DAMEON to Lecture for the Maine Magicians - Monday - August 13th

Ohhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!! This is HUUUUUUUGE-ish!!!!!!!
Wow - fresh off my return from the Society of American Magicians National Convention in Orlando …… this MONDAY - August 13th - I am presenting my "Magic lecture" in Augusta.
I am really looking forward to this event - it's going to be a blast … and I give stuff away to everyone in attendance.
I know it's not "your" usual magic meeting night … but please try to make it! Lots of stuff to show and secrets to reveal.
Dameon Magic
Bigger, Badder, Better & Bald

Dameon's SAM Card Throw Challenge

Dameon, Bill Murray, Peter Samelson
A special effect designed for "What About Bob"
Here's the info sent out to the Maine Magi (and sorry - magi only)
Monday August 13th 6:00-8:00pm is a very special event; we have the one and only HAL MEYERS aka "Dameon" lecturing for us! You won't want to miss this one, it's sure to go down as a "favorite". Make plans to attend this great lecture, which
will include manipulation, balls, thimbles, ropes and doves, also magic theory and stories of Hal's incredible career as a professional magician. 
Hal is an accomplished, creative, and innovative, magician currently living in Maine. He was recently a featured performer and lecturer for the SAM National Convention held in
Orlando this summer. He has lectured and performed all over. Hal has mentored Rocco, and rubbed elbows with the biggest and best in our industry.
Taking place at: 22 Armory Street Augusta Maine
Buker Community Center

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