Couple to move equipment from transport to ARTS/West
November 16, 2017 - tonton
Eric Miller and his wife, Saffron Tonton, transport to places such as Bali, Thailand, and other tools of Asia, to move behind outlandish products for a Many Moons Exotic Market.
“There will be valuables and textiles, surprising present equipment and what we call dedicated objects, that are like a devout judicials of a opposite countries we transport in,” Miller said.
Those equipment will be featured in a Many Moons Exotic Market, that is entrance to ARTS/West, 132 W. State St., on Nov. 18 during 10 a.m. and Nov. 19 during 1 p.m. The eventuality is free, though equipment will be accessible for purchase.
What: Many Moons Market
When: 10 a.m., Nov. 18; 1 p.m., Nov. 19
Where: ARTS/West, 132 W. State St.
Admission: Free with equipment accessible for purchase
Miller pronounced he has been a universe traveller his whole life and likes being concerned in opposite cultures.
“We are universe travelers and we collect trade from a opposite countries where we go,” Miller said. “We have a lot of people who are meddlesome in what we do in a Athens area so we motionless to have a sale around a Christmas season.”
Miller pronounced a marketplace will be affordable for college students since they buy directly from a maker.
“We don’t have a outrageous markup on a prices,” Miller said. “Students will find it is unequivocally bill friendly.”
Emily Beveridge, a module dilettante during ARTS/West, pronounced a equipment sole are appealing to a people who live in Athens, generally since Athens residents might have a singular event to shop.
“One of a advantages of carrying it during ARTS/West is they radically can take over a space in a basement,” Beveridge said. “It looks like a train essentially, where they’ve done it into their store. we consider it’s a unequivocally fun selling experience.”
Kendall Hager, a youth study early childhood education, pronounced she would be meddlesome in going to a marketplace to get a viewpoint of other cultures.
“I consider it’s a cold idea, and we consider it is cold to move a enlightenment to a village of college kids,” Hager said. “I’ve never been out of a country, that we consider creates it cool, since it brings it here (to Athens), so people who don’t have a knowledge can have it.”