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Dragonfly Healing Arts Holistic Fair

Dragonfly Healing Arts Holistic Fair

The Dragonfly Healing Arts 2nd Annual Holistic Fair will take place on May 19 in Pine Meadow (New Hartford) from 11am to 4pm. Admission is free and the indoor/outdoor event will take place rain or shine.


Free indoor activities being offered include yoga, meditation, tai chi, a mediumship demonstration and a chakra lecture. There is a clothes swap, so please bring gently used items to exchange; leftovers will be donated to Hands of Grace. Massage, readings, energetic recalibration, henna tattoos and more will be available for purchase inside and outside, as well as wholesome goodies from Honey Bunns Café and Bakery.

Door prizes will include massage, reflexology, a mediumship reading, an angel card reading, a meditation and mindfulness basket, a $25 gift certificate for Poofy Organics, a Himalayan salt lamp, pendulum and sterling silver earrings. Door prize tickets are free.

Some participants include: Naomi McNeil of Naturally Artisan Apothecary, Charlene Plourde of Poofy Organics, Honey Bunns Café and Bakery, Jan Almstedt of Partylite, Unity in the Foothills, Art by Acacia, and readers Denise Atkinson and Evernia Fay. For those interested in attending as a vendor, outdoor 10 x 10 booths are available for $30 each while they last.

Sharon Farber opened Dragonfly in 2013 to provide a safe and sacred space for healing and spiritual growth. Regular offerings include massage, Reiki, reflexology, yoga, and mediumship classes and circles. Crystals, salt lamps and art are for sale. Farber is a massage therapist, healer, artist, medium and author of the forthcoming book Choosing to be a Medium.

To request a vendor application, contact Sharon Farber at 860-989-2358. For more information, visit Location: 8 Wickett St, Pine Meadow. See ad, page 11.


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