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'Messages from Loved Ones in Spirit' - Fri. Nov. 1
Published on Tue, Oct 29, 2013 (10:36 a.m.)FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (LAS VEGAS): “Messages from Loved Ones in Spirit,” a Gallery-Style Evening of Mediumship Connecting Loved Ones Here and in the Hereafter, with Dr. Rom Weber from New York City. Date: November 1, 2013; Time: 7pm, Venue: Family Music Center Theater, 8125 West Sahara, Las Vegas, NV 89117. Tickets: $30 at the door. A Benefit for the Community Spiritual Center of Las Vegas. For more info see www.CommunitySpiritualCenter.org.
About Dr. Rom: Dr. Rom Weber is an international psychic medium now in her eighteenth year of public work, following an original academic training as a sex therapist. In the metaphysical world, Dr. Rom is well-known for her spot-on evidential mediumship, cultivated by her attention to detail and her passion for connecting loved ones. Warm, compassionate, and down-to-earth, Dr. Rom’s mediumship was acclaimed by the NJ Herald as having “stunning clarity and accuracy.” Based in the New York Metropolitan Area, Dr. Rom has also appeared on television and radio, and she’s worked with clients from all over the US, the UK, India, Canada, Russia, Brazil, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, China, Japan, New Zealand, and the Philippines. She is trained in both American and British styles of mediumship, and regularly demonstrates gallery-style mediumship to audiences across the US. Dr. Rom also teaches intuitive and mediumship development classes, and has served many congregations including the Lily Dale Spiritualist Assembly, Fellowships of the Spirit, Universal Unity of Spirit, and Erie Christian Spiritualist Church. She can be found via her website at www.CommunicationsInSpirit.com, on FaceBook at Dr. Rom Weber, Spiritual Medium, and on Twitter @DrRomWeber.
For entertainment purposes only. Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. A ticket does not guarantee a personal reading. Limited seating available; tickets sold on a first-come, first-serve basis; arrive promptly; prior events have sold out.
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