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16th Annual Spirit Fest at Camp Chesterfield

The 2018 Mind Body Spirit Fest will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., September 15 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., September 16 at Camp Chesterfield, in Anderson. This year’s event will feature a special presentation about The Ica Stones, offered by natural intuitive Karen Martin.

The historic grounds of Camp Chesterfield will be filled with more than 80 vendors specializing in a variety of services rooted in mind, body and spiritual health. Throughout the weekend, visitors will have the opportunity to visit with body workers, mediums, intuitive, healers and psychic readers, as well as indulge in delicious food, attend free lectures on a variety of topics and visit the Meditation Gardens. There’ll also be live music presented by The Mystic Voices.

This year also welcomes the return of Kidsville, celebrating its ninth year, which is open to children of all ages and will offer a variety of fun activities throughout the event.

Location: 50 Lincoln Dr., Anderson. For more information, call 765- 378-0235 or visit CampChesterfield.net/2018-Spirit-Fest.

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