Due to the COVID, all of our youth and adult meetings have moved online.
Dream Drawer Workshop
Bring with you a magic trick from your discard drawer and let the group brainstorm a way to make it viable and entertaining. This meeting is always full of creative energy. Surely you have a discarded magic trick that you thought had potential when you bought it . . . but alas . . . hasn't worked out? Click HERE to download a poster for the meeting. In addition OMS member, Tom Neddo, will be presenting and teaching one of his proven routines from his performing repertoire.
Mind Reading Magic
Featuring the branch of magic that creates the illusion of mind reading, this evening features both performances and explanations of some classic effects in both mentalism and what would better be called mental magic. OMS member, Steve Nespor, will be sharing some ideas for the effective use of mind reading magic with children, and our own David Fox will be performing and teaching one of his mentalism routines. You can read more about David at: https://www.midwestmentalist.com
Given only a paper sack full of props and very little time to prepare two teams compete against each other and the vote of the audience to create the most entertaining and mystifying magic routine.
Welcome to our version of Wizard Wars.
An Online Magic Show?
If during this COVID-19 isolation, you were working with a magician to design a birthday magic show to perform online for a group of seven-year olds, what one trick from your current repertoire would you be sure to include???
Bring it to the online meeting to show us the trick you selected and tell us about why you selected it.
There will also be a surprise guest of honor (to be announced later).
We'll be meeting in our club's Virtual Magic Meeting Room from 7-8:30 PM.
Click HERE at the meeting time for entrance on your computer, smart phone or tablet (as long as it has wi-fi, a microphone and camera).
Do you have a routine you've been working on which you'd be willing to receive feedback from other club members? That's what this meeting's all about.
Your Short Shelf
Bring a book that definitely is on your magic "short shelf" of high influence in your magic life - speaking a little about it and/or performing a routine from it.
Dollar Store Magic
Take the challenge if you dare. Bring and present a magic routine using no more than $5 worth of items purchased from your local Dollar Store . . . or share with us a routine you'd perform if you only had sixty seconds to make an impact.
Copy Cats is what we call this meeting where three of our members perform the same trick - giving it their own spin and explaining why they decided to routine it the way they did. Then the group gets to give input on how to raise each routine to even another level.
Kansas City Visiting Magicians
In exchange for a group of our members who went to Kansas City earlier in 2020, they are sending a three-person team to perform and teach us at this meeting.
What seasonal magic do you enjoy performing for either your Halloween or Christmas shows? In this meeting, members share their favorite seasonal routines. In addition to other performances, Steve Nespor will be performing and teaching a bizarre magic trick that he has found particularly entertaining for his audiences at Halloween.
Annual Garage Sale
If ever there was an event that epitomizes the phrase "one man's junk is another man's treasure," this is it. Just because you couldn't figure out how to use the prop doesn't mean that another member might not turn it into a feature routine.
Presidential Recognition Dinner
Although we don't have a regular monthly meeting in December, OMS members who have volunteered time and/or financial resources receive invitations to a dinner at the Upstream in the Old Market to celebrate achievements in 2020 and receive the recognition they deserve.