Sedona Hawaii presents Crystals & Cupcakes Show

Enjoy cupcakes while you shop for crystals at this weekend’s Sedona’s Crystals & Cupcakes Show, featuring  gemstones and jewelry curated from the annual Tucson Gem and Mineral Show. Sedona owner and buyer Malia Johnson brought back 2,000 pounds of stones and jewelry from February show for her store, which features products for personal and spiritual growth, and psychic readings.

Carvings in scenic quartz. Courtesy: Sedona

Stones for sale include mini Uruguayan amethyst geodes, Moroccan crystal geodes and selenite towers, museum-grade moldavite from the Czech Republic, shungite from Russia, star rose quartz, black moonstone, celestite and labradorite from Madagascar, bismuth, black tourmaline, enhydros and stibnite from China, ruby in fucshite and cavansite from India, and much more.

Jewelry offerings include amber teething necklaces for babies, hundreds of new sterling silver rings and
pendants, chakra themed pendants, and thousands of beaded bracelets. 

Amethyst pendulums. Courtesy: Sedona

There will be many special items priced at $8.88, including lapis bracelets, tourmaline, quartz and tourmalinated quartz pendants, and a wide variety of stones and pendulums. Select jewelry and stone items will be 50% off for two days only including orange calcite bowls, jade and assorted stone necklaces, rainbow obsidian palm pieces, and golden calcite spheres. If you say “Oh, happy day!” to the staff, Sedona will give you a free gift while supplies last: An amber stone and mini tote bag.

Owner Malia Johnson in front of Sedona. Courtesy: Sedona

Johnson says she will donate a portion of the proceeds from the Sedona Hawaii Crystals and Cupcakes Show to The Hawaii Foodbank, Susan G. Komen, and Direct Relief. 

That’s the “crystals” part of the show name. The “cupcakes” part is this: Sedona will serve ice tea and two kinds of desserts- cupcakes by Flour + Butter, and butter mochi by Girls Who Bake Next Door. The show is free.

Sedona’s Crystals & Cupcakes Show:
Saturday March 25, 2017 – 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday March 26, 2017 – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Ground level at Ward Centre
1200 Ala Moana Blvd. Ste. #460
Phone: (808) 591-8010

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Peace of mind By Diane Ako I like to reflect on life. Sometimes it’s philosophically. Sometimes it’s humorously. For all its beauty, life is far too difficult a journey to take alone. You need the support and connection with others to help carry you along the way. Writing brings me that connection– within and without. It clarifies my thoughts and feelings. It helps me reach out to others for advice, wisdom, or feedback. Your thoughts become your actions. Your actions become you. A wise yogi- Patanjali- said, “Speak what is true. Speak what is pleasant.” Let’s speak of things pleasant to one another and seek some peace of mind along the way. ABOUT Diane Ako joined Hawaii: In Real Life in October 2016. She likes being part of a community of local bloggers – people who like writing and sharing, like she does. Ako is an anchor/ reporter at Island News (KITV4 – ABC) in Honolulu. She previously anchored and reported at KHON2 (FOX) and KHNL (NBC), and at stations in California, New Mexico, and Pennsylvania. She freelance writes for NMG Network's magazines. In between news jobs, in 2017, she launched and ran her own p.r. company, Diane Ako PR. From 2010-2014, she headed the public relations department at Halekulani Corporation, which oversees luxury resort Halekulani and boutique hotel Waikiki Parc. She’s been blogging since 2009 – before Hawaii: IRL, she wrote for The Honolulu Star-Advertiser, the state’s largest daily newspaper, where her stories garnered a dozen journalism awards and an Emmy nomination. Ako has a BA in Communications from Menlo College and an MA in Political Science from University of Hawaii at Manoa. She volunteers as a board member of the Honolulu Gay & Lesbian Cultural Foundation, a Shinto shrine maiden at Daijingyu Temple, a citizen-scientist studying shrimp, and a yoga teacher at a senior center.

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