Aunty Lynne's Food Truck
The Coyote Music Festival is proud to feature the Pacific Rim Cuisine of Aunty Lynne's Food Truck. Aunty Lynne offers cuisine from the melting pot of the Pacific. Take a journey with your taste buds with Aunty Lynne's food and beverages. With a fusion of food from around the Pacific rim, Aunty Lynne offers something for everyone. Their menu is designed to satisfy your hunger or thirst anytime of the season.
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Patti’s One of a Kind Purses & Accessories
Patti Clark-Sanchez has made one of a kind purses and accessories for 10 years. Her rustic fabric and leather purses are of the highest quality. All of her purses are unique. Patti uses recycled products and turns them into amazing handbags. She also embellishes purses and jewelry boxes enhancing them with broken jewelry, coral, turquoise, sliver beads etc. One of her more unusual creations are skull purses and skull banks. You’ll have to see it to believe it!
Patti’s One of a Kind Purses & Accessories can be found at Harney Street Artisans Market on Saturdays from 9 am - 4:30 pm.
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The Wellness Institute of America
The purpose of The Wellness Institute of America is to help as many people as possible return to optimum health and function so that each person can reach their own personal goals of helping others and leading a happy and productive life.
At The Wellness Institute of America we look at the whole person, the integrated individual, so that we can understand why your body’s coping ability may have been compromised. We aim to identify and address the specific causes (physical, environmental, or life stressors) that have led to a loss of function eventually resulting in your symptoms and health problems.
Our goal is to naturally remove any blood flow obstructions to the body and restore any imbalances that have developed. Botanical medicines and supplements are used to help provide the body with what is needed to accelerate repair and healing.
Website: The Wellness Institute of America
Contact:Erika Bruno | Erika@twioa.org