So many small businesses start as a dream, and The Wonderstone Gallery is no exception. I had an actual dream several years ago of a place where people of all spiritual paths would come together and do more than just coexist, but also learn from each other. It would also be a place that would showcase the talent of the amazing artisans that live and work in the area. In November 2013 I tied these up in a bow with some of my favorite things, like crystals, candles, incense, books, coffee and tea and realized that dream with The Wonderstone Gallery.
In my dream it was called "Crossroads Cafe", but instead the crossroads became my location - one of the busiest in the county - where Drinker and Blakely Streets meet in the heart of Dunmore. I grew up in Dunmore and could not imagine opening my business anywhere else - once a Dunmore girl, always a Dunmore girl!
My daughter Melissa also had a dream, which came to life with the opening of our yoga studio in February 2014. Covid19 has greatly altered our yoga schedule, but we are gradually building back our Open Level Vinyasa and Chair Yoga Classes.
To sum it all up, this is a peaceful community offering a lot of unique gift items made by local artisans, coffee and tea service (provided by a self proclaimed coffee snob), and a full schedule of yoga classes and special workshops.
Beth Ann Zero