The OMC does not meet in July.
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
6:00PM. Door open.
7:00PM. Business meeting
June is our annual Lloyd E. Jones Close Up Contest.
First prize is $100. Second prize is $50.
Here are some of the basic rules:
– All acts are to be 6-12 minutes in length.
– Family friendly material.
– All non-competing OMC members are eligible to vote.
– Voting members must be present for the full duration of the competition.
6:00PM Doors Open
7:00PM Business Meeting.
7:30PM ‘Card Warp’ Teach-In by Mark Tarses. This is a trick that is easy to learn and that you will want to know how to do. It is a favorite of street magicians, and it is one of the few card tricks that you can keep in your wallet.
8:00PM. Open Performance.
Don’t miss this year’s Flea Market and Auction! It will be on Tuesday, April 3rd. It is always the biggest in the San Francisco Bay Area! Doors open at 5:00 PM for sellers, 5:30 PM for buyers, and the auction starts at 8:00 PM. $15 for a sellers table and $10 for OMC members. See you there!
Sellers: Remember to bring change, $1 and $5 bills. Also, bags for buyers to take home their purchases and price stickers.
Buyers: You should also bring change, $1 and $5 bills. Remember that you cannot pay for auction purchases with credit or debit cards. The Oakland Magic Circle has no way to process card transactions. Some flea market sellers accept credit cards, but most do not.
2258 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94602
Door open 6PM.
Business meeting 6:30PM
Women in Magic Show 7 to 9PM
“Women in Magic,” is a panel discussion with performances featuring award-winning bay area masters of legerdemain: Heather Rogers, Meriam Al Sultan, Paula Ramsey, Cynthia Yee and special guest Carisa Hendrix from Calgary, Canada; moderated by Dagmar Theison. Presented by the Oakland Magic Circle in collaboration with AAUW.
Free Admission; Reservations suggested at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-magic-tickets-42656594021
Location: Bjornson Hall, 2258 MacArthur Boulevard (near Fruitvale Avenue) in Oakland.
There have historically been few female magicians and therefore few role models in the craft. Most women have been relegated to being assistants, often in skimpy costumes and the “victim” of torture effects.
This will be a free evening and people of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to attend.
Here’s the show flyer: OMCflyer3:18