For Immediate Release: March 31, 2008

Psychic Jeffrey Wands Returns to the Patchogue Theatre

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 Annual event to benefit Patchogue – Medford PTA Council Cultural Arts Programs

The Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts is pleased to welcome back renowned psychic Jeffrey Wands, conducting psychic readings in the audience in a benefit for the Patchogue Medford PTA  Council to support cultural arts programs for students in the Patchogue-Medford School District.
 
BIOGRAPHY OF JEFFREY WANDS – While watching T.V. at the tender age of 6, Jeffrey’s great grandmother, Mary, appeared in front of him and spoke.  What made this incident unusual is that Mary had been dead for over 23 years.  This incident was Jeffrey’s first psychic experience and was the beginning of his life work as a psychic.  Other psychic experiences followed that were both visual and audio.  He not only could communicate with the dead but he could also predict events and information about people. He did not label his ability but he knew it was different.  In fact, he repressed his ability in fear that his peers would think him a freak. He wasn’t always successful in hiding his ability.  Occasionally, he would blurt out indiscriminate information such as baseball game scores or health information for his friends and family.  He never revealed too much information so people wouldn’t get suspicious. However, his predictions were so accurate that people took notice.

While in college at St. Johns University, Jeffrey originally wanted to be a lawyer but became disillusioned with the profession and changed his major to hospital administration. By working in the healthcare field he felt he could help people which he felt was his destiny.  Then one day while sitting in the school cafeteria, he was approached by a shy girl who heard he was a psychic.  She asked him for help with an abusive relationship and was extremely impressed by his foresight. The word then spread throughout the school and beyond.  He was now doing readings on and off campus.  He tried to resist becoming a “professional psychic” but he realized he had to follow the path set before him.  Upon graduation he decided to pursue his life work as a psychic

In 1988 he married Dawn, a cardiothoracic nurse & real estate agent. Jeffrey and Dawn have two sons, Christopher and Robert. When his first son was born he almost gave up his career as a psychic in fear that it would embarrass his children.  Another psychic put things into perspective for him and explained that this was a “calling” not a choice. 

Jeffrey Wands has hosted his own radio show in New York for many years.  Currently, his show, Psychic Sundays, can be heard on 97.5 WALK FM and is also accessible on the internet through www.walkradio.com.  He has also made many television appearances, most recently on A&E’s Mediums: We See Dead People, Maury and the Today show.  Jeffrey’s personal appearances sell out quickly and he has thousands of clients who wait for up to a year for an appointment.  Jeffrey has come to understand that everyone has some psychic ability within them. These hidden abilities, within us, can enrich our lives and the lives of others.  In his first book, The Psychic in You, published by Simon & Schuster, he would like you to embark on this journey and help you to release the Psychic in you.  Jeffrey’s newly released, second book, Another Door Opens, also published by Simon & Schuster, is filled with inspiring and unforgettable true stories. Even the most skeptical reader will be shown how to open doors in their own lives, as well as how to keep communication open with departed loved ones.
 
For a complete listing of the upcoming shows at the Patchogue Theatre, please visit www.patchoguetheatre.com

PSYCHIC JEFFREY WANDS RETURNS TO THE PATCHOGUE THEATRE
Monday, April 21 at 7:00 pm
An Evening with Psychic Jeffrey Wands
Presented by Patchogue-Medford PTA Council
Doors open at 6 p.m.

The Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts is pleased to welcome back renowned psychic Jeffrey Wands, conducting psychic readings in the audience in a benefit for the Patchogue Medford PTA  Council to support cultural arts programs for students in the Patchogue-Medford School District.

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TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE
Tickets $35.00 available at the box office, by phone or online
Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 East Main Street,  Patchogue
631.207.1313   
www.PatchogueTheatre.com

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