Little Witch on Weldon

Healing and community connection

Nestled on Main Street, the enchanting Little Witch on Weldon crystal shop has an array of handcrafted treasures and spiritual items. Owned by Hannah Carter, this unique spot for spiritual wellbeing opened its doors in September 2023, becoming a haven for those seeking healing and connection within Sackville.

Ranz Bontogon – Argosy Photographer


Transitioning from a temporary location to its permanent space at 47 Main St., Little Witch on Weldon embodies the essence of artisanal craftsmanship and holistic wellness. Carter, a practitioner of Tarot and Reiki, originally from Calgary, infuses her passion for healing into every facet of her shop. 

As visitors step into Little Witch on Weldon, they are greeted by various handcrafted delights. Carter proudly declares, “a lot of the stock in the store is handmade,” emphasizing her commitment to supporting local artisans and preserving the authenticity of her offerings. With plans to expand the bead wall and introduce a gallery in the stockroom, Carter envisions a space that caters to the needs of her community. 

Echoing the sentiments of her eclectic collection, Carter shares, “I try to keep an artist feel, that is why it is unique compared to other stores.” Embracing the feel of the witchy community, the shop has an aura of natural items, including dried flowers and herbs. Carter is preparing to incorporate dragons, fairies, mermaids, and folklore inspired stock. 

Beyond the tangible offerings, Little Witch on Weldon serves as a sacred space for emotional and spiritual healing. Carter’s lifelong dedication to Tarot and her innate desire to help others in their journey toward self-care and happiness encompasses(?) every interaction within the shop. Amidst the enchanting aura of Little Witch on Weldon, visitors are welcomed from noon to 5:30 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays, and from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturdays, Carter anticipates extending her hours in the spring.

Reflecting on her journey and the profound sense of community that sustains her, Carter states, “the community helped me get on my feet.” Through her endeavors she hopes to reciprocate  the kindness and support she has received by offering guidance to those in need. “There is a need for our society to be more connected to nature and ourselves,” she asserts, emphasizing the value of spiritual nourishment and self-reflection in today’s world. Within Little Witch on Weldon, Carter’s vision comes to life. “I saw a need for it and there were no new age stores close” she reflects..

In the realm of Little Witch on Weldon, healing is not a destination, but a journey guided by interconnectedness. As Carter continues to weave her magic within the confines of her shop, she invites all who enter to embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery and spiritual renewal.

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