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Gift of Light Expo



  • 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. both days


  • $15

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Parking at the Expo Center is $7 for a one-time entry. This price may vary for special events, including but not limited to the All American Quarter Horse Congress, Equine Affaire, Goodguys Rod Custom Car Show, Arnold Sports Festival and concerts. Parking rates subject to change.

Save time and money! Pay Cash (exact change) and get in for $14
Psychics, Crystals, Astrology, Healing Modalities and Free Seminars with your admission price. Admission is $15 per person per day. You will receive ALL classes free with this price.

The seminars offered at this event are normally worth between $50 and $150 each. So take advantage of this opportunity and become enlightened!


All event dates, times and prices are subject to change without notice by the Ohio Expo Center. The event sites linked to by the Ohio Expo Center are developed by people over whom the Ohio Expo Center exercises no control. These private pages may contain information that some people may find objectionable, inappropriate, or offensive. The Ohio Expo Center is not responsible for unintended or objectionable content and assumes no responsibility for the content of any site linked to from our website.

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and other communicable diseases exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. Guests should only visit the Ohio Expo Center & State Fair after evaluating their own health risks. Your entry onto the Ohio Expo Center & State Fair property constitutes your understanding of these risks, and you voluntarily assume such risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and any other communicable diseases. The Ohio Expositions Commission cannot be held liable if you contract COVID-19 or other communicable diseases. Help protect yourself by following safety protocols, and state and local public health mandates.

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