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Passport To Health & Wellness Expo Features Holistic Community

The 8th Bi-Annual Passport to Health & Wellness Expo will be held May 1, from 10am to 4pm, at The Bristol DoubleTree by Hilton. The benefit holistic fair, presented by the Holistic Community Professionals, will feature speakers on the half hour and a keynote speaker at 1pm, with more than 75 vendors and readers, free raffles all day and a grand prize of a Hilton overnight stay with breakfast for two, as well as a free drum healing closing ceremony on the patio.

Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with vendors and exhibitors as they learn about available resources to help promote healthy living and overall well-being. Visitors will have the chance to gain inspiration by visiting the booths and participating in the scheduled events.

The Passport to Health & Wellness Expo is a free event, and any door proceeds will be donated to the CT Children’s Medical Center (ConnecticutChildrens.org) and Hartford Hospitals Integrative Medicine Debbie Bator Memorial Fund. All funds will be used directly for patient care and will be matched to the maximum allowed by the grants for each organization.

Natural Awakenings is proud to be a member of The Holistic Community Professionals and a sponsor of the expo. Interested vendors can apply online at Tinyurl.com/SpringExpoVendors.

For more information, call Shirley Bloethe at 860-989-0033, email [email protected] or visit PassItOnLLC.com  Location: The Bristol DoubleTree by Hilton, 42 Century Dr, Bristol. See ad, page 23.

Shirley Bloethe

Pass It On LLC

Holistic Events/Wellness Promotions/Minister Shirley has the intuitive ability to find just the right referral for anyone looking for health and wellness support. Whether it is a new ... Read More » 

 

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