21st Annual Nevada City Psychic Fair
Special to The Union
Nevada City Psychic Fair is happening this weekend at the Miners Foundry. Don’t let the name fool you, this event is a metaphysical marketplace and meeting center for anyone interested in getting the vibe of community.
The fair will feature talented readers, body workers, herbalists, and mind/body spirit healers, as well as arts and crafts vendors that come together every year to offer their talent.
This year’s fair opens with a drumming circle and song ceremony lead by Neena McNair and Friends and prayers for the coming of spring, followed by a blessing by the Maidu Tribe; a chant from Aka Pule, Hawaiian Kahu; prayers from Hopi Corn Maiden Marlinda; and a drum circle to welcome in spring.
We have African dancers, belly dancers, and music from local groups such as Tynowyn, Anni McCann and Kalyani. The food is being provided by The Fix, a raw and organic restaurant.
If you’ve never been to this fair, there is something for everyone. Get a massage, have your Aura photo taken, have a reading, get your tea leaves read, or maybe just enjoy the food, music and dancers. The fair also offers workshops every hour on many interesting subjects such as feng shui, numerology, crystal healing, sun stones and sun transmissions 2012. There is something for all ages.
Our evening program on from 7 to 9 p.m., Saturday, will include the wonderful voices and music of Kimberly Bass and Anni McCann. Our guest speakers are Marlinda Kooyaquaptewa, a Hopi Corn Maiden coming from the Hopi Reservation to share the world of the Hopi with us, and Aka Pule, Hawaiian Kahu who will speak on Hawaiian outlook 2012. A rare and wonderful opportunity to share and learn about the shift from these important indigenous earth keeper cultures.
Please come and join us at the fair, there are important messages being given and information to receive for the mind, body and spirit.
This year’s fair is dedicated in the loving memory of Lynn Wucher.
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