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Magic Alex came back to the Castro Valley Library on Saturday after his two-year stint as the “Magical Zingmaster” for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. He told the audience about how books helped him learn his first magic. Some of his first shows were in libraries, and that is why he loves coming back home to do library shows between his other commitments.
Alex will be appearing in his own show at the Lesher Center in Walnut Creek on Saturday April 16. He is also working on a new library show especially for grownups who want to learn more about the mysteries of magic! This 25-year-old master magician will demonstrate his best magic and then audience members will have an opportunity to participate in the show, and to ask questions like “What was it like living on the circus train?” or “How did you learn your lines in Japanese and other languages when you were traveling all over the world with Disney Live! “Mickey’s Magic Show?” So if you want to really know how he does it, check with the library to find out when he will be visiting us again!
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Our next Lego Club Meeting is all about transportation!
DREAM IT, BUILD IT!
When: February 12, 2011 from 1:00-2:30pm
Where: The Castro Valley Library Chabot/Canyon Room
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COYOTE HILLS REGIONAL PARK VISITS
THE CASTRO VALLEY LIBRARY
Snakes of Coyote Hills Naturalist Program
February 10, 2011
2:30-3:15pm Pre-school session
3:30pm-4:15PM school age session
We are going to have a blast with Coyote Hills Naturalist Kristina Parkison! We will get up-close and personal with reptiles. Discover the unique qualities of these slithery, scaly friends, and why they’re beneficial for our environment. Participants will get to meet and touch Fox, Coyote Hills’s resident gopher snake.
PROGRAM IS LIMITED TO 50 PARTICIPANTS per SESSION. Register in person or at 510.667-7900