On Saturday October 26 the Soldier's Memorial Hall will host Yass's fourth annual edition of The Good Earth Psychic Fair.
The doors will be open from 10am to 5pm and entry is only $5 with children under 16 allowed in for free.
The event features readers, mediums and a market with all sorts of relevant vendors participating, and a variety of healing methods you can learn more about before choosing what you'd like to experience. There will also be free workshops running throughout the day.
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This year, they have also organised for more of everything, with additional mediums doing demonstrations, a larger number of readers to cater for their popularity, and new stallholders who weren't there last year to increase the range of very creative and interesting items available from books to herbs and many other things. You can look for crystals, handmade and bespoke jewellery, clothing that suits this culture, portable altars and plenty more.
Among the extra healing options added to the event this year will be an Indigenous form that you can explore, plus many of the other modalities that were there last year will return.
The fair is also supporting the same fundraising cause they got behind previously.
"We're again raising money for the Deep Peace Trust's farm animal sanctuary [located in Braidwood]," says Lilitu Babalon who is one of the fair's organisers.
Since they are not a commercial enterprise, they aren't eligible for the same drought relief subsidies for the farm animals they've rescued.
They have sheep, cattle, and goats, a few dogs, cats and other creatures, as well as a number of horses, which seems pertinent this week after the ABC's investigative story on the very sad fates of retired race horses.
You can find out more about The Good Earth Psychic Fair - Yass by using the above link that takes you to Facebook, or by calling Natasha or Lilitu on 02 6241 0799.