High Tea with Psychic Medium at the Dennisville Inn

Historic Cold Spring Village invites you to a High Tea with veteran psychic medium, R. Scott Bitting, on Saturday, May 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. This event features sandwiches, scones, pastries and a wide selection of teas. Tickets to the event are $40 per person and can be purchased by calling (609) 898-2300 ext. 10. Advanced purchase is required as seating is limited.

Proceeds from this High Tea will benefit restoration projects at the Dennisville Inn needed to keep the inn a beautiful focal point of Historic Cold Spring Village. Readings will be done as spirits are revealed to Mr. Bitting. Not all spirits in the room will be addressed, but all guests will be participants and spectators as Mr. Bitting is interpreting from another realm.

Mr. Bitting was born and raised in Cape May, and is descended from the royal lines of the Plantagenets, Carolingians, Desposyni and Merovingians. He now focuses primarily on his private line and in-person readings.

Mr. Bitting has a certificate of completion in Psychic Awareness and Metaphysics from Rev. Gail Farace, IFC ICA, a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Trinity College and a Master’s Degree in Religion and a Doctor of Divinity Degree from the Universal Life Church. He completed a course in Motivational Meditation and was awarded a Doctor of Religious Sciences Degree. Mr. Bitting is a certified Counseling Techniques Specialist and has been a psychic and metaphysical counselor for over 35 years.

Historic Cold Spring Village is a non-profit, open-air living history museum that portrays the simple life of a rural South Jersey community in the Early American period. It features 27 restored historic structures on a 30-acre site. Tuesday through Sunday, from late June to early September, interpreters and artisans in period clothing preserve the trades, crafts and heritage of “the age of homespun.” Fun and educational activities for children are featured, with special events every weekend. The Village is located at 720 Route 9, three miles north of Victorian Cape May and a mile and a half west of the southern terminus of the Garden State Parkway.