NASHUA, NH – City Arts Nashua’s 9th Annual Psychic Fair has expanded hours and has added two new readers, due to the event’s popularity. Each year the Psychic Fair is held in the reading room of the historic Hunt Memorial Building in downtown Nashua, a beautiful and serene setting for the event, drenched in natural light, and lovely décor and people come from far and wide to take part.
New readers joining the fair this year are Irini Chiu and Katy Swallow:
- Chiu is an angel reader, spiritual medium and ordained minister. She is an empath with heightened psychic awareness and the abilities of a spiritual medium.
- Tarot reader Swallow is a hereditary mystic. Her family lines include generations of herbal healers, psychic intuitives, ghost story tellers, and tarot readers.
Returning and beloved readers this year are as follows:
- Jacki Joy brings her many years of experience to reading of tarot, psychometry, energy and automatic writing. She is known for her compassion and down-to-earth energy.
- Angie D’Anjou participates in and organizes fairs across New England. She offers readings of enchanted tarot, angel guidance, and mediumship.
- Colleen Costello brings her Celtic background from Ireland to readings of angelic tarot and mediumship.
- Michelle Trahan offers her skills reading palms, tarot, scrying, numerology and mediumship.
- Stacey Smith is bringing her vast knowledge of a wide range of psychic modalities including readings with tarot, oracle and angel cards, Ogham staves, psychometry, channeling and mediumship.
- Lori Haynes offers readings of personal guides, past lives and mediumship.
- Robert Menard interprets 3-D real-time aura photography created on the only system of its kind in New England. He also offers non-traditional tarot readings.
- Tolan Oakenshield has been reading tarot since he was six years old, taught by his aunt. He brings over 40 years of experience reading at fairs around the world.
- Tangled Roots, who bring a wide selection of items from their store in downtown Nashua,
- Lisa Lanfair, who makes handmade wired jewelry, including custom pieces on the spot, and
- Michael Longrider, who brings Native American handcrafts, flutes and music CDs.
Proceeds from this all volunteer-run popular annual event will go towards arts promotion in the Nashua, N.H. vicinity.
ABOUT CITY ARTS NASHUA:
City Arts Nashua was formed in 2004 and is a volunteer arts services organization with a 501(c)3 IRS non-profit designation. Its mission is to enrich the Nashua area’s quality of life by providing leadership to support and strengthen arts and culture. City Arts Nashua helps expand and provide visibility for greater Nashua’s artistic and cultural community. It promotes, advocates, networks, produces events and projects, fundraises, and provides fiscal sponsorships. In addition, City Arts Nashua works closely with the Nashua Arts Commission, with local arts individuals and groups, community organizations, business, government and with state and national arts organizations. City Arts Nashua produces ArtWalk, Nashua’s most celebrated art event every fall, now celebrating 15thyear, and the Meri Goyette Art Awards and Luncheon, recognizing contributions to the arts of non-artist community members, now in its 6th year. City Arts Nashua successfully led the effort to restore three important murals in Nashua, including, in 2016 Margaret’s View of Nashua by renowned artist Lucienne Bloch; in 2013, Vivian’s Dream, by Nashua mural artist Barbara Andrews; and, in 2015, the Yankee Flyer Diner by Nashua native and former Artist Laureate of New Hampshire, James Aponovich. In addition, City Arts Nashua is the fiscal agent for the proposed Nashua Performing Arts Center, and fiscal sponsor of the Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, now in its 12th year, the only such international sculpture symposium in the United States.
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