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Monday, December 11, 2017

Earth Goddess Shop is moving, making room to grow

The jewellery boutique is set to leave the Hydrostone and head to Point North.

Posted By on Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 3:22 PM

After eight months in business, Shannon MacGregor and Sandy McInnis were told their shop’s building had been sold. While Earth Goddess Shop has been attracting customers to the little establishment in the Hydrostone (5528 Kaye Street), plans to tear the place down mean they have to move.

“We wanted to stay in the north end,” says McInnis, so the pair chose a space in the Point North building (5870 Demone Street).  “There’s so much going on in that building I can’t really divulge right now—but there is a great restaurant going in on the other end, that’s all I’m gonna say—and there’s customer parking there as well.”

The new shop will be bigger, allowing MacGregor and McInnis to do things they didn’t have room for before: evening workshops in jewellery-making and reiki are two of the things they hope to begin. “We’ve really fine-tuned what works for us and what doesn’t” in terms of merchandise, says McInnis, so there will also be some changes in products—but she’s mum on the full details for now.

On top of that, MacGregor and McInnis are planning to expand the online shop, which is currently on Etsy featuring some of their most popular products. In the new year, Earth Goddess will have a website of its own featuring new and improved internet offerings.

Earth Goddess’ last day at the Hydrostone location is December 29 and it’s expected to be open in Point North in February. 


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