Whether you’d like a tarot reading or simply a summery drink, here’s your guide.
|What||Fabric Row boutique Steel Pony is having a solstice-themed shopping event. Beyond their apparel, shoppers will also be able to peruse their selection of healing bracelets and soaps. There will also be crystal accessories from local brand Staylow Jewelry. Tarot readings will be available for $10, and reserving a slot is encouraged. Light refreshments will be served.|
|Where||Steel Pony at 758 S 4th St.|
|When||June 23, 2017 at 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm|
|What||The menu for this celebration ain't no joke. The party will take over the plaza from 4th to 5th Street on Bainbrigde, with food and drink from Whetstone, Ela and Southwark. There will be attractions for all ages, including games, live music, street performers, plus psychic readings.|
|Where||Bainbridge Green Park at Bainbridge Street, from 4th to 5th|
|When||June 21, 2017 at 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm|
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