Saturday was a day of card tricks, magic wands, and disappearing animals.
The Hamasa Shriners presented a magic show at Meridian's Temple Theater. Dorian LaChance from Jackson provided the exciting magic. He specializes in street magic and classic stage shows for children of all ages.
Last year, between 700 and 800 guests attended the magic show. Organizers of the show expected even more this year.
"They are going to see a musician that has a lot of different acts that are built around children for them to have fun and participate with him as he does his acts. When they leave they will leave happy, satisfied, and knowing they saw a musician with Christian values," exclaims Edward Garrard, with the Hamasa Shriners.
Doors to the performance opened at 10a.m. The actual show started at 11a.m. And an added bonus to the show, it was free.
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