Products give back love

Looking for something for Valentine’s Day that shares the love in your heart with others?

Looking for something for Valentine’s Day that shares the love in your heart with others?

The Comox Valley Global Awareness Network and NIC International Education will offer an educational mini marketplace of global and compassionately crafted goods on Wednesday at 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the NIC Comox Valley campus in Tyee Hall.

All of the products featured give back the love in a variety of ways. Join us for Share the Love, Share the Wealth, Be a Global Valentine. Talk to vendors, find out more about how they do this, fill in the questionnaire and win one of three fair trade gift baskets.

You will find chocolate of course, First Nation’s artwork, silk scarves, beautiful Drops of Hope, epic posters and much more.

For more information, contact regional co-ordinator Cari McIntyre at 250-703-6376 or cv.globalawareness@gmail.com.

— Comox Valley Global Awareness Network

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