Store manager Kellikuli commented, “I’m so happy and grateful that so many people joined us to celebrate Earth Day and our Grand Re-opening. I hope Sedona Story can be a mecca for visitors and residents who love Sedona as much as we do.
Sedona, AZ (PRWEB) April 28, 2011
Sedona Story celebrated its Grand Re-Opening in conjunction with Earth Day. Sedona Story, located at 207 North State Route 89A, in Uptown Sedona, hosted performances by popular local Sedona artists including African drumming by Three Trees, Jesse Kahlu flute, Improvised Modern dance dedicated to the Earth by Yolessa Lawrinnce, a traditional Korean Salmunori band and Mother Earth Hula by store manager, spiritual intuitive and Hawaii native, Hansori Keliikuli. For 3 days Kellikuli also gave free in-store vortex and chakra mini workshops. Now residing in Sedona, she performs healings, readings and consultations for anyone seeking her services.
The official kick-off ceremony took place on April 21st. Mayor of Sedona, Rob Adams gave a warm congratulatory speech, along with several others Sedona VIPs. During the official ceremony the Sedona Story Writing Contest winner was announced and awarded a $300 shopping spree to the store. Cindy Ruda won the shopping spree and Alyssa Lewis from Big Park Community School won an honorable mention. “Free love” message cookies were handed out to all who stopped by the store to take part in the festivities.
Store manager Kellikuli commented, “I’m so happy and grateful that so many people joined us to celebrate Earth Day and our Grand Re-opening. I hope Sedona Story can be a mecca for visitors and residents who love Sedona as much as we do. We’ll try hard to deliver the Sedona spirit to all.”
About Sedona Story:
Sedona Story is a special store inspired by Mother Earth featuring healings and readings, spiritually inspired art, crystals, regional crafts and memorabilia, including original art and calligraphy by Ilchi Lee. Sedona Story also offers unique experiences like aura readings, personalized calligraphy and Sedona Vortex information. For more information about Sedona Story call 928-282-3875.