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Fair to say this mystic event will be healing

By Alex Gretgrix

MYSTIC Fair is casting its spell on the twin towns this Sunday at the Moama Bowling Club.

Promoting education and awareness of the psychic world, holistic health, natural healing, conscious living and spirituality, the Mystic Fair is a chance for you to get in touch with you inner thoughts, feelings and overall wellbeing.

With a variety of stallholders on display organisers Wilhelmina Handley and Belinda Blee have meticulously chosen an incredible line-up of experts for the event.

‘‘We’ve created an elite group of people to present their work,’’ Wilhelmina said.

‘‘We’ve selected and tested all stalls, readers and healers to create a true love and light feel.

‘‘We want this to be an opportunity for people generally seeking help to get the information they need.’’

Throughout the day, the variety of stalls set up will include healings and readings, crystals, candles, divination, essential oils, hand-made products and more.

There will also be free workshops and demonstrations running throughout the day.

‘‘We’re bringing this event to the community and we’re hoping to continue to evolve it and involve as much of the community as possible,’’ Wilhelmina said.

‘‘It’s a great quality event bringing the highest quality products to the Echuca-Moama community.’’

Members of the public can also go in the draw to win a $50 voucher to be spent at any of the stalls present at the event.

Pre-bookings are available for readings and healings before the event by contacting the reader or healer via the Facebook event to arrange a suitable time.

Entry is paid at the door and is $5 for adults and children under 12 are free.

It is advisable to bring cash as most stallholders do not have card facilities.

For updates and information on the event, plus details of each stallholder, visit facebook.com/events/373522863303051

To enter the competition, visit facebook.com/events/373522863303051/permalink/379129709409033

Mystic Fair is at the Moama Bowling Club on Sunday from 10am-4pm.