Milkweed health & harmony emporium

Loss and Writing to Compassion

Poet and retired professor, Jane Olmsted, will read from and discuss her memoir, The Tree You Come Home To, Wednesday, November 9, at 5 p.m. in the Milkweed Event Room.
“The Tree You Come Home To is the story of one family’s struggle with mental illness and addiction and the chaos following the murder of the youngest son. The memoir alternates between the author’s journey to healing and her son’s own story; it also addresses his brothers’ journeys and the parenting challenges faced by the author and her husband.”

There There & Their Hopkinsville: Book Discussion

Join us for “There There and Their Hopkinsville” a book discussion hosted by the Hopkinsville Community College.
October 3rd, 2022 @ 5:00 PM
Location: Milkweed
The third discussion in the series will cover the historical context of the Native Americans from the Hopkinsville and Western Kentucky Region.
Cost: Free
Age appropriate: Yes

Downtown Stroll, Sip & Shop

We have our first Downtown Stroll, Sip & Shop event scheduled for next Thursday, June 9th from 4-7 PM.  It will be held along East 9th Street in front of Milkweed Health & Harmony Emporium, who is our co-sponsor.  It will also be expanding into Founders Square in conjunction with a Downtown Farmers Market evening event. The line-up for next Thursday’s event includes the following:
Live music provided by Melanie A. Davis & Fate McAfee
Belly Dancing Demonstrations
Free Caricature Drawings
Sidewalk Chalk
Food & Beverage Concessions
Adult beverages provided by Casey Jones Distillery, MB Roland Distillery & Hopkinsville Brewing Company
Evening Market with produce, hand-crafted items and home-baked goods
Kid’s Activities with an Agricultural-based theme
Cooking demonstration featuring in-season produce with complimentary samples provided.

Cayce Day

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County, Visit Hopkinsville, and Milkweed Health & Harmony Emporium will celebrate the work of psychic Edgar Cayce on Saturday, March 26, 2022. Join us downtown for a day full of FREE activities that center around Edgar Cayce’s roots in Christian County and the major impact he continues to make throughout the world.
Special guests Sidney and Nancy Kirkpatrick, Cayce biographers, and other celebrity Cayce scholars will join us virtually to share an in-depth video tour of Christian County sites connected to the Cayce story that had a profound effect on his work. The video will play in the Pennyroyal Area Museum all day. Stop in for a little or a long while to learn more from these experts.
There are so many opportunities to enjoy throughout the day! Tour the Pennyroyal Area Museum and our permanent exhibit dedicated to Edgar Cayce, grab a Cayce-inspired snack, and pick up books and health products in The Vault by Planters Bank shop in our lobby. Learn about healing stones and their effects at the Chakra Rock Bar sponsored by Visit Hopkinsville. Get a fairy garden kit (while supplies last) to create your very own fairy retreat at your home. Take the Edgar Cayce Cell Phone Tour to travel to local sites and learn more about his life in Hopkinsville. The tour concludes at his gravesite in Riverside Cemetery.
In addition to our all-day offerings, we will also have special programs throughout the day:
10am: Morning Setting Up Exercises
11am: Make-Your-Own Salve with Janet Bravard
12pm: Plant Healing Herbs with Christian County Master Gardeners
1pm: All About Cayce Downtown Walking Tour with Alissa Keller
2pm: Learn to play Pit, popular card game invented by Cayce, with Brett Pritchett
3:45pm: Guided Group Meditation at the Pennyroyal Area Museum
Our friends at Milkweed Health & Harmony Emporium will also offer tea tastings with a special Cayce blend, short Reiki sessions with Michelle Rodriguez Cook, and other healing experiences from 12pm until 6pm.
For more information, call the Museums at 270-887-4270.

Women on the Rise

Women on the rise.
A conversation with three women who are helping lift our community. Please join us at Milkweed on Thursday, March 24th at 5pm as we celebrate women’s history month with a panel of three exceptional women (Idalia Luna, Director, Human Relations Commission, Kate Russell, Brewmaster, owner Hopkinsville Brewing Company, Alissa Keller, Director, Pennyroyal Area Museum) who will share their experiences and their influences from women, both historical figures and personal acquaintances, who have helped shape and inform their success

Aura Photo Day at Milkweed Health & Harmony Emporium

In these changing times , how would you like to see yourself in an entirely fresh light? Julie Anna is bringing an Aura Photo day to you on Sept 16, 2020 from 10:30-5. Come and experience the phenomena of seeing your energetic signature in living color. It is as if a mirror is showing you your energy , your radiance and your personal essence.

This Aura Photo experience is $30.00 which includes a simple overview of the process, your personal scan printed out in color , a short discussion about your Chakra and Aura size shape and color , what that all means, an an emailed 23 page report explaining your scan generated from the software. You can expect all of this to take approximately 10 to 15 minutes.

Ghosts on the Page – at Milkweed health & harmony emporium

Everyone loves a good ghost story – what role does a ghost play in literary fiction and Our Town? Writing instructor Addison James will lead the discussion.