Antiques, spirituality program April 17


If you are interested in antiques and spirituality, a program titled “Antiques As a Spiritual Journey” may be for you.

It will be led by Debbie Keri-Brown, an antiques dealer for more than 20 years, on Sunday, April 17, from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The program will start with lunch at Bun’s Restaurant in Delaware where the presentation will be offered. Then participants will wander through three downtown antique malls and learn how antiques, according to Keri-Brown, “can bring back fond memories of childhood or family memories, how our memory could be jogged to discover our past lives or how we can discover something about ourselves that we had forgotten.”

Keri-Brown will be available to answer questions that participants may have and each will be given a list of questions “providing topics to inspire deeper reflection,” she said.

Registration and prepayment of $10 can be done at The cost of the meal at Bun’s is not included in the program fee.

The program is sponsored by Columbus-based Gypsy Caravan Enlightened 40+, a group of “free-spirited” people aged 40 and older “with metaphysical and esoteric interests who are on a conscious spiritual path,” according to Keri-Brown, the organizer of the group.

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Information for this story was provided by Debbie Keri-Brown.

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