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Field Trip Friday: A Magic Class at The Breman

Field Trip Friday (May 1) 11 AM: A Magic Class at The Breman

 

Learn Magic!

It's #FieldTripFriday and #Atlmuseumsathome. Joe M. Turner is back with another Magic Class at The Breman. Join us as we learn how to do 5 new magic tricks that can be done with every day household objects. Enjoy with your family and friends on Friday morning and try out the tricks at home.

The video will go live here, and on our social media channels at 11AM on Friday.

Visit on our partners for more Field Trip Friday Content - Fernbank Museum, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Georgia Aquarium, College Football Hall of Fame,Children's Museum of Atlanta, Zoo Atlanta, High Museum of Art, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and Michael C. Carlos Museum.

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