onnewald Natural Foods, located on the 60-acre, chemical-free Sonnewald Farm, in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, is much more than a health food store. The business, which began in 1955 with a flour mill purchased by Harold “Tim” Lefever for his wife, Grace, is today a community health and sustainability hub.
In 2005, Michelle Wohlfarth, a holistic health educator and certiﬁed integrative nutrition coach, created The Healthy Living Kitchen, in Hummelstown, to follow her passion for cooking wholesome food, caring for the Earth and keeping all things in their natural order.
April Fools’ Day is a day for pranks and practical jokes, but always in lighthearted fun. It’s also the day for the fourth annual Dauphin County Women’s Expo, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., April 1, at the Hershey Lodge.
Mending Roots offers a variety of services including massage, nutrition, yoga, classes, workshops and an artisan boutique where clients are supported and encouraged throughout their journey of self-exploration.
Those that join by March 15 receive an early bird discount of 5 percent on weekly delivery of fresh, local, 100% USDA Certified Organic produce delivered to a convenient pick-up location in Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lebanon and Perry counties.
Esther Crawford, “Esther Queen of Oils”, a wellness advocate with dōTERRA Essential Oils, is conducting informative workshops on the second Monday and fourth Thursday of each month at Shiremanstown United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall.
“The Susquehanna Greenway Photo Contest is an exciting opportunity for individuals, no matter their skills level, to participate in documenting the Susquehanna, its towns, its landscapes and its people,”