Turn your palms up
WANT to find out what your palms say about you?
Then head to the Proserpine Entertainment Centre this weeked and visit local palmist Linda "Virgo".
"Ms Virgo" will bring her gift of palm reading to the ESA's 20th Annual Arts and Craft Fair on Friday and Saturday and she's looking forward to meeting some new faces.
Run by local charity group, Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA), "Ms Virgo" didn't have to think twice about the expo before jumping on board.
"They're the most amazing group of positive women," she said.
"And I want to give a little bit back to them."
Reading palms since she was 17, "Ms Virgo" said she brought positivity to her sessions.
"I concentrate on people and I bring out the best in people," she said.
"I believe you make your own destiny because you're the one who makes good or bad choices."
Not only will "Ms Virgo" read palms, but she will also read tarot cards in her cosy little teepee.
Clients from around Australia and the world have even sent their palm prints for her to read.
Now at 70 years old, "Ms Virgo" has retired but continues to read palms locally and for fundraising events.
Bookings must be made and paid for at the door and all proceeds will be donated in full to ESA.
- What: Arts and Craft Fair, palm and tarot card readings
- Where: Proserpine Entertainment Centre
- When: Friday, July 15, Saturday, July 16
- Cost: Palm reading $10, tarot card reading $10