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6th annual Winter Psychic Fair

When: Saturday, Feb. 4, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Hampton Inn, 407 Amherst St., Nashua
Cost: Free admission; $25 fee for readings
Visit: lovinglifeexpo.com




Positive energy
Winter Psychic Fair returns to Nashua

02/02/17
By Matt Ingersoll listings@hippopress.com



 You might be looking for spiritual guidance, or you might be looking for crystal jewelry — you can find both at the Winter Psychic Fair in Nashua, says event organizer Angie D’Anjou.

The sixth annual event will include vendors selling unique jewelry, arts and crafts and more, plus readings from one of eight holistic healers. It’s happening Saturday, Feb. 4, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hampton Inn and is free to attend, though readings are $25. But anyone interested in stopping by to check out the vendors can do so without having to participate in a reading.
“It’s a nice balance to come to see the art and the holistic aspects of [the event],” D’Anjou said. “It’s not something that is hokey pokey or that will doom and gloom you. … We always have people who come for real spiritual guidance but then also people who are just looking for something to do and to get out of the winter blues.”
Visitors can come to the fair any time for a reading, and D’Anjou said the craft and jewelry vendors will be on hand throughout the day as well. Some will be selling products, while others will create their own jewelry on site.
One local vendor is Lisa’s Wire Creations, which is based in Hudson. D’Anjou said owner Lisa Lanfair wraps crystals with wires to make jewelry pieces.
“The designs come to her, and all her pieces are very unique,” she said. “She’s never making the same pattern over and over again.”
Pyramid Creations in Derry, which works with orgonite crystals and other materials, is also expected to appear at the fair. New this year will be Boston-based metal sculptor Eric Harty of 2nd Chance Metal Art.
“He uses art to make sculptures out of trash metals, so that will be a bit of a different thing,” D’Anjou said.
Essential oils that focus on a balance of physical and emotional wellness will be for sale as well.
Visitors will get the chance to win an hourly door prize. D’Anjou said you can sign up at the door and a name will be called each hour at random.
“[The prizes] usually have something to do with a holiday that might be near, so in this case it will be Valentine’s Day,” she said. “Sometimes one of the vendors will offer a prize, so it could be a small piece of jewelry or something like that.”
D’Anjou said a larger event she is planning in April for Earth Day weekend at the Courtyard Marriott Event Center in Nashua — the first annual Web of Light Expo — will also focus on learning about holistic healing services.
“[These events] are all about allowing people the opportunity to see what spiritual guidance is all about,” she said. “We also hope they give people a nice day to learn about what the vendors do and to promote the ones that are from the area.”





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