I.B.M. Ring 280 Youth is the highly respected junior branch of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (I.B.M.). The global membership of the I.B.M. actively supports this dynamic youth focused program to promote, educate and enhance the activities of talented young magicians around the world.
The Ring 280 Magic Youth is a free program is open to youth, ages 7-17. Parents must be present at all times. Children cannot be dropped off. We ask those planning to attend a meeting to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On March 10, 2013, a nice article about IBM Ring 280 Magic Youth was on the front page of the Signal newspaper.
Visit the Ring 280 Youth Reference Guide for a breakdown of what was taught at each meeting and where you can find more information.
We invite anyone interested in the Youth Magic program to attend our regular Thursday night meetings. We are in the process of finding a new time for our Youth Magician meetings.
IBM Ring 280 Youth
Our October meeting is happening on Thursday the 8th from 6pm to 7pm at the Boys & Girls Club. Our theme is perfect for October - Spooky Magic! Feel free to come to perform a trick to our theme, or simply show us some fun magic you are working on! As always we will have something fun to teach.
The Magic Youth Link September meeting will be held on Thursday September 10th, from 6pm - 7pm. Our meeting theme is rope magic, so come share some magic with us, and learn a rope trick or two!
For August, our theme is “Magic JAM – Just About Magic.” It’s a very general theme because we want you to come and show us a magic trick. This is an opportunity for the other magicians to see a trick or two that you know. Please don’t worry about how poor or great it is – we just want to see it. As always, we will have a trick or two to teach, and if there is time, you can teach something as well!
See you on August 13 from 6pm to 7pm at the Boys & Girls Club in Newhall.
Join us June 11, 2015 for Coin Magic. We meet from 6pm-7pm at the Boys & Girls Club in Newhall. This hands-on program is open to any youth between the ages of 7 and 17 years with a serious interest in magic.
Although we are in the process of rebooting our Magic Youth Program, our younger magicians are always welcome to attend our regular IBM Ring 280 meetings. We realize our meetings run late, so please feel free to leave at any time.
In March, we would like to have a small youth meeting from 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., prior to our regular Ring meeting. Please be sure to arrive by 7:00 p.m.
June Meeting (June 14th)
Please note that we are holding a special off-site meeting in June - at the Santa Clarita Touch-a-Truck event. Since the Ring is once again performing at this year's Touch-a-Truck event, which falls on the second Saturday of June, we decided to invite all youth members to be part of Touch-a-Truck, rather than reschedule.
Please contact Brian@ibmring280.com to RSVP and get more information. Not only will you have the opportunity to watch your fellow magicians perform in a public setting, you’ll also have a chance to do some magic yourself, as we welcome our youth to perform alongside our Ring 280 magicians. Even if you only have one magic trick, if you are comfortable and ready, bring your magic and be part of the performance.
Look for details about Touch-a-Truck in the newsletter.
The next IBM Ring 280 Magic Youth meeting is Saturday, May 10th, from 11am-12pm at the Boys & Girls Club. Our theme is Silk Magic.
Special Note About Our June Meeting (June 14th)
Please note that we are holding a special off-site meeting in June - at the Santa Clarita Touch-a-Truck event. Since the Ring is once again performing at this year's Touch-a-Truck event, which falls on the second Saturday of June, rather than reschedule, we decided to invite all youth members to be part of Touch-a-Truck.
Our April meeting will be held on Saturday, April 12th, from 11am-12pm at the Boys and Girls Club. The theme for April is “Sucker Effects and the Proper Way to Present them Without Embarrassing Your Helper.” See you then!
Our March meeting will be held on Saturday, March 8th, from 11am-12pm at the Boys and Girls Club. The theme for March is “Routining.” We will be sharing ideas of how you can string together a series of effects and tricks to make them into a presentation and show.