Magic Shows, Luncheons, and Workshops Continue Monthly

Tickets: Saturday, October 25 at 6:30 pm

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Tickets: Magic, Mirth & Meaning,Saturday, November 15 at 6:30 pm

Magic Shows, Luncheons, and Workshops Continue Monthly

for People with Disabilities and Their Supporters

          “Magic, Mirth & Meaning”continues monthly at St. Mary’s Church at 337 Charlotte Street, Asheville, North Carolina as a fundraiser for The Vanishing Wheelchair, a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Bring the whole family to see story tellers, singers, magicians, and jugglers on October 25 at 6:30 p.m. The show is free to the public with donations greatly appreciated. The hour-and-a-half event continues each month on November 15, December 20, and continuing into 2015 (dates to be announced).

“A magic show has always been an ultimate goal of The Vanishing Wheelchair,” says T.J. Shimeld, president and co-founder of the non-profit. “It gives an opportunity for people to showcase their talents and work with one another as an ensemble. Everyone is the star of the show. We are delighted that the show has continued for a year, and keeps growing.” In fact, after each show there is at least one person in the audience who is either inspired to perform with The Vanishing Wheelchair, or help the non-profit’s mission.

Magic, Mirth & Meaning Fundraiser Magic Show

Funds from the shows are being used to launch “All Things Possible” with The Vanishing Wheelchair, Inc. 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. Space for the luncheon and workshops are limited, and those wishing to participate need to make their reservation with The Vanishing Wheelchair.

Inspired by the mystifying misdirection of Ricky D. Boone who uses magic and comedy to make his disability a great ability, The Vanishing Wheelchair, Inc. has garnered the public’s imagination has they see that anything is possible.

A suggested donation for the montly magic show of $10 for adult tickets and $5 for children tickets is appreciated. Or contact Magic Central, 175 Weaverville Highway, Suite L, Asheville, North Carolina 28804, or call 828-645-2941.

Luncheon reservations for “All Things Possible” or for more information contact T.J. Shimeld at, 1129 Allman Ridge Road, Morganton, North Carolina 28655. Call 828-391-6965.