Best of Mt Shasta - MT. SHASTA, CALIFORNIA

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Best of Mt Shasta - MT. SHASTA, CALIFORNIA

Time: July 21, 2017 to July 23, 2017
Location: Mt Shasta City Park
Street: 1315 Nixon Road
City/Town: Mount Shasta, California USA
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Phone: (530) 408-6048
Event Type: conference, workshops, park, event, festival
Organized By: The Best of Mt Shasta
Latest Activity: Feb 6, 2017

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Three Full Days of Workshops and Evening Events: Native Healing, Spirit & Spirituality, Health & Wellness, Our Environment, as well as an Outdoor Festival with Music, Vendors, Food and More

We are the largest gathering in this area that gives you the opportunity to personally meet and form friendships with the people who live in the Mount Shasta area; those who are exploring and bringing forth the latest insights available from this extraordinary spot in our universe.


The Best of Mt Shasta Conference and Festival

Held at the Mt Shasta City Park

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