The Journal Register (Medina, NY)

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October 25, 2013

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Medina Journal-Register — ‘Golden’ show at Medina Theatre

Renowned psychic Bernice Golden is being hosted at the Medina Theatre at 7 p.m. Saturday night.

Her show, “The Golden Experience,” is making its second appearance in Medina after a successful debut last month when more than 200 people attended.

The monthly show marks Golden’s return to the stage, as she had not done readings for large crowds in about a decade. 

An interactive experience, the first hour of the show is set up like a late-night talk show. Those who wish to go on stage fill out a sheet upon entering the theatre, and their names are then randomly drawn for them to go on stage. About a dozen people went up on stage last month.

After a brief break, the second hour of the show involves the hostess patrolling the crowd with a microphone for audience members to ask Golden questions.

Golden has been a recognized professional psychic for 50 years and has 25,000 readings to her credit, including some for those in Hollywood.

The show costs $25, with tickets available at www.medinatheatre.com or at the door.

At 9 p.m., the Medina Theatre will then host a Halloween Party.

Haunted History in Albion

The Albion Main Street Alliance and Pratt Arts Center are hosting “Haunted History: Downtown Albion by Candlelight” from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday.

The walking tour will leave from 120 North Main Street every 15 minutes and include local tales of dastardly deeds and miserable misfortunes. New stories and old favorites will be recounted by ghostly guides.

The haunted walk costs $5 per person and includes treats and hot apple cider. There is also a raffle tree. 

Reservations are required. Call 589-2502 or email albionmainstreet@gmail.com for more information.

Church hosting food packing

Albion’s First Presbyterian Church is hosting a food packing event on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The efforts are part of the nationwide “Stop Hunger Now” campaign, which aims to end hunger across the globe.

The public is invited to attend.

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