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Psychic Fun and Feast, Eldridge Hotel

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Event# 785-851-0856

Event Details

Guests will sit down to a scrumptious meal and enjoy interesting conversation with Ghost Tours of Kansas Staff and well known psychic Jo Flowers. Entertainment for the evening includes a presentation from Jo, History and Ghost Stories of the Eldridge. The highlight for the evening is a personalized psychic reading from Jo Flowers. Jo Flowers is a Topeka Native and is host of her own radio show, Visions and television show in Wichita Kansas. Jo is co-owner of the business, 3-Flower's Metaphysical Treasures. Time frame of this event varies depending on number of people who sign up. No more than 20 people will be accepted so get your tickets early. Tickets for this event are 65.00 per Person. Price includes, meal, tip, beverages, presentations and psychic reading.

Saturday, March 29th 6PM Eldridge Hotel
Ghost Tours of Kansas
785-851-0856
info@ghosttoursofkansas.com
785-851-0856

Psychic Fun and Feast, Eldridge Hotel

Address : Eldridge Hotel, 7th and Mass Lawrence, Ks Lawrence KS
Phone : 785-851-0856   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : 65.00pp

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