Cultural Survival Bazaar
Proceeds from the Cultural Survival Bazaar help cultures survive. No, really — vendors sell items made by people in other countries who benefit directly from the sales (a far better option than buying an H&M sweater made by exploited nine-year-old Indonesians, nimble as their tiny fingers might be). And each day, there’s entertainment from far-flung corners of the globe. This weekend marks the bazaar’s final run for the season (it was at Harvard last weekend), so stock up on feel-good gifts at the Shops at Prudential Center.
Celebrating Native arts with live music, craft-making demonstrations, shopping, and more