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Bring Your Own Teacup: Friends of Somerville Public Library Host “Tea with the Spirits”

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Psychic Lorraine Moore
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SOMERVILLE, NJ - The Friends of Somerville Public Library will host “Tea with the Spirits” featuring medium Lorraine Moore on Saturday, Sept. 16 from 2-4 p.m. PM-4PM in the Community Room of St. John’s Episcopal Church, 158 W. High St.

Tea and refreshments will be served.  Guests are asked to BYOT – Bring Your Own Teacup.

Like her grandmother, Moore is a natural intuitive and likens her ability to communicate with the spirits to a radio.  She is able to “tune in to the frequencies” of spirits and transmit messages, according to Roberta Karpinecz, a member of the sponsoring group. The medium  Lorraine has the ability to communicate with deceased family, friends, acquaintances, loved ones, and even pets.  Moore will discuss her “spirit connections” and answer questions.

Tickets for “Tea with the Spirits” are $25 and $15 for students and those age 70 and older.  Register at splteaparty@gmail.com or call 908-526-7305.

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