2021 Locations & events

Come see me In Central Indiana!

Retail Locations

  • Gaia Herbals & Holistic Store

          207 W State St., Pendleton IN

2021 Shows & Events


Ft Ben Farmer's Market


​9230 Memorial Park Dr. Lawrence, IN

(Civic Plaza)
Thursdays, 4pm - 7pm

Irvington Farmer's Market

Second Sundays, each month

Ellenberger Park

Noon - 3pm


Due to the continually changing status of public safety during the novel coronavirus outbreak in Indiana (and a third wave of recurrence from the Delta variant), many event organizers of Fall 2021 festivals are favoring outdoor venues for their events.  For the continued safety of my family, I am reducing my number of events to limit exposure to pathogens. The following list is the events that I will be participating in this year in addition to Farmer's Market, health conditions permitting.  You are welcome to order my products online, or arrange for a porch pickup if you live in Indianapolis!  Just use the Shop Online tab or Contact Us link.

St Joan of Arc French Market

Saturday, September 11

St Joan of Arc Church/School parking lot

4217 Central Ave, Indpls 46205

Noon - 10pm (Outdoors)

Rocky Ripple Art Festival

Saturday, September 25

Hohlt Park

840 W 53rd St, Indpls 46208

10am - 6pm (Outdoors)

Christmas in October Festival

Saturday, October 9

Fishers High School

13000 Promise Rd, Fishers, 46308

9am - 4pm (Indoors)

As always, I continue encouraging the following safety precautions as you visit local businesses and vendors:

  • Wear a face mask that covers your nose and mouth in indoor and crowded spaces, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Wash hands for 20 seconds with soap and water after touching things in public spaces, or after coughing, sneezing, touching your face, or using the restroom
  • Maintain proper social distancing (minimum 6 ft) between yourself and other people in public spaces
  • Respect and abide by the rules of individual booth vendors, which may differ from State, Municipal, County, or Federal guidance. 
  • Extend grace, courtesy, and respect toward vendors and fellow shoppers during this difficult time.  People may feel frustrated, confused, and/or uncomfortable at the many changes that are occurring, which can result in short tempers and emotional outbursts.  Practicing kindness, patience, and empathy goes a long way in maintaining the fabric of our communities, and is something we can ALL do to make this situation easier to bear.  Thank you for your cooperation!