KarmaFest, a holistic, psychic and yoga festival weekend of camping and fun, is coming to Pottstown for the Labor Day weekend, September 2 through 5, at Fellowship Farm. Campers can arrive after 7 p.m. on September 2 and will check out by noon on September 5. Daytime-only participants are welcome from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., September 3 and 4, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., September 5.
The festival will feature enlightening lectures, meditation, live music, swimming, vegan and vegetarian food, 50 to 75 interesting vendors and two full days of yoga. Also available at an additional charge will be readings, massage, reiki, reflexology and more.
KarmaFest was founded by Patricia Hawse in 2005, after she experienced the effects of holistic health firsthand, while serving for the Red Cross in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Witnessing the immediate effects of yoga and meditation to relieve tension and increase energy and balance, Hawse vowed to spread the word through a festival—KarmaFest.
“We are so excited that our second year of KarmaFest will be a full holiday weekend experience,” says Hawse. “Think lots of time around the drum circle and bonfire at night, and waking to a great KarmaFest, with all the trimmings, during the day. We also have a beautiful swimming pool, so we’re looking forward to offering an end-of-the-
summer extended weekend getaway.”
Cost: Full weekend pass, with 3-night stay, starts at $88 for tent camping and $122 for dorm stay (early bird prices, before July 15). Day passes: $20. Location: Fellowship Farm, 2488 Sanatoga Rd., Pottstown. For more information, call Diane at 610-220-7817, email Patti@KarmaFest.com or visit KarmaFest.com.