BNICEH (be nicer), the Black Network in Children's Emotional Health, consists of BNICEH SmokeOut Campaign, IMPRUVE (Independent Movement of Paratransit Riders for Unity, Vehicles and Equality), and Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Consortium.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Support BNICEH at Rogers Park Holiday Market Sat. Nov. 26, 2011

OCCUPY Rogers Park Holiday Market –What Vendors Will Be Selling from 10am-3 pm at 1230 W. Greenleaf Chicago IL 60626
Info: 773-416-7366

Our vendors are diverse small businesses, businesses owned by persons who are disabled, Black-owned and woman-owned businesses, and young people who own businesses.

Vendors will be selling handmade jewelry- wire wrap jewelry, one-of-a-kind-jewelry, hand spun knits and yarn, hand spun scarves-- knitted caps and mittens- handmade pillows - poetry - drawings -- masks--dolls--Wellness products such as Nature's Sunshine, herbs, doctor-formulated nutritional supplements, products to protect from EMFs in cell phones, appliances, PCs, laptops --magnetic and copper jewelry--massage and healing services--coffee--tee shirts-candles--vintage clothing, organic snacks, fruit, nuts, gourmet food and drink mixes, etc.

We have a dee jay. The hosts and the dee jay are disabled professionals who are community-focused. It’s a culturally diverse and SAFE family event-- NO ALCOHOL, NO TOBACCO, NO DRUGS, NO GUNS ((~_~))

“Don’t (sic) cost attendees nothing” but TIME, a voice to sing along, and if you have them, the dollars you saved by not shopping Friday. The vendors come here to sell products or provide services. This is not only Black Saturday, but Healthy Saturday—vendors with health products, healthy food or healthy attitudes are pleased to serve…sell…and profit from your support.

Remember to stop by for the FREE raffle, FREE ornament-making and FREE Children’s Caroling Contest. Winners must be present to win. COME SPEND BLACK SATURDAY AT LOYOLA PARK. Hungry for more after you snack with us? Several restaurants are nearby—some deliver, some are within walking distance.

Give thanks for More Health, More Life, More Substance for All to sustain Themselves and Grow Despite Economic Outlooks! Asè (ah-shay)