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Annual Spirit Fest Returns to Camp Chesterfield

The 17th annual Spirit Fest will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on September 21 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on September 22 at the Historic Camp Chesterfield, in Chesterfield, Indiana. The event is a celebration of creativity, spirituality and like-minded people joining together to create an atmosphere of fun and fellowship.

In addition to artisans from across the country exhibiting their creations, activities include free lectures, the Current Way Crystal Light Beds, a walking labyrinth and meditation gardens, and food vendors. There will also be private sessions available with medium healers and body workers.

A Kidsville will be set up for the youngsters which has been offered for the past several years and will include exciting activities such as pony rides for entertainment while adults explore.

Camp Chesterfield’s 44-acre campus is one of the largest communities of spiritualists in the U.S. and is the largest in Indiana.

Admission: $10 for single day and $15 for weekend pass at the gate, free for children under 10. Location: 50 Lincoln Dr., Chesterfield. For more information, call 765-378- 0235 or visit CampChesterfield.net.

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