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Three-in-One Open House Event

Purely You Spa, Food and Thought, and the Life Strength Health Center are combining to present a free New Year, New You Organic Open House from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., January 18, at Food and Thought’s Thoughtful Threads dining area, in Naples. Visitors can enjoy organic skincare, appetizers and wine, mini-massages, essential oils, local jewelry, live music and more.

Attendees will learn about creating a healthy and organic lifestyle from local experts Jennifer Alvarez Linguidi, owner of Purely You Spa, and Dr. Cade Copeland, owner of the Life Strength Health Center.

Location: 2144 Tamiami Tr. N. For more information, email Danielle@FoodAndThought.com.

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