Newton Hosts Tree of Health Center’s Universal Fair
Food, music, holistic vendors and much more will mark the second annual Tree of Health Center’s Universal Health Fair, to be held on the Newton Green and along Spring Street, September 24, from noon to 5pm, open to all, free of charge. The fair brings together natural practices and medicine from all over the world into one harmonious setting. The event’s goal is to raise awareness of different cultures’ healing practices and spirituality while also supporting Newton’s merchants and offering the community a fun and educational afternoon.
The Tree of Health Center, TTOHC, located at 55 Newton Sparta Road, is dedicated to bridging the gap between all healthcare traditions, with a strong focus on noninvasive practices and prevention. It team of unique healthcare specialists is passionate about health, growth and well-being.
The fair will feature a variety of ethnic foods, live entertainment and intriguing cultural exhibits. Vendors, who will share their knowledge about unique healing modalities, creative expression and spiritual awareness, include Mudgestic Skincare, Hadley's Earth Crystals, It Works, ASEA-Cellular Health, the Village Shaman, Project Self Sufficiency, the Center for Prevention and Counseling, Sussex Arts and Heritage Counsel, and many more. Sponsors include Tri State Rentals and Freehand Custom Carvers, offering a free carving for auction to benefit TTOHC’s Universal Children’s Fund, which offers educational programs from K–12 in schools to help children express their creativity and feel balanced and peaceful.
The event also features a town crier throughout the day along with entertainment including musicians, drumming, meditation, and mixed martial arts.
“We are grateful and delighted to spotlight natural healing practices from around the world to help educate and empower our community members,” says Debra M. Hollinrake, partner with TTOHC and practitioner of Emotional Freedom Techniques. “The more we can do to care for ourselves, the healthier our community can become – physically, emotionally, spiritually and economically as well.” Adds Linda Mitchell, TTOHC founder and practitioner of CranioSacral Therapy, “TTOHC is proud to bring this year’s Universal Health Fair to the glorious town of Newton. It is our hope that you will enjoy the vast variety of entertainers, healthcare practices and medicine, and cultural cuisine from all around the world.”
TTOHC is still accepting vendor and sponsor applications. For more information, visit http://tree-health.com/universal-health-fair.Visit Tree-health.com for current updates, events and to join the healing community.