Thank so much to everyone who tuned to watch our show last night. Conjuring for a Cure featured 20 magicians from Toronto and around the world and we raised over $5,500 for the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.
Thank you to our performers who donated their time and talent:
Jonah Babins, David Ben, Ian Crawford, Matt DiSero, Shawn Farquhar, Gerry Frenette, Robert Herd, Lulu Lin, Patrick Nemeth, Paul Pacific, Marty Papernick, David Peck, Jeff Pinsky, Gordon Precious, Khanya Rubushe, Ari Soroka, Ben Train, Glenn West, “Brookalini” Westfall, Mark Wicken, Andrew Woo
If you missed the show, check it out:
And the link is still open if you would like to DONATE.
Thank you to everyone who supported our campaign and contributed to a great show. We wish you a safe and happy holiday season and look forward to more magic in 2021.
We are thrilled to announce that the latest recipient of the Len Cooper Memorial Award is our very own treasurer Patrick Nemeth!
The award is given out each year to a promising young magician. The award is named after the original owner of the Browser’s Den of Magic in Toronto, and is normally presented each year in November at the shop’s anniversary party.
This year the award was presented privately by Jeff Pinsky:
The prize includes a complete set of the Tarbell Course in Magic and a professional magician’s jacket:
This past weekend’s Browser’s Bash — Toronto’s new favourite local magic convention — was featured in the Entertainment section of today’s Toronto Star. You can read the article by Megan Dolskihere.
Browser’s Magic Bash is an annual massive meetup for 400 mostly local and a few international magicians. Here, amateur and professional escape artists, mentalists, comedians and prestidigitators convene for a quasi-networking, quasi-educational get-together that is really more like a massive family reunion than anything else.
The most important revelation at the end of the article: