Local mediums, psychics and energy workers are joining forces for the third Comox Valley Spirit Fair on Oct. 16 at the K’ómoks Band Hall.
We are energy and energy is all around us. Clairvoyants are people, whom with permission, are able to tap into another person’s energy field and reveal information about them.
Clairvoyants and Psychics have trained themselves to pick up on the subtle energy that we carry with us and the Spirit Fair is a safe place for people to experience these readings.
“It is a fun day to meet with like-minded people” says local organizer Genevieve Stainton. “I look forward to this event and so does the public who have been attending each fair. It is a great way
to connect with people in your community who see life through a similar lens, a spiritual slant, if you will.”
Popular local medium Brenda Lacasse will be giving a talk and mediumship demonstration at 12:30 and varied speakers will be on all day, included with your $5 admission fee. Brenda loves
the energy at the fair.
“It’s palpable,” she said. “all the readers really feel it and we are happy to be working in an event which gives our craft the respect it deserves.”
Among the many readers at the fair is Salt Spring Island resident, author and tea leaf reader Tanya Lester.
Visitors can also expect to meet with spiritually minded businesses, vendors and people who are interested in, and offering alternative healing methods. Handmade, raw vegan food will also be on offer at this fair crafted by Brianna, a vendor from the local farmers’ market.
Partial proceeds of the entrance fee will be donated to the Comox Valley Food Bank. The event runs from 10 to 4 on Oct. 16.
For more information, visit the Mystic Vancouver
Island website at www.mysticvancouverisland.com.
— Comox Valley Spirit Fair