Just spent the evening doing a last minute event for the Association of Electrical Cooperatives. They were having a regional training sessions and decided to offer a bit of entertainment at their evening cocktail hour. A fun bunch of people. The magic went well. Most people did not know each other but I gave them something to talk about. Fun was had by all. And the event coordinator was much relieved.
We had a full house last night on the RJ Corman Magic Dinner Train. We had people from Ohio, and Wisconsin in for the weekend. There were three Anniversaries, and at least one Birthday. I also saw a six year old girl attack and consume a whole prime rib steak that was bigger then she was. All in all a great night.
Starting to prepare for an event I have been looking forward for several months. The BOOK-tacular in Lexington. This will be a fund raiser for the Library Board. These guys really know how to put on an event. Tickets are still available here. BOOK-tacular.
In years past I have helped the Library board with several fundraising and public events. Its a great cause.
And yes, there will be a performance by Magician, John Shore.
October is always a busy time for me and magic. Some magicians seem to be most busy around Christmas. But for me, Halloween is a close second. This month I will be providing two performance on the RJ Corman Magic Dinner Train. (see pic above). Tickets are available through the RJ Corman web site. www.kydinnertrain.com
Add to that the fact that I will be providing palm reading at a few private Halloween events, and strolling entertainment at some political fund raisers, and we have the makings for a really busy month. And no, I will not be missing Trick-or-treating.
Had a great time this afternoon providing magical entertainment in Lexington Kentucky at a company picnic. Its an IT firm that supports Lexmark. They had about 75 people gathered for an afternoon of fun and friendship. I provided a show for the whole group. the kids sat down front. The parents were in the back. As always happens, the parents quickly realized that this show was for everyone, not just the kids. We had a lot of fun with the whole community of friends. Then I spend about 2 hours performing casually for the employees while others played volleyball. It was a perfect day for an afternoon outside.
Picking up several shows this month to provide professional quality magical entertainment for companies. Doing one this week in Harrodsburg for Hitachi. Then another next week for a high tech company called Wipro. The second one sounds like a nice small family affair. Usually, that mean a bunch of friendly people who are there to have a good time. This makes my job a lot easier.