The Science of Magic is Coming to the Palace on July 28th!


Don’t let the “summer slide” be more than a water park ride! The Science of Magic is taking the stage Tuesday July 28th at 10 am. Mr. Fish and Lisa Lou will break the “Magician’s code” by showing the science behind the world’s most famous magic tricks. It’s the perfect summer activity to keep those young minds engaged and learning. Moms in Weston has partnered with The Palace to offer one lucky family FOUR complimentary tickets to the show! All you have to do to win is leave a comment below and tell us about your child(ren)’s favorite magic trick. You can enter once per day. Subscribers to this blog will get an extra chance to win, so sign up to receive our posts in your inbox. The winner will be randomly chosen on  July 23rd at 12:00 pm and notified via email. GOOD LUCK! 

thepalacelogoIf you would like to purchase tickets or find out about other shows at The Palace, please visit: Moms in Weston thank the Palace for the opportunity to offer our readers a chance to win free tickets. No purchase necessary for the raffle above.

5 responses to “The Science of Magic is Coming to the Palace on July 28th!

  1. ‘Finding a penny behind your ear’ trick!

  2. Jacob doesn’t like magic much, but he loves science. Today he’s all about how you can make a pickle light up!

  3. My son loves any card tricks! He’s taken magic classes throughout the school year. Loves it!

  4. Lauren Ehrlich

    Making his thumb look like it is separating into two pieces:)

  5. Diana ToomeyWilson

    Mr. Fish is awesome, he had my son balance a feather on his forehead! Can’t wait to see him with Lisa Lou!

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