75th convention for Houdini Club of Wisconsin - Labor Day

Postby Chuck Arkin » 02/19/13 11:00 PM

The Houdini Club of Wisconsin is celebrating its 75th convention this coming Labor Day weekend, in Middleton, Wisconsin. Great lectures, two public shows, stage and close-up and escape contests with cash prizes, free Saturday evening party and Sunday awards banquet. Check out the HoudiniClubofWisconsin.com for more details.
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 02/19/13 11:02 PM

Great acts, including Danny Orleans, and The Reed Sisters
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 02/19/13 11:04 PM

Free Ladies luncheon!
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 02/19/13 11:04 PM

Ten Magic Dealers!
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 02/19/13 11:09 PM

Where? Convention headquarters is at the Middleton Marriott Hotel; and the shows will be at the nearby Middleton Performing Arts Center, only one mile from the hotel.

Hotel only costs $89 per night (negotiated rate for Houdini Club). Reservations for hotel: call 1-888-745-2032.

When? August 30, 2013 through September 1, 2013
Convention Registration: online at www.houdiniclubofwisconsin.com
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 02/19/13 11:10 PM

How much?
Members and their spouses/significant others: $115.00 each

Non-members: $140.00 each Juniors (under 16): $95.00 each
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 02/20/13 12:03 AM

Could you not have put all that in one post?
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 02/20/13 12:43 AM

Richard,
I thought that scrunching all that information on to one post would be too difficult to read. And that the spacing allowed via separate posts would make it easier on the reader, to capture each thought and consider each point better.
If that formatting is not appropriate, I apologize.
Please let me know, for future reference.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 02/20/13 01:40 AM

All in one post please, but you can put a single blank line between your points if you like.
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 02/24/13 10:54 PM

Just confirmed: the Houdini Club has also booked David Kovac to perform at the convention!
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 03/03/13 09:54 AM

Expanded line-up announced. Confirmed performers are:

- Tristan Crist (see Tristan Crist Magic Theatre)
- The Reed Sisters (illusions, comedy, dance, drama)
- Keith Fields (comedy magician and motivational speaker)
- Danny Orleans (see Genii Magazine cover, March 2013)
- David Kovac (vaudevillian, comedy magician)
- The Balsters (family magic and fun for all)
- Trent James (1st place at Abbotts, Intl Battle, etc)

Registrations: www.houdiniclubofwisconsin.com
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 03/24/13 04:03 PM

Jackie Manna (ventriloquist) has been added to the line-up. She performs a great comedy vent routine. Check out our website at www.houdiniclubofwisconsin.com for registration information. Hope to see you this coming August/September for the 75th convention on Labor Day weekend. Location is in Middleton, just outside of Madison, Wisconsin!
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Postby Chuck Arkin » 08/04/13 12:07 AM

The Houdini Club has also added John Hopkins to its line-up of great talent! Convention is now less than thirty days away. First activities begin on Friday, August 30th. Convention History Books will be given to the first 100 registrations (one per family). Many contests and prizes as well. Hope to see you there!
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