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11th Annual Solstice Expo & Holistic Fair in New Hope

All are invited to tune into their body, mind and spirit and experience the love of higher consciousness at the 11th Annual Solstice Expo & Holistic Fair, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., June 22, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 23, at New Hope Eagle Firehouse.

       “This is our 11th year of presenting quality programs, products, people and services to the general public,” says expo founder and organizer Tony Kenton. “This festive, fun-loving celebration of the highest level of the solstice is a great way to experience new thoughts, concepts and products.”

       The festival, sponsored by The Society for Metaphysical Enlightenment, features intuitive readers, mind-body therapists and holistic practitioners, along with area energy healers and practitioners, that offer massage, stress management techniques and many more healing modalities. Artwork, jewelry and crystals will also be displayed for purchase, along with a natural food court.

Cost: $7. Location: 46 N. Sugan Rd., New Hope. For information, call 267-261-2768 or visit WeAreSME.com.

 

 

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