Magic Show Fun at the Library


Austin and Hadley, who were sitting on opposite ends of the room, picked random card halves from a stack that they kept hidden from Crawford. They were both amazed to see when their halves were put together, they matched, and made one whole card.

A lot of kids turned out at the Library yesterday, excited to see the magic show. They waited anxiously trying to figure out what tricks the Magician would pull out of his hat.

“Captain Trenton”, took over Captain America’s cape, and led the group in a chant, “Reading is my SUPER POWER”, the only time it was okay to yell in the library.

“The Great Scott” had Superman powers. Scott, flexed his muscles for the audience and showed off his amazing strength, lifting extremely heavy objects. He was a natural entertainer in front of a crowd.

“Wonder Woman Kadence”, had the power to make things right. Anytime she held the broken fan, it was “magically fixed”.

Magician Steve Crawford’s Magic Show was all about the kids’ participation and that made it even more exciting for them.

Little Lance was the first audience Superhero called up to assist Crawford, with his magic tricks. Lance was so amazed at how he was able to squeeze two balls together and make one that turned into this red hand.

The Altus Public Library is continuing their summer reading program, “Every Hero has a Story”, with fun activities each week. Yesterday, June 9, Magician Steve Crawford, put on a fun and interactive, magic show for the kids themed around, “Superheros and Super Powers”. “I’m from Oklahoma and I started doing magic tricks at the library,” said Crawford. “I got my tricks from the library books and practiced on the Librarians.”

The Altus Public Library is continuing their summer reading program, “Every Hero has a Story”, with fun activities each week. Yesterday, June 9, Magician Steve Crawford, put on a fun and interactive, magic show for the kids themed around, “Superheros and Super Powers”.

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