Tonight is the last of a three part series of "Healing Arts @ the Center," a program offering free alternative health appointments and walk-ins to musicians and artists.
Participating practitioners at the event are Becca Begnaud, traiteur; Katherine Bennett, energy work; Kathy Richard, acupuncture; Bette Vidrine, therapeutic music; and Sandra White, integrated energy therapy.
Practitioners will be available from 4-8p.m. to work with artists and musicians. The event will be held at The Vault in the lower level of the Acadiana Center for the Arts, located at 101 W. Vermillion St. in downtown Lafayette. Appointments can be made ahead of time by calling Rachel at 739-3988, but walk-ins are welcome.
This event is sponsored by the Louisiana Cultural Economy Foundation, A Healing Arts Collective, and Rcnederveld.
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