The African Artists’ Community Development Project (AACDP) store has popped up just in time for the holidays again, moving into the space at 61 Main street in Edgartown. Throughout the month the pop-up store will sell African crafts created by artisans in Zambia. All proceeds help orphanages and women’s groups in Zambia.

The AACDP was started by Marsha Winsryg of West Tisbury who first visited Zambia in 1999, and now returns each year to help local artisans sell their crafts in the U.S., thereby ensuring a livelihood for the artists and helping the Zambian community, including the Mama Bakhita Home for Disabled Children.

For more information, visit or just stop by 61 Main street in Edgartown and talk to Ms. Winsryg.