Dare to Be Aware Fair Celebrates 10 Years Promoting Wellness
The 10th annual Dare to Be Aware Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 25, at the Sister Joel Read Conference Center, at Alverno College. The fair gathers more than 100 exhibitors focused on expanding well-being, joy, growth and vitality.
This year’s fair includes free workshops, performances and demonstrations to teach people about lifestyle decisions to enhance their health. Offerings include specialists in health and wellness, life coaching and personal growth programs, natural healing, herbs, organic items, animal communicators, sound healers, psychic readings and more.
“I invite you to enjoy a day of learning and exploring, and meeting caring people who have resources to help you awaken your natural self,” says Patricia Clason, director of the Center for Creative Learning, producers of the Fair.
The Dare to Be Aware Fair is sponsored by Center for Creative Learning, Natural Awakenings magazine, Free Spirit Crystals and Windsong/Spirit Faire 2017. To commemorate the 10-year milestone, Mayor Tom Barrett has declared March 25, 2017 to be Dare to Be Aware Day in Milwaukee.
Admission: $5. Location: 3400 S. 43rd St., Milwaukee. For more information, email Patricia@DareToBeAwareFair.com or visit DareToBeAwareFair.com.
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