Saturday, March 18, 2023, 3095 Hunt Rd
10-4 pm Vendor Faire
12 pm Children’s Easter Egg Hunt
1:30 pm Joy Fully Iced cookie decorating registration link
CBD products Herb ‘N Science
Tropical Shaved Kona Ice
Cookie Class Joy Fully Iced (registration required)
Freeze Dried Candy Crafty Sassy Co
Handmade jewelry & products Gypsy Soul
Art and more Lovely by Heather
Reiki, mystical items, and more Everyday Sacred Mystery
Handmade essential oil products Pamela’s Legacy
Houseplants Indoor Jungle Co
Polymer clay jewelry Pink’s Echo
Bath and body products Pure Romance
Towels Dee’s Creative Side
Wine Wine Shop at Home
Wreaths and wands Wycked Designs
The celebration of Easter has its roots in many different cultural and religious traditions, and the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre/Ostara is just one of the many influences that have contributed to the modern holiday. The spring equinox has long been a time of renewal and rebirth, and many cultures around the world have celebrated this time of year with festivals and rituals focused on the themes of growth, fertility, and new beginnings. In the case of the Anglo-Saxons, the adoption of Christianity helped to shape the way in which they celebrated the spring equinox, ultimately leading to the development of the Easter holiday as we know it today.
On Sunday, if you wish to participate in an Ostara community potluck/social with grounding ritual led by Morganthe, please see details at Facebook group event. Also, we will be raising the barn, aka hoop house, Sunday afternoon. To view, kindly join our church’s community Facebook group.
Vendor Registration FULL
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to showcase your products and services. At this time, all spaces are claimed. Shoppers and egg hunters do not need to register, while vendors are required to register. To be added to our VIP vendor list, please contact us.