“The Magic of Stuart MacDonald” to benefit United Way of Southwest Michigan

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UNITED WAY OF SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN

7.27.18

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Contact: Ryan Cheevers / 269.932.3546

 

“The Magic of Stuart MacDonald” to benefit United Way of Southwest Michigan

Whirlpool Corporation senior training analyst Stuart MacDonald also has an impressive career in magic

Mark your calendars for a special performance, “The Magic of Stuart MacDonald,” at Lakeshore High School auditorium (5771 Cleveland Ave, Stevensville, MI 49127) on August 11 at 6:30 p.m. It’s sure to be an evening of magic, mystery and laughs, with proceeds benefiting United Way of Southwest Michigan.

MacDonald has received a long list of awards and accolades. He is a five-time award-winner at the Society of American Magicians (SAM) and The International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM) Combined Convention and currently ranked the No. 1 competitive magician in all of North America. MacDonald’s magic shows have taken him all over the world, but he takes time to give back to the local community.

MacDonald is not your typical "pick a card, any card" magician. His show is more theater with a magic twist. He takes you through a journey where the magic happens to him. Everything you ever thought of magic is upside down, making the experience as close to real magic as you can get.

Tickets may be purchased online at uwsm.org/stuartmacdonald.

Ticket Prices

  • Adults: $10
  • Children 3-17: $7
  • Children under 2: free (ticket still required)

Seating is first come, first served. Doors open at 6 p.m.

ABOUT UNITED WAY

United Way of Southwest Michigan fights for the Health, Education and Financial Stability of every person in every community. We have the influence and relationships to make sustainable change a reality. By harnessing resources from corporate, nonprofit and public partners, we provide immediate assistance to our most vulnerable populations while addressing the root causes of our community's long-standing challenges and changing lives for the better. To join the fight—through giving, advocacy and volunteering—visit www.uwsm.org.

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