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The Arts District Holistic Fair: A Spiritual Resent for a New Year Saturday, January 24, 2015 | 12:00 -- 4:00 PM at Louis Pohl Gallery and eleven44

Start 2015 with a spiritual tune up! What better way to start the new year than getting spiritually grounded, realizing your creative potential, and discovering what's in store for you in 2015? The Arts District Holistic Fair features Oahu's best, most intuitive psychics, healers, and practitioners. The event will offer exclusive products and provide unique hands-on creative experiences, such as making individual dream catchers to unleash your imagination and manifest your dreams. Free admission and free gift at the door.

The Arts District Holistic Fair, Saturday, January 24, is a first-time-ever pop-up event hosted by two Arts District community businesses, the Louis Pohl Gallery and eleven44. A variety of psychic readers and healers specializing in energy work, intuitive healing, signature cell healing, Reiki, and aromatherapy will be featured. Renowned Akashic Records Reader Ann Patrykus will be available for consultations. (Each practitioner sets their own fee and session schedule and payment made directly to vendors.)

The Arts District Holistic Fair is sponsored by Creative Arts Experience (CAE), a non- profit organization that provides opportunities for individuals and communities to realize their creative aspirations and dreams through community connection and artistic activities.

1The Arts District Holistic Fair is Saturday, January 24th, 2015, 12:00 -- 4:00 PM at the Louis Pohl Gallery and eleven44 (1142 Bethel Street and 1144 Bethel Street, respectively).

Event Details:


Louis Pohl Gallery and eleven44 (1142 and 1144 Bethel Street)

Saturday, January 24, 2015, 12:00 -- 4:00 PM

Free admission; rates for readings vary

Parking: $3 Saturday all-day rates at Smith/Beretania Parking (entrance on Beretania), Chinatown Gateway Parking (entrance on Bethel), and Kukui Plaza Parking (entrance on Kukui) Contact: Su Atta (808) 799-9511 or

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