ATTENTION: The 2016 Premium Book is now available. Get it online Here or at the Chesaning, St Charles or Hemlock Libraries.

Gypsy Goddess Summer Festival!

What is Gypsy Goddess Summer Festival?

Gypsy Goddess Fest is a celebration of like-minded, peace-advocating people coming together in the common purpose of unity, wellness and enlightenment.

When? Where?

Saturday June 4th 11-6pm and Sunday 5th 12-5pm
at the Saginaw County Fairgrounds in Chesaning, Michigan.
This is an Inside Event with some outside activities.

How much?

$10.00 admission at the door or get a 2 day pass for $15! (per person)
PLEASE NOTE...There will be no charge for children 2 and under if they are contained in a stroller or wrap. There isn't any activities for children. If you still choose to bring your children they must stay with parent and pay $10 admission.***


Located in the Saginaw County Fairgrounds exhibit hall.

Over 120 vendors! Psychics, Holistic Services, Organics & Shopping Galore! Food trucks. Dancers & Live Music!

FREE workshops & seminars are a variety of topics. Please see the workshop schedule below.

FREE Yoga & meditations.

FREE Drumming circle 8-9pm. Open Play.

Spirit Circle Saturday night 6:30-7:30pm. $25/seat. space is limited. . Seats will not be saved after May1st without payment. Get your tickets here...

Readings and Services begin at only $1 per minute!
$10.00 admission or get a 2 day pass for $15!
No admission discounts for children. $10 per head in the door. No exceptions. No Alcohol Allowed.

Overnight camping is available as well. Just call the fairgrounds office at (989)845-2143 to reserve your site. $25/night. includes electricity and showers. [SOLD OUT]
Camping is also available at Showboat Park. Call (989) 845-3800 for reservations.

Door prizes to the first 25 in the door each day!!
Food includes, Fresh juice and smoothie bar, gourmet grilled cheese, philly cheese steak, cuban sandwiches, pulled pork sandwich, hot dogs, polish sausage, nachos, giant pretzels, popcorn, slushies and more!

Schedule of Events

Main Stage Entertainment Schedule

12pm. Music by Zachary James Music
1pm. Zingara Music and Dance
2pm. Native American Flutes with David Martinka
3pm. Fiend Fyre Charmers
4pm. Gallery reading with Psychic Ted Jauw
5pm. The Bandura Gypsies
Spirit Circle 6:30-7:30pm
Drumming Circle 8pm.

12pm. Native American Flutes with David Martinka
1pm. Zingara Music and Dance
2pm. Zachary James Music
3pm. Fiend Fyre Charmers
4pm. The Bandura Gypsies
**subject to change**

Class and workshop schedule! • All FREE!!!

12:30p. Essencial Oils 101, Aromatherapy & Reflexology with The Oily Palmist
1:30pm. Soul Collage with SoulCollage with Lisa Wells
2:30pm. Angel Numbers with Johanna Figueras
3:30pm. SoulArcheology with Nicole Fisher Draft
4:30pm. Emotional Intelligence with Tara Moreno

12:30pm. Past Lives, what is your soul calling for with Celtic Readings By Barb
1:30pm. Palmistry 101 with Readings by Chantelle
2:30pm. Essential Oils 101 with The Oily Palmist.
3:30pm. Unleashing your Inner Goddess with Celtic Readings By Barb
*More detailed description of each class will be available at the event.
**subject to change**

FREE Yoga & Meditation Schedule-Yoga/meditation tent is located outside.

11:30am, 1pm., 3:30pm, 5pm.
12:30pm, 2:30pm & 4:30pm.

FREE Meditation

12:15pm, 2pm, 4:15pm
1:15pm & 3:30pm.
**subject to change**

Gypsy Goddess Summer Festival is presented to you by Lisa Trzil owner at Gypsy Mama's Tarot & Psychic Fairs got questions? please send email to Lisa ...

Horsing Around

On March 5, 2016 the Saginaw County Fair Horse Department hosted our first Gypsy Flea Meets Cowboy Couture Tack Sale and Education Day. ZCI Feed Sales of Chesaning Sponsored the Advertising on 98 FM WKQZ. Over 75 vendors were present and 1083 paid admissions were accepted.

There were equestrian clinics on topics such as Equine Dentistry, Massage and even Terri Robertson, a world champion barrel racer, was on site. Terri encouraged the youth to keep on practicing and to never give up on their dreams of winning. All of the clinicians were incredibly encouraging to all the 4-H and Equestrian Team kids about their passion for horses.

Raffles and drawings were a big hit for all attendees and even the vendors tried their luck! A huge Thank You to all of the raffle prize sponsors and Congratulations to all who won!

The Horse Department welcomed not only the New Superintendent, Patti Copes this year, but a wonderful new committee as well. The Committee is comprised of Assistant Superintendent - Brian Mitchell, Secretary - Valerie Newton, Janet Papst, Dean Boivin, Shannon Meyer, Stacy Newbold, Leticia Birchmeier, Rachel Wirostek, and Jim Askins. Volunteers are always welcomed! People are needed for shows and building/ arena/ grounds maintenance, also to just be part of our fun committee!

The Horse Department has also built a new arena, replaced the fencing with a beautiful PVC RAMM fence, and will build a 100' x 80' warm up arena across from the existing arena this spring. We have also moved the announcer's booth to the west side of the arena for better visibility and will welcome a beautiful landscape with handy work done by Mr. Zach Chludil of Rootnote Landscape of Chesaning. Rental of the arena and stalls is available by calling the office at 989-845-2143.

The Horse Department welcomes you to come and play in our sandbox on May 14. We will host our first “Warm and Fuzzy” Show starting at 8:00 am. You can find the show bill and more information on Facebook at

Michigan Homemaker

The Saginaw County Fair is honored to announce that they will be sponsoring the State of Michigan Homemaker competition in 2016 and 2017 during the county fair. Plans are being made to make this an event not to be missed!

Eligible candidates are those who won a county homemaker title last year at their county fair. Contestants will be asked to provide a tri-fold board that will give the judges a clear view of where they come from and what is so awesome about their county. Contestants will also go through an interview process where they will be asked questions regarding different areas of their life, such as community involvement, interests and what their definition of a homemaker is and how they would represent the state of Michigan with a state homemaker title. The Saginaw County Fair is very excited to be a part of a historical award that has been bestowed on so many wonderful participants in the state, originally at the Michigan State Fair and currently organized by different fairs all over the state of Michigan.

Applications are available here and in the fair office. Those individuals who would like to contribute their time and talents to this event or to be a sponsor should contact the event coordinator, Michelle Kettler at 989-661-7863. Good luck to all those who plan to participate in this prestigious event.