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Norden the Magician performing in InvermerePosted: July 10, 2012
Strange…but true…or is it magic? Actually it’s conjuring and Norden the Magician is one of the best. And he is coming to your public library.
On Thursday, July 19 at 10 a.m., Norden will be performing at Christ Church Trinity in Invermere. This free event is part of a Boundary/Kootenay Summer Reading Club Tour sponsored by the Invermere Public Library and the Kootenay Library Federation.
Norden has a long track record of entertaining, encouraging self-esteem and the importance of reading for children. He runs an anti-bullying program in Vancouver area schools and a literacy program at libraries, which he incorporates magic into.
Last July the Canadian Association of Magicians awarded Norden Children’s Magician of the Year for 2011. He has also won awards from the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians and the Vancouver Magic Circle.
Every summer he takes his “library” show on the road, this year he will be performing at 72 libraries across the province. Magic and comedy, the perfect way to celebrate the province-wide Summer Reading Club’s theme, ‘Strange…but true.’
Put a little magic into your child’s life; take them to see Norden the Magician. For more information about Norden’s Show or the Summer Reading Club, phone your library at 250-342-6416 or visit their website at invermere.bclibrary.ca.
SubmittedTags: Boundary/Kootenay Summer Reading Club TourCanadian Association of MagiciansChrist Church TrinityInvermere Public LibraryKootenay Library FederationNorden the Magician
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