One Spirit Festival Celebrates Seventh Anniversary
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he One Spirit Festival is celebrating its seventh year this spring. The festival will be held on Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1, from 10am to 5pm at the Clinton Community Center. Primary sponsor, Christina Lynn Whited, explains, “Since we have expanded to two full days, we have people who are so loyal they come and stay all day, both days. We have so many wonderful and informative free lectures that everyone wants to sit in on as many as possible.”
In addition to lectures on a variety of spiritual, holistic and metaphysical topics, One Spirit Festival features a host of local holistic practitioners and products, handmade American crafts, jewelry and crystals. Attendees can book appointments online with any of the skilled psychic readers for whom the festival is so well known. Each 15-minute reading is $35.
“We are particularly honored to have several very special practitioners coming from other states to the One Spirit Fes- tival. As our reputation grows, we are able to attract vendors from a wider area,” says Whited. “There will be an expanded selection of metaphysical books this year, massage, reflexology, acupuncture, herbs, and healers of every description.”
The One Spirit Festival is sponsored by The Church of All Creation, the Circle of Intention School of Intuitive Sciences, PSI and ShopRite of Hunterdon County.
Location: Clinton Community Center, 63 Halstead Street, Clinton. For more information, call 908-638-9066 or visit OneSpiritFestival.org.