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Unity Festival 2017 (Free Admission)
Saturday, Sept 9 - 3:00 - 7:00pm

Our 2017 Unity Festival will be 3 – 7pm Saturday, Sept 9th at Unity’s Parking Lot on the B-Line Trail, 4001 S. Rogers Street.

Come to the second annual Unity Festival: Celebrating Creativity and Connection, an opportunity for the public to enjoy the variety of spiritual practices and activities that flourish in our community. Bring your lawn chairs and your creative spirit!

There will be games and activities specifically for children, including Hula Hoops with the Hudsucker Posse, and diverse music provided by local artists, including :

-5-Spoke Wheel --- (Rock 'n' Roll Cover Band)
-Sakshi Zion and Baraka --- (Reggae Kirtan Band)
-North Star Capoeira --- (African/Brazilian Martial Arts, Dance & Music)
-Travis Puntarelli presents Peasants & Proud --- (Poetic Acoustic Folk)
-Unity Set --- (Inspired Songs with Various Solo Artists)

The healing arts will be represented by Tana McElhinney (offering Chair Massage) and Jana Anna (offering Access Consciousness), as well as local chiropractor Dr. Norm Houze (offering Health and Wellness Assessments) & Leslie Wilfong (offering Polarity Resolutions).

Vendors include an old-fashioned yard sale, Alchemy Awake, selling sacred yantra and crystal jewelry; and Authors and Artists, with offerings from local writers Janet Cheatham Bell and Lauren Lane Powell as well as recordings from local musicians.

Food and refreshments will be sold by Carson’s BBQ of Ellettsville; Rasta Pops of Bloomington (homemade all natural frozen fruit pops); and an old-fashioned bake sale.

In our Chapel, visitors will experience music, meditation, and information about Unity and the spiritual principles that sustain our community.

Other performers include various Unity soloists; Janiece Jaffe’s Healing Meditation, which features her vocal toning accompanied by crystal bowls; Laughter Yoga with Christine Eartheart; and Tai Chi-like Chi Gong with instructor Elisa Pokral.

Children's Pavilion will have constant activities including : fishing for prizes, sidewalk chalk, corn-hole game, coloring, tatoos, big bubbles, face paint, car play with tube ramps and hula hoops with The Hudsucker Posse.

We invite you to stop by anytime between 3 and 7 p.m. for a fun and spiritually-uplifting experience with your friends and family.
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