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Special Moving Sale at Altered Elements

Altered Elements, with two locations in Naples, is holding a special sale of its inventory of jewelry, crystals, mineral rocks, antiques, photos, metaphysical tools and more at its downtown 532 Park Street location through late April as it plans to close that facility and focus completely on its location at 5630 Yahl Street. Displays of items will be added to the latter location which will continue to host classes, meditations, Tibetan bowl events and more.

They have been operating on Park and Yahl streets for the last nine and four years, respectively.

“Help us move by having us not move so much,” is how owner Lucy Finch describes the sale. “It’s time to consolidate and expand our activities on Yahl Street. We have loved being downtown and meeting new people including Natural Awakenings readers.”

For more information, call 239-430-0654 or email AlteredElements@hotmail.com.

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