Come celebrate the spirit of arts and the arts of spirit.
Meraki! Spirit & Arts Fair
located in the beautiful bright gallery
of the Emerald Art Center
conveniently located at 5th & Main in Springfield OR
Saturday January 25th 2020 11 am—5 pm
Sunday, January 26th 2020 Noon—4 pm
EMERALD ART CENTER
Readers Artists Gifts
Psychics Visionaries Healers
Donations accepted to support the Emerald Art Center, and Occupy Medical, a non-profit offering free health, medical and other services to those in need.
Our vendors include area artists, jewelers, painters, photographers, fiber artists, henna artists, authors, musicians, and many others
Our vendors all have artistic element to their merchandise. Hand-made soaps, lotions, cosmetics, salves, and ointments. Spiritual art and photography. Crystals and stones in amazing jewelry, and much more. Our only requirement for merchandise is you must carry at least some that is personally created by an individual. No franchises or multi-level marketing.
Psychis & Readers
We also offer psychics, mediums, Tarot readers, astrologers, aura photographers, aura portraitists, shamans, and many other intuitive and spiritual advisors.
Meraki! offers massage therapists, energy healers, Reiki masters, hypnotherapists, herbalists, medicine people and other healers offering unique and helping services.
“Meraki” is an ancient Greek word meaning to put a piece of yourself or your spirit into what you do. Artists, writers, musicians, performers, healers, intuitives and others who work with the creative and spiritual arts will understand its meaning. A part of one’s spirit goes into all creative and spiritual works. It is our privilege to share this personal energy with all who attend.
The Meraki! Spirit and Arts Fair helps support the Emerald Art Center, a non-profit arts organization offering classes, art instruction, gallery space, national competitions, and youth arts programs to the community of Springfield OR.
Donations at the door of non-food grocery items go to Occupy Medical! for distribution to those in need.
Non-food grocery items include toiletries, personal hygiene items, baby care products (including diapers), cleaning supplies, first-aid items, and paper products–things that cannot be purchased with food stamps.