I took a bunch of photographs of people, merchandise, and food. It was a delightful event and the businesses, the bank, and the organizers went out of their way to make everyone feel welcome.
|This is a lovely display of skin care products that are sold at the Pink Martini in the Grand Island Plaza.|
|Diana owns the Pink Martini, a store that is full of products that heal and products that make people happy.|
|Jewelry display from the Pink Martini.|
|The Pink Martini offers many Grand Island products.|
|Seema's Boutique is located at the Island Ship Center. Seema Mojawalla makes a variety of soaps and lotions and other aromatic products. Using these products makes you feel very pampered.|
|Seema displays a very sweet-smelling soap.|
|Another aromatic product made by Seema!|
|Vienna Laurendi Haak runs a monthly support group for the families of kids with autism. She provided information on autism at her display, as well as information about the support group.|
|Nutrition is an important part of wellness. There was plenty of food available at the wellness fair. It was all quite delicious!|
|There were delicious vegetables and... um... stuff that's probably mostly good for your mental health.|
|This was exquisite and it was made by Seema!|
|Adrian's is a famous Grand Island establishment that serves ice cream and roast beef and other foods during the summer. They also make soups and other such yummy and appetizing foods.|
Celia Spacone is the former director of the Buffalo Psychiatric Center. She offered a wide variety of information on mental health issues and addiction.
|Vienna and Alice enjoy each other's company.|