Posts Tagged 'Wisconsin'

Motivational Magic is a Hit at Conference

The self-advocacy conference 2013 was held at the Crown Plaza in downtown St. Paul. I had fun and it was a full house with a very enthusiastic audience.

Kathy one of the directors wrote:  “Everyone  had a fabulous time and really enjoyed your show.”

I enjoy bringing smiles and a motivational message to groups. Please take a moment to learn more at MagicNorm.com.

I present comedy magic with a motivational message of teamwork and service to civic groups,businesses and corporate groups.  Its motivational magic and comedy that uplifts and encourages.

It is a fun way to salute your staff at events and awards banquets in Minnesota. I also do magic shows in Wisconsin. I also work around the nation.  But headquarter out of Minneapolis.

Magic at Menomonie Library

Magician in Wisconsin and Minnesota

This past month (June) has been super busy with High School Lock-ins as well as family shows at libraries and festivals.

Just got this letter from a librarian.  Our comedy magic show that motivates young readers has appeared at this library 8 times over the past 25 years.

“Norm’s show was great! He really knows how to captivate an audience with his incredible magic and quick wit! Thanks again!”

Jodi Bird

Youth Services Department Manager

Menomonie Public Library

Menomonie, WI

I love to bring smiles to faces and I enjoy hearing the laughter from kids and adults at the fun magic entertainment. Check out our website to see how Magic and comedy can bring life to your party. MagicNorm.com

Magic for parties and events in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Also please check out the program that motivates reading for libraries and schools.

Magician in Wisconsin

Last night I had the joy of presenting two magic shows on the same night in two neighboring towns in Eastern Wisconsin. The crowds were very fun and we had a lot of fun with the volunteers from the audience.

It is fun to bring comedy and magic to audiences in Wisconsin,  I have entertained at the High School Graduation party lock in for 15 years in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.

The Polk county fair in St Croix Falls as well as the county fair in Ellsworth, Wisconsin have also had the comedy magic show.

Upcoming magic shows in Wisconsin include the Hudson Library on Wednesday  April 15, 2011.

When you need a magician in Wisconsin check MagicNorm,com

Minnesota Author at Library in Wisconsin

Tomorrow, May 18th. is book signing and showtime in Wisconsin for Minnesota Author and comic magician, Magic Norm. I will present my comedy magic show for the families at the library.  this will be my 6th time here over the past 25 years.  I am grateful that they invite me back and am thrilled that they like the program.

This magic and comedy show motivate youngsters to get excited about reading.  Many topics are covered such how reading helps with hobbies, interests and jobs.  Kids and parents leave the show with a greater appreciation for how reading helps in everyday life and is just plain fun.

If we can get students excited about reading, they will do well and achieve in all the subjects they work on in school. The goal of the library show is to encourage students to read all summer and to visit the library as often as possible.

Earlier today, I spoke and presented my reading program at a school in Rochester, MN. I enjoy  presenting my motivational magic show and encouraging the students.  Today was my 7th or 8th time at this school over the past 25 years. I am glad that they appreciate the quality and enjoy the important message.

I was the original reading motivational magic show in Minnesota. I put together this program and developed the magic tricks to go with it over 30 years ago.  Since then it has gone through many changes as I add new material.  I now have three different motivational magic shows for kids.  Since then I have enjoyed bringing the show to students and teachers at schools and libraries in all fifty states.

I love to see the smiles and amazement that the comedy magic brings, but I also very much enjoy seeing students get excited about reading.