Ribbon Cutting at Nourish Designs–and A Bead Just So

Nourish Designs grew out of the creative mind of owner Betsy Seplowitz, who combined her love of designing and drawing mandalas with a desire to contribute to the cause of childhood hunger.  Betsy’s mandala designs adorn clothing, home goods and stationery items with proceeds from each purchase going to provide nourishing meals to kids in need through the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, which offers programs to serve elementary, middle and high school aged kids.

Originally operated as an online only business,  Nourish’s new store is now open in the heart of downtown Ballston Spa, filled with her fabulous designs.  Come join us on Friday, March 18 at 6 pm for a ribbon cutting celebration!

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We’re doubling up our ribbon cutting celebrations on March 18! First we will be with Betsy Seplowitz at Nourish Designs, 87 Milton Avenue at 6 pm, followed by a quick jaunt across the street at 6:30 to A Bead Just So, 114 Milton Avenue to help Kate Fryer celebrate a NEW look at her shop. Both of these woman-owned businesses bring the spark of creativity to Ballston Spa! Hope to see you there!

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