Magickal Earth, now open on Railroad Street in Enumclaw, aims to provide unique items and offerings for customers. Contributed photo

Magickal Earth, now open on Railroad Street in Enumclaw, aims to provide unique items and offerings for customers. Contributed photo

Unique offerings at Magickal Earth

The new shop has everything from crystals and minerals to tarot decks and handmade jewelry.

Aiming to create a “unique boutique,” owners Janet Barto and Christina Barger have launched The Magickal Earth in downtown Enumclaw.

The two debuted their shop Aug. 3 at 1618 Railroad Ave.

Guests at the new venture will find a selection of crystals, handmade items crafted by local artists and CBD products that are allnatural and free of THC. On the way are workshops addressing topics like sound healing, meditation, reiki and more.

Phone: 360-226-3373

Website: www.themagicckalearth.com

Email: janet@themagickalearth.com

Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

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