Crowd gathers for 14th annual Harvest Festival and Psychic Fair

Bell Book and Canto performed at the 14th annual Wolf Run Harvest Festival and Psychic Fair Saturday afternoon. The weekend was filled with a variety of musical and spiritual performances. (Pioneer photos/Taylor Fussman)

REMUS — The weekend was filled with tarot card reading, drum circles and nature walks for attendees of the 14th annual Wolf Run Harvest Festival and Psychic Fair.

Stan Newcombe, director of the Wolf Run Wildlife and Spiritual Sanctuary, which hosts the event, said the annual festival is family-friendly and open to people of all different beliefs.

“We wanted to set up a place where people could come and know they are not alone,” he said. “The festival is an opportunity for people to come be themselves.”

The fair festivities included vendors from all over Michigan; classes in dancing, aromatherapy and more; performances and other activities focused on allowing people to practice their beliefs in an open and safe environment.

Holly Stafford (left) was one of several vendors to set up a booth at the festival this weekend. Stafford owns Mother Moon, a business located in Saugatuck which sells spiritual goods such as gemstones and singing bowls.

Holly Stafford, longtime vendor of the event, said she enjoys attending the festival. Stafford owns Mother Moon, a business located in Saugatuck which sells spiritual goods such as gemstones and singing bowls.

“I love what they do here. It’s a really good community of people,” she said.

There was no cost to attend the event, but Wolf Run was accepting donations as well as nonperishable food items for the Pagans in Need Food Pantry.

Attendees of the Wolf Run Harvest Festival and Psychic Fair enjoyed music by Bell Book and Canto.

Several vendors set up booths at the Wolf Run Harvest Festival and Psychic Fair this weekend. From gemstones to aromatherapy, alpaca wool blankets to tarot card readings, there was something for everyone to enjoy.

The Harvest Festival and Psychic Fair was filled with vendors selling a variety of crafts and goods, including stained glass, jewelry and gemstones.

Stanley and Alexis Newcombe admired jewelry designed by a local vendor during the festival in Remus Saturday afternoon.

Among the attendees of 14th annual Wolf Run Harvest Festival and Psychic Fair was John Newcombe (right) and his albino blood python.

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Posted by Taylor Fussman

Taylor is the cops and courts reporter for the Pioneer and Herald Review newspapers. She can be reached at (231) 592-8362 or by email at tfussman@pioneergroup.com.

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