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White Feather Rocks moving to new location

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r Due to huge local customer support and the need for more space to meet customer needs, White Feather Rocks has purchased the building at 33 W. Main in Santaquin and will be moving its business there. The current location is at 27 W. Main.

The new building has a great history in Santaquin having been built during World War II and being used for several businesses over the years. It has been a grocery store at least twice, a feed store, a pet store and most recently the home of Jackson’s Garage Door Supply. Now its 2,300 square feet of space is being converted to hold White Feather’s growing lapidary/jewelry store.

The store will continue to stock new and used lapidary equipment and supplies, Native American artwork and jewelry, gemstones and jewelry and gift items. It also carries Himalayan salt lamps and chakra and healing stones and does jewelry repair. The business is opening up more opportunities for consignment items from local craftspeople and expanding its rough rock supplies for knappers and rock enthusiasts.

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The move is expected to be completed in mid- to late November with service at both locations during the transition. The new shop is located just a few steps west on Main Street.

 

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