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  • How'd he do that?
  • Exactly how is the mind deceived?
  • Come see why seeing should not be believing.

Just back from performing in Turkey, Iraq, and Kyrgystan, award-winning illusionist Adrian Van Vactor will both perform and talk about how his entertainment art is being misused in third-world countries.  Con-artist-illusionists in India use their “powers” to bilk people out of their savings.  Adrian has made enemies by debunking these "spiritual masters."

RSVP early to ensure your seat.  We’re expecting an overflow crowd.


Come early at 6:30 to reserve your seat, grab a salad supper or something from the café — and to get to know people.


Afterward:  The conversations continue at the Blue Moose (a minute away on the north side of the shopping center on the NW corner of 101st and Woodland).


See you Friday night!

Fred Heeren / [masked] /[masked]

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  • David

    It was truly a magical event. Adrian was extremely engaging, and his stories were very interesting. The true magic happened when Adrian made his audience feel like a kid again. This is a gift that not many possess. Thank you again for talking to us!

    September 15, 2013

  • Sara

    Thomas and I are aiming to attend! :)

    1 · September 13, 2013

  • Peggy

    Is this a kid- friendly event? my 10 yr old loves anything to do with Illusion. Of corse he would go home before the Blue Moose.

    September 5, 2013

    • Peggy

      Can't wait!

      September 6, 2013

  • Fred

    Yes, Peggy, this will be kid-friendly. For that matter, unless you have concerns about taking a 10-year-old into a place where people are enjoying conversations over cokes and beers and food, the Moose is fairly kid-friendly, too. Others have brought theirs from time to time.

    1 · September 5, 2013

    • Peggy

      Thank you.

      September 6, 2013

  • Craig

    Really going to try

    July 15, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    How freaking kewel!!! Cannot go only because I will be over a thousand miles away. :(

    June 20, 2013

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