Photo Review of the Sustainable Living Fair at Norfolk’s (Much Maligned) Waterside

The very welcoming Welcome booth, generally wo-manned by Amelia of Green Alternatives. She is the perfect gal for the job with her bright smile and green energy.
Activism
Aboretum
and Alcohol, though this was the Green Caffeine sign, the same folks manned a sister booth for Green Drinks Tidewater. You can find them on Facebook.

Travis’ wands and my Daffodil doll. You can find the doll on my Etsy shop. Comment to ask about the wands, there are several still left.
Travis working the crowd. We had locally made and hand crafted goodies including wands, Waldorf needle felted dolls and my own line of sugar scrubs and body oils. Everyone commented on how great our booth smelled!
Thanks to Bev Sells at 5 Points Community Farm Market aka Norfolk Community Farm Market for hosting the fair. It was our first foray into public with our products and we were quite pleased with the results.
(Apologies for the lack of links. Blogger has screwed up their link system and I can no longer copy and paste into the link option but must type all links in by hand. Google anything you’re interested in, including our Etsy shop: Alchemy Redefined)
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About Blue Eagle Dreamer

Shamanic High Priestess and facilitator of empowerment and healing circles for girls and women, including a monthly Red Tent Temple. BA in English, minor in anthropology. Waldorf homeschool mom. Reiki master, cranial sacral therapist, herbalist, menstruvist, feminist, epicurian.
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2 Responses to Photo Review of the Sustainable Living Fair at Norfolk’s (Much Maligned) Waterside

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