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Mansfield Public Library Holds Magic Lessons

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  Original Published: 1/12/2014

Mansfield Public Library held free magic lessons for kids over the weekend. The lessons covered things like slight of hand illusions to card tricks.David Kulig, the instructor, was excited to teach the eager crowd.

"I wanted to touch upon some very real and important principles of magic," Kulig said. Kulig's idea is to use magic to get children to better understand the world around them through common techniques and ideas.

Kulig also uses magic as a social tool. "I grew up very lonely," Kulig explains. "It's a different world for kids now." He hopes that his demonstrations will inspire his students to demonstrate their learned skills to other people, and hopefully it will earn friendship with those who watch their acts. "I'm all about raising the next generation. I'm all about giving kids something good that will help them make positive decisions in their lives," Kulig said.

For more events the Library is hosting, visit http://www.mrcpl.org.

   
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