Discover the shops at Georgetown’s Scala Center…
Your source for distinctive design, gifts and creative expression.
Three floors of shops and services—jewelry, antiques, art, crafts, wellness and more.
Scala Center Events
Spring Fling – Saturday May 11th 10 – 5
Lisa Scala Handmade Jewelry
— Unique, Handcrafted Jewelry Gallery
Lisa’s distinctive, handcrafted jewelry reflects a life-long passion for art, natural beauty and vintage charm. She teaches metalsmithing and jewelry-making classes, including one-on-one instruction.
Christopher Scala’s Antiques
— Fine Arts, Antiques and Collectibles Shop
Chris’s selection of antiques and collectibles represents a wide range of styles, periods and genres, chosen from private estates across New England.
978.683.5878 or 603.401.9707 (cell)
Local Artisan Gallery:
Crooked Mind Design
— Artist & Crafter
Betsy Amsel’s upcycled and repurposed art pieces—quirky driftwood creatures, unique clocks, furnishings and more—reflect a droll sensibility, a love of nature and an appreciation for old stuff.
Marie Pabisz Jewelry
— Beadwork Jewelry Designer
Marie’s fun-to-wear statement jewelry reflects her imaginative use of form and color.
Each of Stephanie’s photos tells a unique story. Her images capture subjects that are often overlooked, revealing their unique, compelling qualities.
Stephanie Naffah Photography
Trysha Lynch,CST — Fiber Artist
Beads, Baubles & Bits
— Not-Your-Average Bead Shop
Choose from a huge selection of specialty beads, natural gemstones, vintage beads, findings and jewelry. NEW ITEMS ARRIVING WEEKLY!
— Artist, Painter
Lynne Schulte — Fine Art Paintings
Lynne’s works include paintings from her Coastal Beauty, Working Waterfront, Gardens & Floral and Remembrance/Pink Chair series. She also offers smaller, affordable original artwork as well as high-quality prints, along with art instruction.
Barb Harrold’s price-winning fabric puppets are inspired by her Welsh heritage and a background in occupational therapy. Her charming creations help promote interactive creativity in both children and adults.
Susan’s Homeopathy & Shamanic Practitioner
— Homeopathic Remedies
Susan Keefe, CCH, I followed my dream of being a healer and went through the extensive professional training program at the Teleosis Homeopathic Collaborative, LLC in Cambridge, MA. This four year program required a pre-med regimen of studies in Anatomy and Physiology I and II and Pathophysiology. After completing the Professional Program I then completed the Clinical Program. I am current and in compliance with all required certifications and participate in numerous continuing education programs to keep my skills and knowledge up to date. My Bachelor of Science degree is from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
I am a Shamanic practitioner. I began and continue to study under Ann Drake of Gloucester, Massachusetts in 2010. (http://www.anndrakesoulwork.com.) I trained in the Unani tradition of Shamanic Healing. Shamanic teaching dictates that one will practice in the traditions of the ground I work on. Therefore, I incorporate Native American traditions into my practice. The mix of both the homeopathy and shamanism is unique as they complement each other to heal mind, body and soul on a deeper level, naturally. The choice to use either or both modalities is a choice made together with my client.
I am grateful for the tools that I hold that enable me to help people live better, fuller and stronger lives. I am humbled by the pain and stories that I am told and am honored that I have been asked to be one small part in my client’s journeys to heal. There is a beautiful art & science to all of it. I find that sometimes the process is swift, but also find that sometimes the treatments must be done very gently.
Keith Monti — Boynton Insurance
Caryl Fairbanks — Psychotherapist and Life Coach