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Posted: August 13, 2014

Get an intuitive reading with your 3-course dinner at Clay Hill Farm

Written by: Shannon Bryan - mainetoday.com editor - sbryan@mainetoday.com
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Sometimes a table for two can turn into a table for three…or four…or five when unexpected guests show up. And by “guests” we mean spirits.

Beginning Monday, August 18, Clay Hill Farm in Cape Neddick is bringing back New Age Night, an evening of food and intuitive readings. For $40 per person, you’ll get a three-course meal and personal reading with Ruth Kramer. Ruth describes herself as, “an intuitive bodyworker and healer, medium, clairvoyant, spiritual life, love and business guide for over 20 years.”

Guests can choose psychometry (reading the vibrations of objects), Feng Shui (the art of using objects in your home to improve your life), or card readings as the medium to receive a personal guided message, according to the press release.

The dinners will take place in the private Veranda Room and guests will be seated family style.

Who else will be there? There’s no telling.

For more information: clayhillfarm.com or call 207-361-2272

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