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Long Time Palo Alto Business Moving to Los Altos

Original post made by Claire Friedman on Jan 14, 2012

Nature Gallery, a fixture at Town & Country for 17 years has decided it is time to expand into a larger space and leave the corner spot it has occupied for so long. The Gallery will be moving five miles south to 296 State Street, Los Altos, at the corner of State & 2nd Streets,into a spacious and beautiful store with more room for her treasures! In case you haven't ever visited the store, you have a few more days to check it out. It is truly an amazing experience, with displays of museum quality fossils, minerals, carvings and custom, one-of-a-kind jewelry to make it worth your while.

On Jan. 26, the Nature Gallery will close its doors at Town & Country Village. Owner Carol Garsten will still live in Palo Alto and serve on the Peninsula Healthcare Connection Board of Directors, one of the many causes that Carol has advocated for while in Palo Alto. She is one of those business owners who organizes and rallies others for good causes, and she will be missed for sure.

The Grand Opening in Los Altos will be on February 10 at 296 State St. with an open reception from 6pm-10pm. Just in time for Valentines Day! Meanwhile, Nature Gallery is still your source for Fossils, Minerals, Jewelry, and more at Town & Country Village until Jan 26, with the same terrific service and lovely staff.

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