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A Weekend of Wellness with Good Journey’s Expo

The annual Good Journey’s Expo takes places this year from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on October 21 and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on October 22 at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds’ Exhibition Hall, in Noblesville.

Attendees can expect a weekend filled with holistic wellness where they can browse vending booths with crystals, Native American incense and soaps, jewelry, pottery, art, essential oils and other handmade products.

Psychic readings, energy drawings, aura photos and palm readings are available on site. There’ll also be hourly prize giveaways plus several food trucks offering organic natural food.

Lectures are available throughout the weekend including on You and Energy Healing; Numerology, the Numbers and You; How Science and Metaphysics are Proving Each Other Accurate; and Messages from Beyond.

This is Good Journey’s tenth show in six years. There is a show each spring and fall, each attracting 600-plus attendees. It was originally created to help spread holistic knowledge to the Indiana community by Good Journeys House of Healing, based in Noblesville.

Admission: $15/weekend, $10/day. Location: 2003 Pleasant St. For more information, call director Jeffrey Poe at 317-750-7392 or visit GoodJourneys.net.

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