Written by Jonathan Zhao
As we enter the beginning of a new year, many people are reflecting on the previous one, and all the things that happened whether good or bad. Regardless of how your 2016 was, start 2017 a fresh at Psychic Sunday – a fun, and relaxing day where you can get the most of your spiritual, para-friendly (that is, paranormal) and shopping needs!
Held in the beautiful back drop of the historical Fairfield City Museum and Gallery on Sunday 29th of January, APPI (Australian Paranormal Phenomenon Investigators) who run the highly successful Oz Paranormal Expo, as well as tours and investigations at seven other locations in NSW, are back again to bring you into the new year with a bang - and a great chance to get in touch with your ‘spiritual side’!
Running for a third time, the Psychic Sunday is a wonderful opportunity where guests can get to meet exclusively with a choice of tarot readers, mediums, clairvoyants, healers, and more, sharing in their amazing gifts to see beyond the physical and tangible of our world into the great beyond.
Another part of the day’s program is a series of free…yes you heard correctly, FREE seminars on a wide range of different paranormal and spirituality themed topics by some of Sydney’s most informative and inspiring local speakers!
Don’t forget to also browse the unique products and gifts offered by exhibitors, including jewellery, cosmetics, music, books, gift-ware, crystals, ghost tours, incense and more!
Another great thing about the Psychic Sunday event is that its children friendly (Thank heavens for that!) So bring the kids along and let them have a blast with face-painting, organized crafts, and scavenger hunt activities planned for the day. I also heard from a little birdie (or rather should I say, an owl called Hedwig) that a so-called ‘Room of Requirement’ will appear at the Psychic Sunday event to fulfil the supply of magical items to Wizards and Witches, young and old alike!
Specialising in muggle items that can exhibit magical properties or be used by squibs for display only. You will also find Hogwarts gear, House colours, Horcruxes (curse removed prior) and what muggles call 'sooveneers'. I, for one am very excited about this!
And if after all that, you (or the kids) get a bit tired and peckish from all the action, why not kick back and recharge with a coffee, or a cold drink and a BBQ lunch under the beautiful leafy grounds of the Fairfield City Museum & Gallery?
Tickets can be pre-purchased in the below link or at the gates on the day and are ONLY $5.00 with free entry for kids under the age of 5.
The Psychic Sunday event is held at the Fairfield City Museum & Gallery on Sunday 29th January!
Address: Corner of Oxford Street & The Horsley Drive, Smithfield.
There is plenty of street parking with all day parking available on The Horsley Drive.