from worthless to priceless
turning discarded materials into something fun and useful while providing fair trade employment to artisans around the world
ABOUT KORU STREET
The koru spiral, a Maori symbol that represents an opening fern leaf, represents a new beginning. At Koru Street, we give new beginnings to waste materials, neighborhoods and lives. But eco-friendly doesn't have to be boring!
All items are fair trade, created by organizations around the world to provide sustainable employment. We're constantly looking for more products that fit the bill, so check back often!
WHERE TO BUY
Besides our online shop, there are also many opportunities to see Koru Street products in person. Stop by one of our upcoming events or one of these great boutiques in your area.
Click below or in menu bar for stores who carry Koru Street products or events around the country!
OUR NOVEMBER SHOPPING EVENTS
World Holiday Market
Saturday, November 3
9am - 4pm
Broadmoor Community Church
315 Lake Ave, Colorado Springs, CO
Liberty High School Craft Fair
Saturday, November 10
9am - 4pm
Liberty High School
8720 Scarborough Dr, Colorado Springs, CO
Fair Trade Shopping
Sunday, November 11
12pm - 2:30pm
Prince of Peace Church of the Brethren
7000 S Windermere St, Littleton, CO
10th Annual International Christmas Tea & Bazaar
Tuesday, November 13
4pm - 7:30pm
Bear Valley Church
10001 W. Jewell Ave. Lakewood, CO
World Gift Market
Saturday and Sunday, November 17 - 18
Saturday 9am-4pm and Sunday 9am-2pm
First Plymouth Church
3501 S Colorado Blvd, Englewood, CO
Sugar Plum Bazaar Holiday Show
Friday and Saturday, Nov 23 - 24
Friday 1pm-9pm, Saturday 10am-5pm
The McNichols Building
144 West Colfax Ave, Denver, CO
MORE EVENTS IN DECEMBER - CHECK OUR WHERE TO BUY PAGE FOR A CONTINUALLY UPDATED EVENT PAGE.