Clairvoyant Jenny Allen will take part in Into the Mystic: A Psychic Faire in Port Townsend on Friday and Saturday.

‘Psychic Faire’ in Port Townsend dives into the mystic Friday, Saturday

PORT TOWNSEND — Spiritual readings, emotional release and energy tuneups will be on tap at Into the Mystic: A Psychic Faire this Friday and Saturday at the Unity Spiritual Enrichment Center, 3918 San Juan Ave.

Admission is free to this second annual fair, to be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.

“Our first-ever psychic fair [was] an overwhelming success” in 2013, said spokeswoman Kristin Mineah, “so much so that we’ve extended this year’s event to two days.”

An array of 16 tarot and crystal readers, clairvoyants, energy workers and other practitioners will offer their services for fees of $30 for a 30-minute reading or $45 for a 45-minute energy session during this fundraiser for the Unity center.

In addition, fair-goers can choose to attend one or more of the event’s three afternoon classes.

Admission to each is a suggested $10, though no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

And since this is summer-solstice weekend, a drum circle to welcome the sun will be held from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

Class schedule

The lineup of Into the Mystic classes:

■   “Love Letter for Your Lifetime” is first up at 4 p.m. Friday.

Artist and inspirational speaker Mary Anne Radmacher of Whidbey Island will teach this interactive class, which is open to everyone, including those who don’t have readings done at the fair.

■   “Co-creating, Fortifying and Sustaining Sacred Spaces” is medium and channeler Sherri Anderson’s program at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Anderson, who divides her time between Port Townsend and Peru, is a longtime student of Native American and Peruvian medicine as well as a channel who calls in insights from the spirit realm.

Her Saturday class is limited to 30, so participants are encouraged to sign up in advance at the fair.

■   “Aligning Heaven & Earth: Astrology, Herbs, Consciousness and Energy” is astrologer and healer Rae Diamond’s class at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Diamond, who lives in Oakland, Calif., does energy work with shamanic techniques, Reiki, specific breath work and sound vibration.

During the rest of the event, the practitioners will offer their services on a first-come, first-served basis, so fair-goers are urged to arrive early to sign up for particular readers and energy workers.

Into the Mystic’s readers include psychic Sarah Nash, founder of the White Light Express website (www.whitelightexpress.ning.com); clairvoyants Heather Cole Gatto, Sharon Hoyer and Jenny Allen, who is also a crystal reader and medical intuitive; hand analyst Amy Priest; card reader, Reiki practitioner and stone layout energy worker Casandra Nightengale.

Also, tarot reader and Reiki master Zylpha Elliott; Akashic records reader Erin Lamb; and energy workers Mollyshannon Neel, Trudy Roush and Stephanie Dickey.

Oracle reader and Reiki master Luna Light will also be on hand, as will Port Townsend Unity minister Pam Douglas-Smith, a veteran reader of tarot cards.

Into the Mystic: A Psychic Faire also will have a marketplace beckoning to shoppers.

Crystal and copper wands, carved gourd animals, chakra jewelry, dream catchers, drums, candles and other products await along with Unity’s bookstore, where new and used spiritual books are available for donations.

For information about Into the Mystic, search for “Unity Psychic Faire” on Facebook, visit www.UnityPT.org or phone the Unity center at 360-385-6519.

“Come explore this wonderful opportunity,” said fair publicist Dianne Diamond, “to sample many different types of psychic readings all under one roof.”

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