from 9am-4pm
Silver Street Studios
The Community Cloth is excited to be a part of Free the Captives' Christmas Market hosted by Crosspoint Church in Bellaire.
Join us on Friday, Nov 18 from 1-8pm and Saturday, Nov 19 from 10am-4pm. It's a great place to get your holiday shopping done!
We are happy to announce that we will have a showcase of our Fall & Winter collections as well as a sample sale of 20 - 40% off of last season's items!
Join us at the Parlour Salon on Tuesday, November 15 from 10 AM - 7 PM to shop our current and last season's collections.
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided during Happy Hour, which starts at 5 PM!
The Office of Johnny Tumlinson and The Volunteers are proudly announcing Family & Wealth Fundraiser, which is a mini-fundraiser that will be benefiting an organization called The Community Cloth is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization.
The Office of Johnny Tumlinson- event aims to enhance the role families play in financial planning for their future. All are welcomed to come even if you are single! :)
1. ALL MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND
2. Valet parking is provided
What to Expect at Family & Wealth Fundraiser: A Formal Dinner for all the attendees and so much more!
3. Personal Finance, Tax, College planning
4. Health topics
5. Wills & Trust
6. Kids Tutoring
7. Long Term care.
Mix and Mingle at 6:00 p.m.
Event dinner starts at 7:40 p.m
Facebook event here.
AsiaFest 2016 is FREE and open to the public!
For the latest additions, visit us at AsiaSociety.org/Texas/AsiaFest2016
Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with Asia Society's annual family event featuring community performances, fusion cuisine, creative activities, local vendors, and more.
Follow us on social media and share your photos with us:
Facebook: @AsiaSocietyTexas | #AsiaFestTX
Instagram and Twitter: @AsiaSocietyTX | #AsiaFestTX
FUSION FOOD AND SNACKS
Food trucks representing the Bayou City’s culinary diversity will be lined up on Southmore Boulevard. Choose from Casian King Food Truck, Churrasco Truck, D'Lish Curbside Bistro Gourmet Food Truck Catering & Event Planning, It's A Wrap! mobile bistro, Pho-jita, SMOOSH - Custom Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches, Tila's Restaurante & Bar, and Wokker TX Ranger. Jade Stone Cafe will serve light bites and beverages.
Popcart Handmade Ice Pops will also sell popsicles, and Asia Society Texas Center will sell mochi ice cream and Asian beers.
Performances from the Houston community will fill our indoor and outdoor stages:
Martial Arts Demonstration by Clear Lake Iaido
Korean Fan, Flower, Doll and Drum Dances by Yun Hwa Lee Dance
Bhangra Dance by Dolly Goyal
Performance by Iranian Youth Dancers from Iranian Cultural Foundation
Kamishibai, Traditional Japanese Storytelling by Consulate-General of Japan at Houston
Bhartanatyam Dance by Anjali School
Ismaili Dance Ensemble by Aga Khan Foundation
Korean Dance by Kim Kuja
Performance by Dance of Asian America
Performance by Kalaangan School of Odissi Dance
Sinulog Dances by Tropical Rhythms
Visit AsiaSociety.org/Texas/AsiaFest2016 for a current list of performances.
GAMES AND ACTIVITIES
Central Asian Carpet Canvases
Face Painting by Nefaerieous Faces
Japanese Ikebana Display by Houston Ikebana International
Maori Koru Art Designs
Origami by Asian/Pacific American Heritage Association
Pinch-Pot Game by OCA Greater Houston
Taiwanese Calligraphy by Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Houston/Taiwan Academy
Tanabata Wishing Tree
Year of the Monkey Creations by SASE – Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers
VENDORS SELLING LOCAL GOODS
Earthredz, Big Creek Farms, Om Connection, Human Nature Texas,Rosehip Essentials, South China Seas, Heirloom Treasures. Inc., and The Community Cloth.
Come see our exhibitions We Chat: A Dialogue in Contemporary Chinese Art in the Louisa Stude Sarofim Gallery (2nd floor) and Yuriko Yamaguchi in the Sarofim Grand Hall (1st floor).
Cigna Sunday Streets Houston is an initiative to promote and improve the health of Houstonians. Cigna Sunday Streets Houston opens a stretch of streets normally reserved for cars and other vehicles to allow cycling, walking, dancing, socializing and provides a family-friendly opportunity to be physically active.
We will have a sales table at this event. Come out and be active with us!
Heartmade Art Market was conceived and created by Tracy Manford Carlson of Tracy Carlson Photography and Sonja Fulbright of Crush Design Co. Our tag line, “design for happiness,” is exactly how we like to do things. We think small actions add up to big results, so we’re putting the hearts of Houston’s talented artists to work for the benefit of local non-profit organizations, like Hoof Prints and Heart Beats (HPHB), and the community at large.
Heartmade artists are among the best ambassadors of the Houston art community, and we always want to make sure they are able to find success. We designed this market to ensure that both the artists and the charity would come out on top. Booth fees go directly to the charity, leaving the artists free to make their sales knowing the “heartwork” is already taken care of.
HPHB was created to provide free rehabilitation and therapeutic riding for physically challenged individuals and people who suffer from social disorders such as autism, ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, and eating disorders, as well as Equine Enhanced Counseling for post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma, and addiction recovery.
Calling all women and lovers of women!
We are celebrating all the strong ladies on March 8 - especially the artisans of the Community Cloth who are determined, small business owners making changes in their communities. Show your support for them and all women on International Women's Day with us at Axlerad.
Early Bird Perk!
When you RSVP and/or make a donation online, you will be entered to win a Community Cloth woven scarf! (If you're not able to make it to the event, you can make a donation to be entered into the contest!)
RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/international-womens-day-tickets-22132725578
Join Vox Culture over coffee/tea and sweets @ A 2nd Cup Coffee House as we host the second event of our 2016 series on Refugees, "Connecting our Local & Global Neighbors".
Our February event, titled, "Vox Story Tellers" will feature several clients from our 2016 community partners: The Community Cloth, IEDA Relief, and PAIR Houston. Rather than putting energy in solely discussing the past that some of these individuals have gone through, the event will be dedicated towards these individuals sharing their vision of THEIR FUTURE!
PLEASE RSVP FOR THIS EVENT BY CLAIMING YOUR FREE TICKET!!!
The goal of this event is to find ways to support these individuals in their goals/dreams, and listen to some of the challenges and/or positives that they have had in achieving or attaining their ambitions. A Q&A may follow. More details to be announced soon!!
Please note that the purchase of any drink or food item at A 2nd Cup goes towards benefiting the work of anti-human trafficking organizations across Houston.... so if you attend, you are practically supporting two causes in 1 event!!!
This event will take place on Saturday, February 27 from 1:30PM-3:00PM @ A 2nd Cup (1111 E 11th Street, Houston, TX 77009).
Come celebrate the holidays with a fun group of people! There will be a tacky sweater contest, food, drinks and even a photo booth. Also, you can take care of your last minute shopping needs at The Community Cloth table.
You don't need to be a resident to join the fun! Stop on by Dec 14 anytime from 7-9pm!