lundi 3 février 2014
Lady from Haiti relocates again in Naples
Melody Bales, owner of The Lady From Haiti art store walks out of her store Thursday. Naples City Council on Monday discussed several code issues on Fifth Avenue South. Among them was one about temporary lighting. Restaurants and shops up and down Fifth Avenue have in the past strung Christmas lights throughout the year to spruce up their shops. Naples City Council said they're going to crack down on these lights after the holiday season. Lights in Sugden Plaza are permitted because they were strung by the city and are on city property. Lexey Swall/Staff
The Lady From Haiti Boutique and Art Gallery has relocated again in downtown Naples.
The store formerly was on Fifth Avenue South but moved a couple of times in recent years. The new site is 110 10th Street N.
The new, larger location features vivid Caribbean-colored paintings and metal wall sculptures of palm trees, birds, sunbursts, sand dollars and starfish, as well as papier mâche parrots, toucans, fish, lobsters, monkeys, and crabs for your pool, lanai, kids’ room and other fun areas.
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