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Awaken Fair Offers Holistic Nourishment: On Saturday, April 20

Healers, speakers, readers, vendors and anyone in need of holistic nourishment are invited to feed their body, mind and spirit at the Awaken Wellness Fair, taking place Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel in Tarrytown, NY. The biggest such expo north of NYC, the Awaken Fair educates the public about advancements in complementary and holistic health, with a focus on personal growth and metaphysics.

According to event organizer Paula Caracappa, founder of PPC Group LLC, the Fair will feature an array of exhibitor booths offering crystal, gemstones, Reiki-infused jewelry, natural and botanical cosmetic products, and healthy foods and supplements. There will also be intuitive readings and Akashic Records reviews, tarot cards and crystal readings. “Appointments are already being booked for the ever-popular medium, Adam Bernstein,” Caracappa says. “Curious minds can take in lessons on pranic healing, exploring past lives, and how to create resilience both personally and within the family.” More than 20 lectures are scheduled for the hotel’s Speakers Rooms.

Guests can visit AwakenFair.com ahead of time to create a personalized itinerary based on lectures, healers and holistic exhibitors of particular interest to them. “Those who choose to pre-register online can also pre-book appointments with their favorite readers and healers,” Caracappa says. Admission is $10 online through April 17, or $15 at the door. 

The Tarrytown Doubletree Hotel is located at 455 North Broadway. The first 500 attendees will receive a free, colorful, eco-friendly reusable shopping bag for holding goodies, information and coupons. Tickets are available online at AwakenFair.com. Exhibitors can sign up at ThePractitioners.com.

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