Festival Bolivia 2015

Festival Bolivia 2015 – Saturday, May 9, 6p-10p, at Earle Brown Heritage Center

Join us for Mano a Mano’s 6th annual event on Saturday, May 9, 2015 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota! This year’s event will be highlighting our new Center for Ecological Agriculture (CEA), a project that supports rural Bolivian farmers with training and low-cost tools to improve food security & nutrition in their communities using an ecologically sound approach. The event will include a cocktail reception, wine pull, silent auction (with some great items!), Mano a Mano staff from Bolivia traveling to Minnesota to attend, interactive displays featuring Mano a Mano’s projects, a 3-course meal, and a program showcasing the impact the CEA is having in rural Bolivia.

Buy Tickets and Sponsorship Information

Tickets and tables of 8 (with a 10% discount) for the event can be bought online via the embedded form below or on Eventbrite. April 29th is the final deadline to RSVP; if you plan on attending please respond ASAP!

  • PURCHASE TICKETS ON THIS PAGE ON THE FORM BELOW – scroll down to purchase tickets for Festival Bolivia 2015 (the form is embedded from our Eventbrite page, and payments are processed by Eventbrite).
  • If you would prefer to pay via check, please mail payment and ticket information (number of attendees and first & last name, any dietary restrictions, and any seating preferences) to: Mano a Mano International Partners, 925 Pierce Butler Route, St. Paul, MN 55104
  • If you are interested in sponsoring the eventSPONSORSHIP INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE HERE.
  • Please SHARE this page with anyone that you would like to invite to the event – Festival Bolivia is open to anyone that would like to attend – and we hope to see you there!

More Information about the Center for Ecological Agriculture

This 2.5 acre crop demonstration farm and training center teaches high Andes farmers to manage their scarce water resources and to practice ecologically sound agriculture while resisting the marketing of pesticides and chemical fertilizers by foreign corporations. Complete with greenhouses, small animal pens, alfalfa pasture, prototype farm ponds and cisterns, a biodigester, mulching and composting areas, and overnight stay rooms with ecological sanitation facilities, this facility provides hands-on experiences to ensure farmers are able to maintain the projects Mano a Mano has completed in partnership with them.
CLICK HERE for more information about the CEA program.

Last Year’s Event – Mano a Mano’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

Last Year’s Event – Building a School in Esmeralda

Last year was Mano a Mano’s 20th Anniversary Celebration, and thanks to donations made at the event we were able to build a school in Esmeralda, Bolivia.