Bucks County Comes Together for Fifth Annual Healthy Living Festival

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The Bucks County Healthy Living Festival will bring an ever-expanding community together for its fifth annual celebration of healthy living, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., September 10, at Snipes Farm and Education Center, in Morrisville. The festival introduces residents of Bucks County and surrounding areas to the many business entrepreneurs that offer healthier, more sustainable living choices.

This year’s offerings include ecological, sustainable, metaphysical and holistic vendors, artists, healers, instructors and musicians, as well as delicious, organic, wholesome food and drinks throughout the day. The historic Snipes Farm and Education Center will provide an idyllic setting to the day’s events.

Festival goers are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket and spend the day listening to local performers and musicians such as Greg McGarvey, Eric Labacz, M.O.M. (Music Over Matter), Alix Paul and Ian Haag. Attendees will also be able to participate in a variety of creative workshops, yoga classes, canvas painting, henna body art and children’s activities.

Bringing the community together is the mission of the Bucks County Healthy Living Festival as it continues into its fifth year of building relationships with local sponsors and businesses, drawing crowds of interested individuals that seek alternative, healthy living options.

Cost: Free. Location: Snipes Farm and Education Center, 890 W. Bridge St., Morrisville. For more information, call Valarie at 267-840-8003 or Wendy at 267-797-6154, email HealthyLivingFest@gmail.com or visit BucksHealthyLivingFestival.com.

September 2017

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