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Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013 07:19 pm

Notes to well-being

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GRAPHIC COURTESY HOLISTIC HEALTHCARE ALLIANCE

Good music soothes the soul. Music will be a key component of the Healing Arts Festival Saturday, Aug. 17, at Douglas Park. Organized by local dynamo Bruce Williams and Dr. Paul Mach, DN, of Holistic Healthcare Alliance, natural healing and well-being are the focus of this event. Featured musical acts are Tater Tot at 5 p.m. and Halo Gin and The Isotopes at 7 p.m. Open Sandinista Jam runs from 8:45-10 p.m. Williams says that all musicians are welcome to come and join in the jam session. The public is also invited to come out and set up a table to sell art, jewelry or other craft items. Speaking between musical performances are Maryl Walters at 6 p.m. and Dr. Mach, DN, at 8 p.m. Walters will talk about prayer-based healing of today’s challenges, sponsored by First Church of Christ, Scientist. Mach will speak about spiritual, physical, emotional and mental balance.

Healing Arts Festival
Saturday, Aug. 17, 5-10pm
Douglas Park
Madison and MacArthur
217-638-6224
Free

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