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New African Cultural Business Set to Open in Quincy Square

In Quincy, Zambian art is coming to town. Kena Bwembya and her husband Charles are launching Bwembya’s Market on April 11th at 10 a.m. This new black-owned business aims to support local Zambian artists and showcase their work in the community.

Bwembya’s Market will feature a variety of items imported from Zambia, including jewelry and kitchenware. However, the main focus will be on showcasing authentic Zambian crafts created by local artists. The couple hopes to create a hands-on experience of African culture for neighbors in Quincy.

The grand opening promises to be a cultural celebration that brings together the community and highlights the beauty and diversity of Zambia. The couple wants to bridge the gap between different cultures and create a sense of connection through their art display. According to Surface, Africa holds significant cultural heritage outside the continent, which is why Bwembya’s Market serves as an important platform for sharing and preserving this rich heritage while supporting local artists and businesses. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity!

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