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One Spirit Festival Marks a Decade

For ten years the One Spirit Festival has been hosting readers, practitioners and vendors, as well as craftsmen, from the holistic community at its events. In 2008, the fair started as an annual event and grew into both spring and fall presentations. Later each festival became a full two day affair, with continuous lectures and demonstrations.

       This spring’s anniversary event will be held on May 5-6, once again at the Clinton Community Center, 63 Halstead Street. “We are grateful to be able to mark this milestone with the community and all the wonderful people who make up the One Spirit Festival. I had hoped we’d get this far, but it is always gratifying to achieve the dream,” says organizer Christina Lynn Whited.

       The fair hosts psychic readers in the main hall. Each reader offers a 15-minute time slot for $35, and times may be booked in advance online. “Lots of folks book multiple appointments in a row so they can get all their questions in,” according to Whited.

       The collection of vendors is wide-ranging. Holistic vendors in nutrition, crystals, essential oils, massage therapists, reiki and acupressure practitioners, supplements and more. Unique jewelry designers are featured, and handmade soaps and crèmes are side by side with yoga accessories, leather goods and books by local authors. Lectures are also offered every half hour.

Location: 63 Halstead St., Clinton. For information or to participate as a vendor, visit OneSpiritFestival.org or call Whited at 908-638-9066.

 

 

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