Are You Going to The Four Corners Whole Expo- Sept. 12 and 13th?

I know I am. 

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Four Corners Whole Expo

The weekend after Labor Day in Durango, Colorado, the cultural center of the Four Corners, is showcasing a Whole Expo of Holistic & Ecological Products, Services & Seminars that brings together individual businesses and services that promote healthy, holistic, living and ecological awareness..  Over 100 vendors and workshops, seminars and patio events are offered for every topic you can imagine around our health.

WholeExpo features diverse threads of insight and knowledge with the purpose of creating a tapestry of body, spirit, mind, and planet consciousness. It is their hope to not merely coexist but to live in greater harmony with each other and with the Earth.

They recognize that there is a great urgency to be accountable for our consumption, to be aware of our impact both locally and globally, and to be responsible for sharing that information with others. They hope you will take the opportunity to share in this experience, and have fun while you do it!

Here is an example of the vendors, seminars and patio events offered this year:

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Four Corners Whole Expo

Workshop – Solutions to Your Behavior by Michael Brill

Understanding Soul Retrieval by Stacey Couch

Sounds from the Akasha by Gwen Dolyn Hill

Patio Events:

A Channeled Healing Meditation with Barry Helm– 10:15 on Saturday

The New List and Maitreya’s Emergence with Ron Liggett– 12:15 on Saturday

Of course, this is just a smattering of what the Whole Expo offers.  There is much, more!

A woman holding an object in her hand.
Four Corners Whole Expo

Here are the times and dates of this not to be missed event. 
Saturday, September 12, 2015, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sunday, September 13, 2015, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

WholeExpo is held at the Main Exhibit Hall at the La Plata County Fairgrounds in Durango, just a couple of miles from historic, downtown. To get driving directions to Durango and the Fairgrounds, visit MapQuest.

Registration Fee: $5.00 – good for both days and covers admittance to the Expo and all basic seminars and workshops. $2 – students with ID. Free for children 12 and under and seniors 65 and over.

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