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Published on August 1, 2017 1:00PM

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The Pathways to Transformation Holistic Health, Psychic and Crafts Fair will return to Yachats for its 21st year this weekend, showcasing holistic health goods and services from 70 exhibitors from the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Guests can have an aura photo taken by Carol Croft, try on Bohemian clothing and jewelry made by Tracie Watson, have an intuitive eye reading with Laureli Shimayo or delve into their subconscious in a meeting with dream interpreter David Rivinus.

Wonder Water Works will be serving up free sample of alkalinized, restructured water while Norman Baldwin will be on hand to explain the benefits of CBD oils.

Elivia Melody of Crystal Vibrations will be showcasing her singing crystal bowls, and guests can have their own personal stones or crystals transformed into pendants by wire-wrapped jewelry experts Ted and Vicki Johnson.

Participants from Lincoln County include Tarot reader Katrina Wynne; author and psychic messenger Elaine Correi; Reiki practitioner Kathy Demeyer; energy clearing practitioner Rev. El’Anya Nightingale-Warren; Sacred Stone reader Violet Young; and Linda and Larry Addison of Rainbow Garden, producers of drums, singing bowls, labyrinth products and more.

The fair will also feature 23 seminars and presentations including: “Everything Changes When You’re Mortal Again” from spiritual life coach Dale Lawrence; “Dolphin Lessons Of Light” from Dr. Linda Kingsbury; “Crystals 101: Physical & Energy Healing for Real Life,” from esthetician Rebekah Sharpe; “Imagine You’re Dead...What Next,” from psychic medium Elivia Melody; and “Take A Past Life Journey and Discover Who You Were” from reader and healer Sharon Appelbaum. A complete list of topics and speakers is available in the Event Program online at www.chucklingcherubs.com.

Throughout the weekend at the Spirit Café, Just Good Cookin’ chefs Huck Huckins and Claudia Price will be serving light breakfast fare and lunch selections including quiche, wraps and salads, snacks and sweets, beverages and gluten-free options.

The fair will run from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday, Aug. 5, and 9 am to 5 pm on Sunday, Aug. 6, at the Yachats Commons, 441 N Hwy. 101 N., The $3 weekend pass includes admission to the 23 seminars and presentations. Kids are welcome and there is free parking.

For more information, call 541-547-4664 or go to www.chucklingcherubs.com.

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