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Hasting Farm Wellness Center Grand Opening in Berks

Sep 30, 2013 10:37PM

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The Wellness Center for Pets & Their People at Hasting Farm, 1214 Tulpehocken Road, in Richland, will hold a grand opening celebration from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., October 20. Special events includes a book signing by Gettysburg resident Shirl Knoblock, author of Birdsongs, Barks and Banter, as well as a blessing of the animals and a candle lighting pet memorial vigil.

Exhibitors include practitioners of alternative and complementary healing services for both pets and humans; some will provide lectures and demonstrations. Artists will display their work, and food will be available for purchase. Nonprofit animal rescue/adoption and advocacy groups will participate, some with fundraising activities, such as offering discounted canine nail trims and pet photos. Leashed dogs are welcome. For children, face painting and henna tattoos will also be available.

The educational farm wellness center addresses the well-being of pets and their two-legged companions by emphasizing the interconnectedness of all life. The center provides alternative and holistic therapies that integrate body, mind and spirit, including Reiki, acupuncture, chiropractic, massage and other healing modalities, as well as seminars and classes on healthy cooking, mindful living, homeopathy, essential oils, spiritual practices, healing modalities, herbal solutions, pet nutrition and more.

For more information, call 717-675-4136, email [email protected], or visit Facebook.com/wcpphf.

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