Turn your attentions toward wellness and health at HRE’s Take Care Fair, Henry Hudson Riverfront Park, Hudson, NY…
Looking for a way to kick-start your wellness pursuit while enjoying a weekend on the Hudson River? Head down to the Henry Hudson Riverfront Park Saturday, June 30th and Sunday, July 1st for the second-annual Take Care Fair, presented by HRE in collaboration with STELLAFAY.
According to Hudson River Exchange co-founder Stella Yoon, the Take Care Fair is the perfect opportunity to show those who are “health-curious” a sampler of what Hudson Valley health and wellness practitioners have to offer. “It’s low-pressure, ‘dip your toe in’ and learn about modalities or remedies that you didn’t know about before,” said Yoon.
Yoga classes, presentations on mental and physical well-being, and handmade health and beauty products are what’s in store for the weekend. If you’re interested in trying out a particular specialty, sign up for a Reiki mini-session or yoga class, listen to a talk on the astrology, or experience a riverside healing sound bath. Classes will be held in the Main tent, Presentation tent, and the riverside park gazebo. For a presentation and class schedule, visit the Take Care Fair event page.
Admission to the Take Care Fair is free of charge, so plan to put your money toward a host of health-related wares offered by over 60 vendors. Don’t forget to bring your appetites: Inner Fire Kitchen, Tin Can Juicery, and Calmbucha will be on hand to satisfy your hunger and thirst in a health-conscious way.
The party kicks off on Saturday, June 30th with the market up and running 11am to 6pm. From 6pm to 8pm Saturday night, join 5Rhythms for an “Interdependence” celebration in which attendees can move, dance, and celebrate community and healing. On Sunday, the fair is open from 11am to 4pm for more presentations, demos, and vendors.
For more information on Hudson River markets, including this weekend’s Summer Market, as well as events, and storefront/gallery hours at 514 Warren Street, visit www.hudsonriverexchange.com. Get to know the Hudson River Exchange here, and find out more about their print publication, Made + Collected, here.