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High Vibe Collective Market Sandgate

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Art, music, sustainability are parts of life’s puzzle

The High Vibe Collective Market is set to turn your Saturday into a tranquil and peaceful day of inner exploration and external amusement. Come along and enjoy FREE entry into all the fun at the Einbunpin Lagoon, Brighton Road, Sandgate Saturday, 17 August, 2019 from 9.00am until 1.00pm. A very existential time will be had by all!

The Market is a one-stop-shop for all your plant-based and earth friendly foods, organic products and learning all the sustainable and renewable ways to enjoy various forms of the arts, crafts and therapy services. The best part is all this can be done in the serene settings of Sandgate's beautiful lagoon located in the very heart of the vibrant village.

There's going to be heaps of plant-based exploration and fun for you and all your family. It's an animal-friendly setting so the four-legged members of your family are welcome to join the fun. There'll also be some delightful:
Book readings, yoga and tree-hugging activities especially for the kids
Live entertainment by Robbie Thompson's Live 432hz music and
Lots of pop-up mini-workshops will be available when you need them.

The Market's organisers, Barbara Syassen, Robbie Thompson and Amber Boyers, support people who are enthusiastic in seeking out ways in which we can improve our lives and our environment. You will find many different and interesting stalls run by people who are every bit as interesting and versatile as their products and services.

Take, for example, Cathy Vanzanden of Authentic Wisdom, Naturopathy who creates her very own vibrational mists using flower essences from the local forests in south-east Queensland. These unique mist sprays of fused natural essences, once applied, will help to keep your mind calm and focused. Cathy will be at the market and is happy to chat you about her mist sprays and how they behave.

While you're in the groove take a look at SoulSpark Holistics and Essential Oils. Sonja, an intuitive energy healer, nature lover, beachcomber and a qualified Reiki practitioner will be on hand with all the goods and services to help enhance your health and well-being.

And while you are getting into self-discovery just remember it's often said that the eyes are a mirror to our mind, body and soul. Discover just how true this is in a conversation about iridology and how it relates to different organs with Veronica who will be at the Market to make sure you can 'see' the whole picture.

Cranky's Farm will be there to demonstrate how it provides a refuge and safe home for abandoned, unwanted, abused or neglected farm animals. Check out the stall at the Market and learn about all the great work being done to help rescue animals from neglect and harm. It really is so easy to be kind!

You can also take the opportunity to have your best friend pampered. Little Red Wolf - Dog Grooming will be primed and ready to help out with all your best buddies' grooming and pampering needs. Introduce your family's quadrupeds to Nicola and get the low down on everything to make their lives a little better.

Please don't miss a visit to the Judy Langley Photography stall. Judy is a talented photographer whose stunning photos and works of art promote the beauty of nature and present an opportunity for you to acquire some of that natural loveliness for your home through her framed nature pictures.

For something unique stroll along to the Looarte Collective stall. As part of their green living philosophy and way of life the Collective has a range of ethical shirts all of which have been made using renewable energy on sale. It's not often you can feel as self-assured as you can wearing an ethical shirt.

The Market is definitely plastic free environment – so bring your own re-usable carry bags. If you need some help in this regard than make sure you visit Lynne Howard of The Vale Eco Packs. Lynne has an extensive assortment of plastic free products designed to make it easy for you to obtain environmentally friendly products that not only help, but enhance, your way of life.
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That's not all the wonderful stalls that are going to be at the Markets. Some of the others are:
The Tree That Talks children books
Made by Melinschka for one of a kind gemstone jewellery, accessories and home décor
Handmade Journals and Cards creative arts and crafts

Right throughout the Market stalls will be offering pop-up workshops as of when people need them along with some very exciting raffles – check the stall for what's on offer.

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Along with all these wonderful artists, spiritualists, designers and gentle people you will be able to get some real vegan coffee and drinks, produced entirely by renewable energy, at Shed 41 Cafe while Hazel Rose Kitchen will provide a vegan brunch of plant-based sweet and savour foods. Isn't it time you took the time to see what you can do for yourself and the environment?

High Vibe Collective Market is a community of businesses totally run on renewable energy. The organisers and stallholders are fully committed to a green energy and it's environmental benefits.

For more information about the High Vibe Collective Market and how you can help support local arts, music, plant-based foods, products, ecofriendly and green living check out the Facebook page or email thetreethattalks@hotmail.com
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Why? Help the environment and have a lot of fun
When: Saturday, 17 August, 2019 from 9.00am until 1.00pm
Where: Einbunpin Lagoon, Brighton Road, Sandgate
Cost: FREE
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