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TAYLOR MARTIN'S INDY MAGIC

The best magicians appear at Taylor Martin's Indy Magic each month. The June event is The Young Whippersnappers of Magic, featuring Hunter Tabor, Anthony Stockton, Nathan Colwell and Brendon Ware. All magicians are 21 and under for this special event!

ABOUT THE MAGICIANS

Hunter Tabor’s love of magic started in second grade when he performed an original routine for his school talent show as “The Great Taborini." Hunter is a member of the Society of Young Magicians and creates unique, funny magic from a 12-year-old’s perspective. He is very excited for his Indy Magic debut!

Jabberwocky: How Does Your Garden Grow?

The time has FINALLY come to plant your flower and vegetable gardens. Hear stories from those that are passionate about their gardens. During the open mike portion of the evening, you may choose to share your own 2 – 3 minute gardening story. The evening includes a cash bar, snacks, stories and a chance to make new friends. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., the stories begin at 6 p.m.

Jabberwocky

During the last decade or so knitting has grown in popularity and it is not just for grandma anymore. Come hear the stories of individuals who are passionate about their knitting. During the open-mike, you may choose to share your own knitting stories .The evening includes a cash bar, snacks, stories and a chance to make new friends.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., the stories begin at 6 p.m.

Conductor Cody Magic Show

INDY MAGIC MONTHLY 10th ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND

This young entertainer performs a children’s magic show themed to railroading.

Cody’s recently been awarded the Magic Warehouse Scholarship to attend Jeff McBride’s Mystery School this August. He’s a senior at the University of Louisville, class of 2015. He recently was featured in a benefit for Noble of Hamilton County and Hamilton County Special Olympics, with comic Scott Long. He’s also performed at the Indianapolis Winter Magic Festival and the Indianapolis Propylaeum.

Stark Naked

“Stark Naked” is a one-woman play in which the artist Margaret Stark and graduate student Carrie Cohen explore the choices women make in their lives and the consequences of those choices.

ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT

JABBERWOCKY - FREE EVENT - REGISTER NOW

FREE EVENT - REGISTER NOW
Kennedy King Memorial Initiative Produced by: IndyFringe and Storytelling Arts of Indiana
FREE EVENT, LIMITED SEATING - PLEASE RSVP IN ADVANCE USING TICKET LINK

5:00pm Doors Open,
5:30pm Jabberwocky Event

Hear the voices of four people whom witnessed Robert Kennedy’s speech in 1968 and hear the impact that historic moment had on their lives. Reflect with these witnesses on progress and struggles for racial and civil equality over the last 50 years. Storytelling Warnings:

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