“All Things Possible” FREE to People with Disabilities
- Dates: August 23, September 20, October 25, November 15, December 20, and continuing monthly in 2015 (dates to be announced).
- Times: Social Period - 12:30 p.m. Lunch – 1 p.m. Lecture/Presentation – 1:30 p.m. Skill Workshops: 2 to 4 p.m.
- Where: St. Mary’s Church, 337 Charlotte Street, Asheville, North Carolina
- Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Funds from the monthly magic show, “Magic, Mirth & Meaning,” are being used to launch “All Things Possible” with The Vanishing Wheelchair. Starting at 12:30 p.m. people with disabilities are welcome to gather at St. Mary’s on show days for a free luncheon followed by workshops. Participants will learn skills in performing, painting, photography, music, crafts, writing, and wood working...Read More
Check out the photos from our stage show. We put on a show every month. It’s a lot of fun and raises money to help those with disabilities. Every show is different!Read More
Ricky D. Boone will be the “Person of the Week” on WLOS, the ABC affiliate out of Asheville, North Carolina. The broadcast will be on the 6 p.m. evening news.
Interviews for the broadcast were held at Ricky’s store, Magic Central, with author T.J. Shimeld and musician Randy Crane. The three are all part of the board of directors of The Vanishing Wheelchair, Inc., the non-profit organization that is the publisher of Ricky’s biography, The Four-foot Giant and the Vanishing Wheelchair. Footage of illusionist Duane Laflin and other moments of the book release event on January 21 were filmed as well.
Congratulations, Ricky, on being “Person of the Week.”
If you missed Ricky Boone on WLOS-ABC, here is the link:Read More
On January 28, just one week after the release of The Four-foot Giant and the Vanishing Wheelchair, author T.J. Shimeld and subject Ricky D. Boone had their first book lecture and signing at Conley’s House of Magic in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (www.conleyshouseofmagic.com/). T.J. shared with the group of magicians the real magic he has discovered through the years in the magicians he has known, especially Ricky. Ricky’s portion of the lecture focused on his creativity in adapting magic to suit his abilities.
The two autographed books and chatted with the group late into the night. Proceeds raised from the lecture and sales of merchandise benefit the purposes of The Vanishing Wheelchair, Inc.Read More
Illusionist Duane Laflin will be appearing on January 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Carol Belk Theatre on the University of North Carolina-Asheville Campus to honor Ricky D. Boone and the softcover release of his biography, The Four-foot Giant and the Vanishing Wheelchair. The event is presented by the Psychology and Drama departments.
Ricky Boone and author T.J. Shimeld will be autographing books at the event. Softcover books sell for $37, but pre-paid orders will be taken now through the day of the event for $25. These books will be signed and specially numbered and may be purchased ahead of time through Magic Central.
Ticket prices for the event are $15 for adults, $10 for faculty and employees of UNCA, and $5 for children and UNCA students. Seating is limited...Read More
Announcing the appearance of The Four-foot Giant and the Vanishing Wheelchair.
On National Magic Day, October 31, 2010, I typed the last word of my latest biography, The Four-foot Giant and the Vanishing Wheelchair. It is about the inspirational life of handicapped magician, magic shop owner, and motivational speaker, Ricky D. Boone.
I credit Ricky for saving my life after a near-debilitating car accident. Thoughts of Ricky, and all he has endured, brought me through dark times. He has changed so many lives, and this book can change many more.
We are offering a pre-release of the book as an instantly downloadable eBook. You can download a FREE chapter at www.FourFootGiantBook.com.
Ricky Boone’s life has also inspired the founding of a non-profit charitable organization, The ...Read More