Creative, Unique, Yummy & Original
Jennifer Rotermund is the owner of Gaiaentheos Coaching and Education. Jennifer has a BS in Psychology, with an emphasis in Behavioral Neuroscience. She is an Psychedelic Integration Coach, a Cannabis Health & Wellness Coach, a Microdosing Educator, and a Sacred Ceremonialist. She created her own online introductory course on microdosing psilocybin before partnering with her dear friend and fellow Cannabis Coach, Amy Olson, to create their online introductory course microdosing cannabis.
Hood Canal Adventures' Mushroom Specialist, Jerry Novak, will be giving a presentation on the medicinal properties of different species of mushrooms. Jason Maloney of Duckabush Mushrooms will assist if available.
Duckabush Mushrooms: medicinal mushroom powders, mushroom spices, mushroom infused drink mixes, artist conk mushrooms, books, mushroom knives, magnets, bags, etc. If available we will have mushroom growing blocks and fresh mushrooms.
Hood Canal Adventures will rent kayaks at a rate of $25 for 1.5 hrs for single kayaks and paddle boards or hybrids & $40 for 1.5 hrs for tandem kayaks. Guests will be equipped with all necessary safety equipment. Liability waivers must be signed by guests.
Hood Canal Adventures Kayak rentals all week-end.
please pre register
It's about the Love...
Drinking Horns, Flasks, Potion Bottles, hanging Crystals, Magic Bubbles, Butterfly Capes, Jewelry and MORE !
Artist • Writer • Comedian
Creator of this year’s MoonFest graphic!
Melissa Klein is an artist, writer/comedian and instructor based in Sequim, WA. She works in a variety of mediums and styles - from digital logos to chalkboards, to traditional materials (watercolor, ink, oils, acrylic…) to murals, to best convey the vision of her clients which range from the North Olympic Library System, Classic MoonFest/Moon-Fest, Sparket, Sweet Spot, Peninsula Taproom, Irvine Investment Group, Inked Out Construction, Sequim Rotary Club, Dungeness BarnHouse & Nash’s Farm Store.
Hand Crafted Shamanic Drums, Rattles, Fans, Leather Drum Bags and Belt Pouches
Wood, Bronze, Glass, Shell
Navajo & Zuni Silver Jewelry
Mike, his son Connor and son in-law Brett are Leland Valley Metal Works. We can cut metal up 1/2" thick in pretty much any design you can think of. We mainly use 14 ga. steel which is 2 mm thick. We can do metal cutting, sandblasting, and powder coating.
We use grinding to add depth and character to the artistic pieces we make. We also use metal dyes and chemicals to create interesting patinas in the metal which also adds texture. We also use torches to heat treat the metal and get additional effects that add to the piece.
FRANKIE’S Classic Clothing
JEWELRY, BAGS, COATS
MEN & WOMANS CLOTHING