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Are your days getting a bit too mundane and humdrum?

Do you need a little epic adventure in your life?

Have no fear. The adventure is back in a little under two weeks, and Foresight will be a part of it.

The Annual Connecticut Renaissance Faire  is back, running for five amazing weekends on Sept 21, 22, 28, 29, Oct 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20  from 10:30- 6 at it’s new site  at 14 Stott Ave. in Norwich, Ct.

New home, new story. Prepare for the adventure and intrigue of the court of King Henry the VIII.

There’ll be music and laughter, damsels and knights, villains and fabulous beasts. There’ll  be feats of amazing skill and of derring do. There’ll be adventure and intrigue and romance and turkey legs.

And the psychics of Foresight, of course.

And, hopefully, there’ll be you.

There are lots of lovely experiences that will be there every weekend, but there are also different special events that only happen on one weekend or one day, so you’ll want to check the website for the festival to decide when you want to come. (There’s so many interesting options, you may need to come more than once…)

Is your inner hero curious? For more information on this year’s fall Connecticut Renaissance Faire, please click here.

Hope to see you two weekends from now  at the  Annual Connecticut Renaissance Faire 






For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, “The Lands That Lie Between” and “Manifesting Something Better”, all from Foresight Publications, click here

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 Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire

 Well, my fine lords and ladies, there have been two  wonderful weekends in the renaissance at the Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire


and there’s only one left for your delight. So you’d best get your medieval on and come this weekend if you want to party with the peasants or frolic with the Fae.

There’s too many good things at this faire to list on this blog, so lets just sample a few. Performers like Daniel Greenwolf, Katie Kat, Tribal de Luna and Crime and Punishment. Children’s games. Faire food and drink. Shopping amongst an assortment of vendors, many offering items you won’t find anywhere else.

And the psychics of Foresight, of course….

And there’s not just scheduled events at a faire. You never know what might happen. For instance, last weekend, Blackmoors Knight showed up and played (and that is something special indeed…)

A Renaissance faire is a full day of immersive theatre and entertainment for one admission. And, for a small additional fee ( $5 w/ your day pass or $10 if you just come for the evening), you can stay for the evening fire show, this week featuring Daniel Greenwolf, Hvbris, Wyck, Jacques ze Whipper and Paolo Garbanzo. This is an amazing collection of talent all in one place at one time for you.

So leave the TV behind, swash your buckles and lace your bodice and come on out to Warsaw Park in Ansonia, CT  for a day of live entertainment where you can be part of the story.

You’ll be glad you did…









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This just in! :)….

In addition to Midsummer Fantasy renaissance faire’s full day of enchanted activities, the faire will be offering special nighttime shows on the Saturday nights of the faire.

We’ve been waiting with bated breath to hear what the shows will be, and information on the first Saturday night extravaganza is out. This Saturday night (6/18/11) will be the Saturday Improv Fire Show of Kookiness, starring Jaques the Whipper, Daniel GreenWolf, Wyck, and George Bogorad.

Information on the other two shows is still a mystery, and we’ll let you know it when we get it.

If this sounds like your kind of excitement, tickets are on sale online or at the gate for $10 for just the evening show, or $5 with day admission.

And we hope that you’ll come and light up the night with us at the Midsummer Fantasy renaissance faire at Warsaw Park in Ansonia, CT…






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Well, it’s a little over a week to the opening of the Robin Hood Springtime festival in Guilford, Ct.

And we want to see you there.

Besides all of the outlaws and jousting and general medieval carrying-on, this first weekend is Easter weekend, so there’ll be an Easter egg hunt on both days of the weekend;

Celebrity guest Chase Masterson of Robin Hood – Men in Tights and Star Trek- Deep Space Nine will be there for a Q & A and autograph session;

Kids 12 and under get in free on Sunday:

And, of course, there’s the psychics of Foresight.

That’s a lot of good times for one basic admission – but don’t just listen to me. Check it out here

And, if you can’t make it this coming weekend, there are four excellant weekends to follow (indeed, since there are different events on every weekend, you may want to see more than one….)

We’ll see you at the faire.






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Milords and miladies, it’s time once again to get your medieval on!

It’s less than a month until we pack our wain, adjust our “Huzzahs!”  to a jaunty angle, and wend our way once more to the Robin Hood Springtime Festival . Five glorious weekends of medieval goodness from 11- 7 in Guilford, Ct., starting on April 23, 2011.

There’ll be

  • great adventures
  • hair-breadth escapes;
  • amazing entertainment;
  • bring your pet weekend;
  • epic shopping;
  • vows renewals with Friar Tuck;
  • celebrity guests;
  • wine, beer and mead;
  • trained rats and fleas;
  • educational demonstrations;
  • the Eastern Regional Bellydance championship;
  • Robin Hood and his merry men;

And the psychics of Foresight, of course. With tarot, palmistry, I Ching, intuition and dowsing for all of your psychic needs.

Plus lots of other amazing things that I don’t have room to list here. You’ll just have to come to the faire and see for yourself.

So, buckle your swash and grab your longbow, and make plans to have some truly epic fun with Foresight at the Robin Hood Springtime Festival.

See you there






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Get ready, folks!

 This week, we have the labor and joy of Thanksgiving, and immediately afterwards, we’ll be diving head first into the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Be it Christmas, Yule, Hanukkah, the Winter Solstice or some other fine holiday that you and yours celebrate, the odds are that you are going to be busy ( unless you have a personal assistant that does the whole thing for you – and where’s the fun in that?…)

There’ll be meals to plan and cook, goodies to make, expeditions to stage, presents to be bought and loved ones to be cherished – and that’s only a starter list.

And while you’re bustling around, nurturing others, it’s a good idea to nurture yourself as well.

One idea? On Dec. 11, I’ll be holding my class on “a Taste of Tibet” from 2 -4 at Talisman in Monroe, Ct. And you can be part of it.

Sound and energy are perfect partners. In this class, I’ll present an overview of some traditional Tibetan ceremonial instruments (singing bowls, gantas or singing bells, and tingshas) and show you some interesting and practical ways to use them for energy work. If we have time, we’ll also play the instruments as a group. (If you have any of the above instruments, please bring them.)

The sounds of these instruments are soothing. My body feels better when I listen to or play a ganta or bowl. And if you’re coming down off some marathon shopping or jingling those bells, jingling these bells will help you find your center again and give you a better head space for tuning into the meaning of the season.

Plus it’s fun. So if you’re ready for fun, please come…

Interested? Then call the nice folks at Talisman at 203 -261-0047 to sign up

Jingle all the way…






Come prepared to learn something new and to have fun.

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