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Nature Fest 2015 For A Place Called Hope

11756458_10153418097688903_168822847_nSaturday, July 25th from 11-4. Opening Ceremony begins at 10:30am. We will be hosting this event on the Madison Green and we still have room for more Organizations, Educators, Rehabilitates and Vendors. If you or someone you know would like to join us, please email us at hope4raptors@yahoo.com This is a free event! Geared towards all ages. Vending spots are $30.00 for a 12×12′ space or larger. All others are free of charge but expected to make a Donation to the Birds.


Keith Rood Native American Elder from the Metis Tribe Native American Blessing and Opening Ceremony begins at 10:30am. All are welcome

Informational Booths; A Place Called Hope Live Birds of Prey all day.

Presentation at 1:00pm Friends of Hammonassett Don Rankin Archeology Geology Naugatuck River Revival Group Menunkatuck Audubon Humane Society Connecticut Wildlife Rehabilitators Association Meigs Point Nature Center Bushy Hill Nature Center Sharon Audubon Nature Center Childrenʼs Reading Tent; Stories and music Healing Arts; Nancy Cannon – Reiki and Readings Colleen Ryatt – Doula – Natural Childbirth Assistant Susan Wilson – Crafts and Animal Communication Rehabilitators; Eunice Arnold; Small Mammals Laura and John Brewerton; J&L Nuisance Wildlife Control No Kill Bonnie Alexander Like A Feather Musical Scott Shuffit – Native American Style Flutes Chris Bousquet of American Elm Vendors: Tastefully Simple Sarah Gannon Ava-Anderson Non-Toxic Products Keith and Roberta Rood Native American Crafts Michael DiGiorgio Prints Robyn Matterfis Photography and jewelry Liz Curtin Curtinʼs Kites Catherine Bousquet Chasing Angels Jason Neely Photography Janet Colondrea Sea Glass Jewelry Jan Blencowe Art Sketch Classes Bless My Nest Jewelry Christine Galla Essential Oils Susanne Onatah Hall Photography Food Vendor; Taquera Cinco