IBM Announces Sorcerer’s Safari Partnership for Youth Camp Scholarships

Inside Magic Image of International Brotherhood of Magicians and Magic Camp LogoThe International Brotherhood of Magicians (“IBM”) Endowment and Development Fund provided funds for two scholarships to the Sorcerer’s Safari Magic Camp.
Two lucky teens, one male and one female, attending the IBM Lance Burton Teen Seminar will be selected to receive these awesome scholarships.
The McBride Magic & Mystery School will also select one Teen Magician to receive the McBride Magic & Mystery School Faculty Award.
Founded in 1991, the McBride Magic & Mystery School’s goal is to provide a safe, supportive, and inspiring place for magic enthusiast (both amateur and professional) to work on their magic. They work with students of all skill levels and interests.
At McBride Magic & Mystery School the unparalleled faculty are there to answer your questions, help you become a better magician and, most importantly, to have fun.
One lucky teen magician will receive the opportunity of a lifetime!
For additional information on the McBride Magic & Mystery School, go to their website:
The Sorcerer’s Safari Magic Camp will run from August 27th through September 1st at the beautiful Camp White Pine in Ontario, Canada.The scholarship covers all costs while at camp. The lucky recipients will be responsible for their own transportation to and from Toronto – there will be bus transportation from the airport to Camp White Pine located a little more than two hours north of Toronto.
Magic Campers will stay in spacious pine cabins with bunk beds. There is a large mess hall for delicious meals, beautiful swim docks for those hot summer days and the amazing Pinetages Theater for all the magical performances.
The facilities at White Pine allow staff to creatively design magic programs which encourage new ways of thinking.
Campers can learn in a non-competitive atmosphere, pursue individual interests and have fun! This year’s special guest will be Justin Flom.
For more information on Sorcerer’s Safari Magic Camp go to their website:

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