The event is held on the Summer Solstice. For psychics, 'tis a great day to celebrate the bounty of the earth, says Ms. Lacey. “It’s the longest day of the year, traditionally known as first harvest.”
Truckhenge Farm is an acreage that has been in the Lessman family since 1879. It is owned by Ron and Linda Lessman, who live on the property.
"Since the first time I stepped foot there," says Mrs. Lessman, "I sensed a good vibe." That was back in 1976 when she and Ron were dating. They married in 1977, and lived on the property since 1978.
The Lessman farm land stretches 63 acres and includes a Quonset House where Mr. and Mrs. Lessman live, and a Truckhenge Art Park that features trucks embedded in concrete. It has a catfish pond, and a center lot area for events. Truckhenge has been rented for concerts and annual outdoor events.
The 'good vibe,' or aura, that Mrs. Lessman sensed, seems to inspire enthusiasm in folks who visit over the years -- for camping, fishing, and attending events. The experience includes a rustic charm, a vast stretch of land to savor, and the open sky.
During “Truckhenge Tarot Time” it will be a scene featuring Tarot Readers and other psychics offering services, and artists offering wares.
About 'Truckhenge Tarot Time'
Ms. Lacey is the feature psychic. She has over 35 years experience as an intuitive. She will be available to read tarot cards, and to channel information from spirits.
Mrs. Lessman is the "Tarot at Truckhenge" hostess. She will greet visitors at the gate. She will also announce the Truckhenge Art Park and Quonset House tours that will be hosted by her husband.
Psychics, artists, and artisans will present their offerings in booths along the center lot, and inside the Quonset House lower level.
Ms. Lacey will be available in the Quonset House lower level. Other psychics offer readings that include aura readings, and "Intuitive Color Readings."
Healings include Rieke massage.
---Artists and artisans
Artists and craft artisans present candles, jewelry, wildflower honey, handmade masks, and carved wood sculptures by Linda's husband, Ron Lessman. The latter are showcased along Truckhenge tours.
Tours of Truckhenge Art Park and Quonset House will be scheduled, and led by Linda's husband Ron Lessman. He presents the art sculptures and murals, and the stories behind them. Sign up for a tour at the entrance. Tours are free, yet donations are welcome, and contribute to Truckhenge upkeep.
Truckhenge is at 4124 Northeast Brier Road. Follow the balloons from Seward Avenue to the event entrance. Food and beverages will be available.
Entrance fee is only $5.00 per person, and includes parking.
Psychics and artists who want to particpate in this exciting event may contact Linda Lessman at (785) 234-3486 for details. Deadline for vendor registration is June 15th.
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