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Bring the whole family out to the Breman for an afternoon of interactive magical fun! Enjoy street magicians, concessions, and even learn some magic you can do at home. Stick around -- a group of magicians will be attempting a spectacular record-setting simultaneous escape. Even better -- you can participate with props you can purchase on site!

Members - Free
Non-Members - Cost of admission

Activities Include:

  • Chalk on Sidewalk
  • 5 Magicians/Buskers
  • Face Painting
  • Balloon Animals
  • Coloring Station
  • Learning Magic Station
  • Table Magic
  • (2) 15-20 Minute Shows on Stage
  • Raffle

Partners: Center for Puppetry Arts, PJ Library, Shinshinim, Magic Clubs, JumpSpark



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