Event: CAMBA's Annual Shona Sculpture Public Sale Benefit, June 7-11

The Church Avenue Merchants' Block Association, CAMBA, is holding their annual benefit sale of Shona sculpture - stone sculpture from the Shona artists in the Republic of Zimbabwe - this week.

Date: June 7, 2006
Time: 6-9 PM
Place: CAMBA Gallery
Admission: $75

Dates: Thursday June 8 – Friday June 9, 2006
Time: 1 - 7 PM
Dates: Saturday June 10 – Sunday June 11, 2006
Time: 1 - 6 PM
Place: CAMBA Gallery
Admission: Free

The CAMBA Gallery is located at 19 Winthrop Street, just east of Flatbush Avenue, one block north of Parkside Avenue. The closest subway stop is the Q Train Parkside Avenue station. The phone number is (718) 284-9064.


CAMBA is a Brooklyn-based non profit organization with programs throughout the diverse neighborhoods of Brooklyn. CAMBA was founded as a merchants association in 1977, but in direct response to the emerging needs of the Brooklyn community, has steadily expanded its services. CAMBA has grown into a full-service, community-based organization providing a continuum of employment, education, health-related, housing, legal, social, business development and youth services to approximately 30,000 individuals each year. ...

CAMBA serves persons of low-income; persons moving from welfare to work; persons who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or transitioning out of homelessness; persons living with or at risk of AIDS and HIV; immigrants and refugees; youth; and other groups, working to become self sufficient. Our 28 years of experience in working with Brooklyn’s diverse populations has demonstrated to us that, when provided with services and supports that are meaningful and culturally relevant, our clients can make tremendous contributions toward building their own lives, their families and their communities. The majority of CAMBA’s clients live, work and/or attend school in Brooklyn. CAMBA serves local residents of diverse ethnic backgrounds, including recent immigrants and refugees ...


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