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Discover. Explore. Deepen. Naturally. Compassionately.

About the Fair

September 29, 2018 Noon – 5pm

Mendon Ponds Park
95 Douglas Rd, Honeoye Falls, NY 14472

Finger Lakes Natural Living Fair offers an open environment that is inviting and non-intimidating so you can explore new things without feeling pressured.

We want to reach both current holistic practitioners and new curious beings! Come observe, ask questions or join in!

Finger Lakes Natural Living Fair provides easy access to learn about alternative & less accessible healing methods without worrying about large costs and in a space that they can ask any questions without making any commitments.

With open minds and hearts we provide a space for people to find out new things in a neutral space, connect with holistic wellness, green, organic and cruelty free professionals and products(all products must be cruelty free).

Most importantly, have a good time doing it. Additionally, we encourage our vendors to speak to each other and trade skills to make new discoveries and connections with their peers in other fields.

By exploration, we discover, and through discovery we grow and learn.

Your submission will need to be done on a computer – at this time our security system wont allow phone entries. Sorry for any inconvenience.

NOTE: Please check back periodically as vendors add their offerings and classes. There will be no loose soliciting at this event. Only those signed up with a reserved space.

 

About the Founder of Finger Lakes Natural Living Fair

Sandy Hicks, Founder Finger Lakes Natural Living Fair

Finger Lakes Natural Living Fair is the 100% all-natural  and cruelty free healing fair in the area. 

I began this Fair over 10 years ago. The area had a lot of metaphysical and psychic fairs (which are lovely!) in the area but couldn’t find any holistic wellness events. I asked myself “Why do I have to travel to another state to attend such events?” Then one day said “Well I suppose I’ll do one”. The first few events were held at my home in West Bloomfield and was by invite only. The feedback was precious! I then set foot to every park in the area to see what space offered greatest energy, facilities and layout.
FLNLF was first held at Onanda Park until we outgrew the space. I love that park dearly but it was time for change. Mendon Ponds is beautiful in the fall and has several covered facilities and open-air facilities. This was the new spot! Mendon is one of those areas that sits on the edge of 2 counties.

Cobblestone will host body-workers and offer some quietness; Stewart Lodge and East Lodge are both covered facilities and will offer product, sample and information tables a well as our food station; West Lodge will be reserved for indoor speakers/events (should it rain); and the 2 open-air pavilions will host classes, speakers, entertainment.

All the facilities are within waling distance for those that enjoy a nice park walk or you may drive to each. Plenty of parking and clean bathroom facilities!

When we live naturally, we see things differently. When we see things differently, we heal. We are fragmented through the idea of separation (from ourselves, from divine light, from all beings….through compassion we are delivered peace…may we see all as one.

 

~Saraja

The above are just a few-Offerings added every week!