We encourage you  and your  child to visit all of the following opportunities to decide which might be the best fit for you and your schedule.  Of course you just may decide to attend classes every week .  


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Every Monday evening

Society Of Young Magicians

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Under the sponsorship of the Society of Young Magician's national program, these classes meet on the first and third Monday evenings of the month from 5:30 - 6:45 PM at the Southwest Church Of Christ.


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Discover Magic™

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Under the sponsorship of the Omaha Magical Society and built on a four-year curriculum, these classes meet on the second and fourth Monday evenings of each month from 5:30 - 6:45 PM at the Southwest Church Of Christ.


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Family Magic Nights

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Whenever there's a fifth Monday in the month, families are invited to come together at the Southwest Church of Christ  from 5:30-6:45 PM to learn and practice magic tricks together.

Magic is one of the few activities where both children and adults can equally enjoy the experience - growing closer together at the same time.

And it's FREE!


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Our On-Site After School Magic Classes

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We offer at no charge four after school one hour magic classes for 6 students at a time for grades 2-6.  We ask that there is not a large age disparity between the students in any given class.

Each class comes with all needed props and online video instructions as an after class reminder for the students and their parents.


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Stage Magic Summer Day Camp

For students in grades 7-9, here's a chance to construct the larger magic illusions, routine, rehearse, and  present the show in only one week..

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An Additional Resource for teachers

Catalog Of Magic

$20.00
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This collection of 35 easy-to-learn magic tricks for both teachers and after-school leaders have the activities organized both for grade appropriateness and the particular development skill(s) addressed in the learning of the trick.