1st Mega Aura-Palooza
May 2 â€¢ Midtown Global Market, 920 E. Lake St., Minneapolis â€¢ 612.922.4272
This free, daylong celebration of people’s intuitive gifts, energy and the shared human inner-connection will feature over 30 psychic intuitives, healers and vendors of metaphysical-related consultations and merchandise. Mega Aura-Palooza hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. The public can expand their knowledge of their own inner connection, and their connection with the world around them. A variety of talented consultants will be on hand to schedule private, individual psychic readings, personalized aura photography, tarot card reading, numerology and astrology consultations, handwriting analysis and energy healings. Guests can also gain insight and advice about various spiritual and energy clearing products. As a part of Mega Aura-Palooza, internationally respected psychics Carol Lowell (noon-1 p.m.), Echo Bodine (1:30-2:30 p.m.) and Robert Baca (3-4 p.m.) will each give one hour lectures. Each lecture is $15, and pre-registration is highly recommended as seating is limited. This event, formerly known as Aura-Palooza, was presented during the past two years in Echo Bodine’s Center, but it has outgrown the facility. Enjoy the Midtown Global Market, an internationally-themed public market with over 40 independent vendors offering the finest selection of produce, meats, delicacies, prepared foods, grocery items and unique gifts and services from around the world. There is validated parking in the East Ramp, located on Lake Street and 10th Ave S. Bring in your parking ticket and receive up to three hours of validated parking.
www.echobodine.com or www.carolmargaret.com
11th annual LHSC Psychic Fair
May 16-17 â€¢ Lake Harriet Spiritual Community, 4401 Upton Ave. , Minneapolis â€¢ 612.922.4272
This established annual event in Linden Hills will feature readings from dozens of the Midwest’s finest mediums, psychics, animal communicators, aura photographers and body workers. The Psychic Fair also will feature many unique vendors selling crystals, jewelry, chainmail, pagan books, tarot decks, stained glass, African art and more. This weekend event is part of the larger Linden Hills Neighborhood Festival. So spend the day in the neighborhood because there is plenty to do. Get a reading or massage under our domed sanctuary vortex and try the delicious African food provided by Assase Ya. Shop the many neighborhood garage sales. Then, enjoy a delightful stroll through the restaurants and shops of the Linden Hills neighborhood, or enjoy a walk around the lake. LHSC has been a major Twin Cities force in facilitating individual and community healing and connectedness with the greater universe for decades. Besides this popular weekend event, LHSC has an abundance of classes and ongoing events.