During your partyPlay a CD featuring music representing another culture.
You can find this in the world music section of your local music store.
Welcome each guest.
Share a little bit about the theme. Tell how excited you are about WorldCrafts and the artisans represented.
Involve children or youth to welcome guests, to be presenters, to cook, or to staff tables.
This is a great way to raise awareness of the world's peoples among youth.
Give guests time to mingle.
Allow guests about 15 minutes to sample the snacks and view the sample crafts and available media such as artisan bios and other displays.
Introduce WorldCrafts and offer a few facts about the artisans and people groups.
Use the downloadable resources at left.
Show the WorldCrafts Sustain Me DVD (H104125 $9.99).
This short video features live footage of WorldCrafts artisans.
Have a share time.
Ask any enlisted presenters or attendees to share about their trips. Invite guests to participate or share about their experiences.
Take an activity break.
Use the suggested activities or dream up your own. Award products to the winners as you choose.
Complete product purchases and/or take orders.
Allow 20 minutes for guests to review items for sale and make their final purchasing decisions. Or allow time for guests to review the catalog and fill out their order forms. Collect payments and/or order forms before guests leave. If guests want to receive orders by Christmas, orders must be received by November 15. Thank each person for his or her order.
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