If you have kids there’s a good chance that you – or they – have seen me perform at a library, school, fair, festival, or birthday party. I see thousands of kids each week, and in over 250 shows a year. It’s interesting when a high school student or young adult comes up after a show and says, “You came to my elementary school” or “I saw you at the library when I was growing up…”
These two videos are from my visit at the end of December to the Renton Highlands Library. Thanks to librarian Drew and the Friends of the Renton Libraries for making it possible! It was part of a busy triple-header as I also visited the Kenmore Library and Kingsgate Library (Kirkland) that day.
Did you know…
- The Pacific Coast Association of Magicians named me Best Children’s Magician at their annual convention… three consecutive years.
- The Olympian newspaper selected me as their Best Family Entertainer in their Best of South Sound Awards, the only time a magician has received this distinction.
- 2012 marks my twentieth year performing for libraries. It’s true; my first library shows were for the Lacey, Olympia, and Tumwater Timberland Libraries in the summer of 1992.
These programs aren’t just for the kiddos, either. My show has been called “sophisticated enough for adults, yet clean enough for kids.” Even teens who are normally “too cool” for magic will be fully engaged, guaranteed. Click a link to learn more about my magic shows for libraries, motivational school assembly programs, and birthday party magic shows. For adults, I offer magic shows for private parties and business events. Call me in Olympia at (360) 412-5064 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.