On the move

After a three month scouting of downtown, we’ve found and negotiated for a new space for Gemini’s!!! We are very excited for this move as the space will serve us better in several ways; larger showroom, plenty of parking, more traffic being on a State Route and road with interstate exit feeding it, improved lighting and more space outdoors to have a presence to attract visitors and to host events.

IMG_0205_optOur new address will be 28 N. 7th St, the Conwell Candy Building, between Main and Market St. We will be very close to Paul Emory’s Gallery as well as Z.A.A.P. Michael Seiler’s Gallery is on the same street and the Masonic Temple is visible from the front door so we will naturally be more integrated with the Art Colony and the Art Walks as well as closer to existing retail.

Seven parking spots next to the new space plus room to display and demonstrate outside.






We will be in our original location until next Saturday, October 17th.  We plan to reopen Tuesday, October 20th in the new location. We are beginning to plan details for a grand opening/first anniversary event for First Friday Art walk in November.

View from front door. 50+ parking spots across the street, Paul Emory’s Gallery is center, Masonic Temple can be seen on right side.

We’re also pleased to announce  Clean Cut Custom Painting will be renovating the exterior; it will be looking very sharp with a nice two tone paint job in just a few weeks.

Hookahville and Resonance

September started and finished with a bang at Gemini’s.  Hookahville made it’s return to the region after 2 and a half years as The Ville at Clay’s Resort near Canton, OH.  Former front man Ed McGee returned for some solo work and to do a guest set with Ekoostik Hookah.  A lot of excitement around this and the great weather made for another wonderful weekend at Frontier Ranch.  Kudos to Alchemy House Productions for giving a lot of thought and consideration to the vendors; we will certainly be a part of their shows in the future.


Photo Credit: Giant Photo Buttons

Resonance Music and Arts Festival is in it’s second year and has a really nice thing going.  From the event’s website, “The Law of Resonance provides the answers as to how the law of attraction operates and creates the conditions and circumstances in your life. A gathering of like minded, motivated, music loving people.”  Workshops, art installations and ceremonies both officially organized and spontaneous throughout the grounds sets this event apart from the average music festival.  Being back at a show at Legend Valley after many years brought back good memories and the bounty of great hugs and conversations nourished my soul and the Gemini’s vision.  Found a great new unique product as well; the acorn stash necklaces.  These are beautiful, functional and great idea that’s sure to be copied.  I put my Sacred Space essential oil blend in mine and have loved anointing people out of it; couldn’t ask for a cooler vessel for special essential oils.

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