A whole lot of Goddess goodness in Harwich Labor Day Weekend

1st annual Cape Cod Goddess Festival gathers artists, dancers and vendors on the Mid Cape

All photos by Cheryl Kain

Jenny Wood in Goddess garb at the 1st annual Cape Cod Goddess Festival. Photo by Cheryl Kain. The 1st annual Cape Cod Goddess Festival was held Labor Day Weekend at the HJT Arts Center in Harwich.  The festival gathered creative people from all walks of life--artists, dancers, drummers, jewelry makers, musicians, henna tattoo artists and more. 

Many local vendors include Pandora's Garden, Banshii, Shift and Late July were there peddling their wares.

Daniel Oullette and the Shobijin performed live and artists including Ned Sonntag and Richard Williams were on hand.

The festival was co-produced by Pandora Peoples and Nadia Schuessler.

The first of its kind on the Cape, it was a kid-friendly celebration of the arts and mysticism.

Read Cheryl Kain's story about Pandora and the festival here.

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