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Tabletop Tricks & Thinking Fun – A Workshop for ages 7-107!

Thursday10/211:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Friday10/2210:30 am - 12:00 pm

Learn fun, funny and amusing optical and mind tricks for the tabletop that will impress and puzzle your family and friends.

Try 13 different challenges that fool your brain. These are quick things to try, learn and wonder about: classics, science, physics, almost-magic or just thinking fun, from presenter Judith Schulz, Logic Puzzle Museum curator.

Workshop participants may also try a gravity-defying object, test a two-way gizzzmo and learn a mind-reading parlor trick.

This tabletop fun for after supper entertainment includes optical illusions, a trick that uses an everyday object, a fun way to make your friends think there is a real bird inside your house and many others.

Participants also receive a free gift to politely fool friends, families and even grandpa!

Children, teens, adults and families ages 7-107 may attend. Grownups like this fun, too; so, adults may attend without children.
The fee is $25/person, all ages; and includes a wooden $12 illusion trick to keep and a trick gift. Advance tickets are needed, as space is limited.

The workshop is presented by the Logic Puzzle Museum which has appeared on television and in magazines.
The nonprofit, educational museum is located at 533 Milwaukee Avenue, historic downtown Burlington, Wisconsin; with free parking.

Call 262-763-3946 to order tickets.


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Demonstration, Hands-On
Target Age/Grade:
Elementary and Up
Logic Puzzle Museum


Logic Puzzle Museum
533 Milwaukee Av
Burlington, WI 53105


Logic Puzzle Museum

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