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Mustard Seed Fair Trade is having a Sseko tying party Friday!
“Who is having a what?” You might ask.
Mustard Seed is a fair trade is a non-profit organization in Columbia that sells items that are made in developing nations, thus supporting the farmers and artisans in those countries.
One of Mustard Seed’s products are Sseko sandals. These are sandals that have straps that can be tied in different ways in order to create shoes with versatile and individual looks.
Mustard Seed is throwing it’s second annual Sseko bash where these shoes are 10 percent off the regular price. A new Sseko’s product will also be showcased at the party and available in store.
Whether you plan to buy a new pair or you already have some and are looking for a fresh style, you can go to Mustard Seed to learn new knots and enjoy refreshments.
Where: 25. S. 9th St.
When: Friday, 5–8 p.m.
For more information: 449-6166
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