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Holiday Open House with Guest Artist Elena Mendez

December 7 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Native Seeds/SEARCH invites you to see what’s new at the retail store this holiday season.

• Enjoy light refreshments from products from the NS/S Sonoran Pantry
• Live music with classical guitarist Eduardo from 1pm-3pm
• Special guest artist, Tohono O’odham basket weaver Elena Mendez. Elena learned the art of weaving miniature horse hair baskets at the age of 14. She continues the tradition of making baskets and would like to share her knowledge with others so they can know her culture and also know how to make baskets.
• Raffle benefiting NS/S: Tickets available for purchase for a chance to win a Oaxacan carved “Prancing Horse” by Enrique Ramirez. Proceeds from raffle support the Native Seeds/SEARCH nonprofit mission
• 10% off store-wide, 15% off for current NS/S members. Guest artist consignment and items not eligible for discount


December 7
10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Native Seeds/SEARCH
3061 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, 85719 United States
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