Zambezi Dolls Fly to LA

by Marsha Winsryg


Thirty-five Zambezi Dolls found new homes with thirty-five middle schoolers who attend LA Promise Charter School. This is a socially conscious public school that strives to “radically improve the future of LA communities by increasing educational equity and ultimately closing the opportunity gap.”

We are with you, LA Promise! May we all enjoy our uniqueness!

And we are thrilled that our multicultural, natural fiber dolls have traveled all the way from Zambia find a place in the lives of these children.



Persephone for Zambia

by Marsha Winsryg

Spindrift Marionettes will present their version of the Persephone Myth

at the Persephone Event Saturday, April 2

at the Shephard Fine ArtSpace in Oak Bluffs, MA.

$10 entrance

3:30 Puppet making

5:00 Parade – meet at Post Office Sq. in OB before 5, weather permitting

6:00 Puppet Presentation of the Persephone Myth

7:00  Rick Bausman Performing with the African Drum Workshop

8:00  Poetry Reading – Poems inspired by Persephone and Spring

9:00  Dancing to Penny Huff and the Tashmoo Trio –

Fabulous food prepared by Robin LeDoux, Kate Suval and others

Wine after 7pm

Art Auction/African Photos/African Crafts/ Zambezi Dolls

contact Marsha Winsryg 508 693 4059 or

tickets online at


Waging Peace in Zambia

by Marsha Winsryg

This is a short documentary detailing Marsha Winsryg’s evolution

from tourist to low-end philanthropist, or, how a middle class

person can impact poverty.