In addition to great international food, dancing and music, The Palm Reading Lady will also be on 'hand' at this year's Culture Fest at the Stanley Theater April 26th.

You have to be cornered before you come out fighting and if somebody is going to make you mad, they should know how to run

Joan Kimball stopped by the TownSquare studios to read my palm and she's good!  She knew I was married more than once, had only one child, will come into money and I 'have to be cornered before you come out fighting and if somebody is going to make you mad, they should know how to run.' Anyone who knows me, knows she's spot on!

Find out how accurate The Palm Reading Lady is yourself at Culture Fest April 26th at the Stanley Theater 12pm - 4pm where you can also sample food from several restaurants. Tickets are $10 in advance; $15 at the door; $5 kids 11-18; Kids 10 and under are free. Your $10 sampling cards for Culture Fest are available here.

You can also make an appointment with Joan Kimball The Palm Reading Lady on Facebook. Call her at 315-404-7493 or email reflextioncardreader@hotmail.com.

Entertainment from around the world!

Ritmo Caribeno – Mohawk Valley Latino Association, music and Dance
Adi Shakti – Belly Dancing
Baptist Tabernacle Church-Youth Dancers (Karen Dancers -agricultural dance and bamboo dance)
Bhutanese-Nepali Folk Collective
Bhutanese-Nepali guest dancer Nima Tamang

Participating Restaurants

Café Crete – Mediterranean
The Lotus Garden – Asian Fusion
Mother Marianne’s West Side Kitchen
Yaosen  — Japanese Cuisine (located on Auburn Ave in Utica)
more to come.