Connect to God at Book Launch and Psychic Fair
The Spirit Connection, Four Ways to Connect to God Book Launch and Psychic Fair takes place from noon to 5 p.m., May 6 at Bluemound Bowl. Author Susan Lukas will read passages, give away books and host a two-hour workshop on how to make and use a pendulum. The fair features a variety of true mediums, psychics and healers that were featured in Lukas’ book, and they will be offering a variety of services. Selected vendors will also be present. The Spirit Connection, Four Ways to Connect to God will be offered at a discounted price of $5, which is $3 off the usual price.
Lukas is an experienced spiritual advisor and author of spiritual books. Her next book, the novel Abiding Flame, will be released in August. She is an award-winning artist who has exhibited her work at art shows and galleries across the United States. Lukas co-wrote two of her books with her spirit guides, and she offers spiritual wisdom from the highest realms for a troubled world.
Location: 12935 Bluemound Rd., Brookfield. For more information, visit SusanLukas.com/events.html.
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