Fall One Spirit Festival Expands to Full Weekend
The Clinton Community Center, 63 Halstead St., will once again host the fall One Spirit Festival, this year expanding to a full weekend, September 27–27, from 10am to 5pm each day. A stellar lineup of readers, holistic vendors, healers, practitioners, crafters and artisans as well as crystal dealers will be featured both in the front yard and inside the Community Center, and lectures will be held all day, both days. Admission is $5 per person.
Fifteen-minute appointments can be booked in advance with psychic readers, one of the festival’s prime attractions. Michael Zaikowski, Joanie Eisinger, and Brenda Ivey will be returning with their special gifts of tarot, palmistry, direct channeling, and working with the angels.
Festival director Christina Lynn Whited says, “We are so pleased that so many people return to the One Spirit festival each time we offer it. Since the fall festival is a full two days for the first time, we are expecting even more attendees this time around.” Whited heads the Church of All Creation in High Bridge as well as the Circle of Intention School of Intuitive Sciences. Festival sponsors also include PSI and the ShopRite of Hunterdon County.
For more information, visit OneSpiritFestival.org or call Christina Whited at 908-638-9066.