Mike Norden

Mixing magic and puppets

The Fraser Valley Magic Circle is presenting a special, spring break show on March 16.

The Fraser Valley Magic Circle, now in its third year of operation, has a new show coming up on March 16.

For spring break, the club has created a performance for its kids series called Puppetpalooza and admission is free for kids 12 and under (adult tickets are $10).

There will be five acts and all will feature puppets and some ventriloquism.

Mike Norden, the club’s president said the show has a “perfect blend for family entertainment.

“We make sure the adults are having a fantastic time while also boggling the kids minds and tickling their funny bone.”

More information is available at FVMC.ca.

Tickets can be bought on the website, at the door, or in person at Abstract Glass in Mission.

The show takes place at the  50-seat Opening Nite Theatre on Railway Ave. in Mission. Show time is 7 p.m.

 

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