Vernon Museum brings the magic

Magician Leif David will once again entertain all age at two shows at the Vernon Museum & Archives, as part of the museum's Halloween fun

Magician Leif David thrills the crowd at last year’s Halloween Magic Show held at the Greater Vernon Museum & Archives. This year’s show is Oct. 29.

Magician Leif David thrills the crowd at last year’s Halloween Magic Show held at the Greater Vernon Museum & Archives. This year’s show is Oct. 29.

Magic wands will be waving, candy disappearing and adults and kids alike will be spellbound, as award- winning magician Leif David performs at the Vernon Museum’s Halloween Magic Show Oct. 29.

Due to the overwhelming response from last year’s event, two shows have been scheduled for this year, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Everyone is encouraged to dress in costume for entry into the prize draws.

“Charms and curses are not part of the performance, but there will be tons of opportunity for fun-filled audience participation,” said Denise Marsh, marketing and communications coordinator at the museum. “Leif has a wonderful ability to make volunteers from the audience the stars of his show.

“Following the magic show, our old town shops will be open, allowing children to trick or treat within the museum.”

The museum staff would like to extend a huge thank you to event sponsor Kal Tire.

“With their support we are able to keep this event affordable for families.”

Tickets are $5 per person, available at the museum prior to the show. As seating is limited it is suggested you hurry in to the museum before tickets disappear. For more information, please call 250-542-3142 or visit www.vernonmuseum.ca