With Halloween night almost here I visited an event that is in it’s third year but I have never been able to go to it as it is always on a Saturday which of course, having a life partner who is a DJ, is a day when we are celebrating a Wedding by playing music and often doing Videography. It is because of their daughters wedding, that took place at Cornerstone Organics this past Saturday, that Jamie and Matt decided to hold this annual event on Sunday (October 29th) and I was a happy Seeker Chick as I drove from Martintown to 16592 Post Rd. where I saw cars lining both sides of the road and in the distance was an orange lighted area with lots of music and excitement going on. It was a chilly evening but there was plenty of warmth with people sitting around a fire and even though vendors were wrapped up, many in blankets, you could feel the warmth and Halloween vibes in the air.
Music: The Pickheads, Virginia Louise Dipierro, and Manu.
Food: Troy Paquette (formerly Brunch on Pitt).
Free Kid’s Activities: All Intentions Matter (Also our fundraising recipient)
Vendors: Spirit Roots, Om candles, Suds on Sunday, Madame Bijoux’s crystals, CKFX3D, Twilight Moon Artistry, Amethyst Claire, Miss D’s Creations, The Book garden, Boho Grim, Muddy toes, Modern Primitive, Cheeky Candle Co, Mystic Mischief, Yafa Goawily, A kind of dream, The Book Garden, Valerie Cousineau, more to come…
Readers/mediums/healers: The Healing Fairy, Sara Murphy, Nina de Bos, Scorpion witch, Natural Balance, Balam’s daughter fortune telling, The butterfly effect, Lisa Sabatini, Jaz Intuitive coach, Meri Fowler.
Face painting with The Painted Nose
Sound healing with George Lucena
Glitter tattoos with Valerie Cousineau
and trick or treating with Brodey.
So many familiar, and a few “unfamiliar” faces. The event that is described as “A spooky family friendly Halloween market and Live music event” began at 4pm and ended at 9pm. What a great way to start Halloween festivities.
Be sure the checkout https://cornerstoneorganics.com “Bringing healthy organic foods to the community” – there is always something interesting going on here.
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