New to Church Street for Summer 2016

Gaku Ramen

Gaku Ramen is an authentic Japanese ramen shop and will offer tonkotsu, shoyu, miso and vegetarian ramen soup bowls, plus a variety of starters including edamame, gyoza, pork buns, shishito peppers and several salads. Find them at 144 Church Street and at www.gakuramen.com.



Choose from over 150 types of tea, including exclusive blends, limited edition seasonal collections, traditional straight teas and exotic infusions from around the globe. Plus...

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This Holiday, Give Meaning


Finding the perfect gift is a challenge.  The best gifts have stories behind them—gifts with meaning.  Ten Thousand Villages gives meaningful work to makers around the world because everything in our stores is 100% fair trade, and has been that way for nearly 70 years.  Just beautiful, handcrafted items with beautiful stories behind them.



Looking for jewelry?

Every jewelry piece at Ten Thousand Villages holds a story and a history.  Rooted in tradition and culture,...

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Things to be excited about this November


With Thanksgiving right around the corner and Christmas not long after that, Burlington and Church Street are getting in the holiday spirit. See below for the most exciting things happening this November and be sure to go to our calendar to keep up to date with all Church Street and downtown Burlington events!

Burlington Winter Farmers Market



The 8th Annual Burlington Winter Farmers Market showcases all that Vermont has to offer all Winter Long! The Market starts...

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Halloween in Downtown Burlington


Downtown Burlington is the place to be for spooky and silly Halloween fun this year! See below for lots of fun family-friendly events taking place in our community. Many of these events are free. 


Queen City Ghostwalk

Tuesdays-Sundays | 7pm |Meet in City Hall Park |$18

For mystery and spooky fun, there's nothing quite like a Queen City Ghostwalk. Author and paranormal historian,Thea Lewis, has been scaring up fascinating tales and quirky characters in Burlington and...

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Ethical Accessories: Global Fashion For Fall

From etched silver and ebony of Niger, to bomb shell brass in Cambodia, Ten Thousand Villages carries the most unique and storied jewelry pieces you'll find for fall.  Every item in the store is fairly traded and ethically sourced, ensuring environmental responsibility, healthy working conditions, and a fair wage for the makers who showcase their skill through craft.

The Slow Rain Earrings were crafted in India by makers from the Tara Projects artisan group.  Natural Materials (such as...

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