International Marketplace

Shop crafts, art, products, services from different cultures and get to know non-profit organizations making a difference in Central Florida.

African Artists Collective

The images and icons of West Africa come alive on the Collective’s selection of canvas prints.

African Hair Braiding

Togo-born, Sanford-based Ms. Angela draws on her 16 years of experience to work magic on your head. You can also stock up on black soap, shea butter and African clothes and jewelry.

Ajna Beeing

The styles of Indonesia and Nepal are seen on handmade clothing, bags, tapestries, jewelry and other accessories.

Ask Me To Do A Poem

Poet Dennis Amadeus offers handmade shirts that put the world on notice you’re ready to “spit a verse,” plus motivational journals to inspire your creative process.

Bohemian Treasures

Designers Wanda Reyes and Denisse Torres contribute handmade leather handbags and accessories fashioned from fine leather hides from around the world, plus crochet designs executed with exquisite European threads.

Dar Al Arab Women & Kids

Give your personal environment that touch of the Middle East with handmade crafts, Arabic clothing and home accessories.

Dejaci Home Fragrance

Brazil is the source of this fresh  fragrance oil made from distilled water and naturally incurring ingredients, perfect for living and working spaces alike.

Empress Treasures

Give your personal environment that touch of the Middle East with handmade crafts, Arabic clothing and home accessories.

Ernita’s Elite Crafted Bracelets

Handcrafted beaded bracelets by Ernita Evans bring a flash of color, fun and fashion to your wrist.

Florida Historical Society

Add some variety to your library with books focusing on the diverse cultures of Florida, including indigenous peoples and those of Spanish, African and European descent.

Jojo's Jewelry by Jory

Map-shaped earrings and jewelry are among the wearable pieces based on silhouettes native to Africa, Haiti and other Caribbean locales.

Kick Bright

Orlando’s venerable purveyors of buttons, pins and vintage clothing are ready to spiff you up in the fun and funky traditions of American pop culture.

The Kingdom Treasure

Accessorize yourself in the tradition of Russian and Ukrainian women with authentic statement flower crowns and jewelry.


Fashion, jewelry and bags from Kenya allow you to take a little bit of Africa with you everywhere you go.

Lion of Judah Academy

Learn about the Pine Hills school that’s focused on the intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, physical, and cultural growth of students from kindergarten through 8th grade.

Mazaar US

Marwa Gad and Shereen Mousa keep the spirit of their home country alive with home décor imported from Egypt (and other parts of the Middle East), including trays, mugs, cushions, table runners, candles and cups.


Freshen up your beauty regimen with a selection of all-natural hair oils, rosewater and creams based on ingredients from South Africa.

Natural Couture

Answer the call of your inner goddess with apparel, accessories, headwraps and body oils from Africa.

Running with Frances

Table runners and couch throws with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and other seasonal themes are hand-quilted by Frances McHenry, based on her own designs and patterns.

South African Butcher Store

Port Charlotte’s Beef Country offers a selection of South African dry goods, plus a smattering of arts and crafts.

Tournesol Tribal

Every authentic adornment a belly dancer could want, including rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and headpieces. Even if you’re not a practitioner of the art, there are textile pillows, handmade handbags, textile belts and shawls to choose from. Represented regions include Pakistan, India, Africa and several other exotic locales.


Colombia’s Alfredo Quintero takes you on a journey of Latin-American magic realism with his original paintings, hand-embellished giclees, prints and tie-in jewelry.

  • 2 player game
  • each player gets 5 stones

Throw as many as you can into the bucket placed the same distance from each player
if it is a tie, keep increasing the distance until there is a winner.