Membership Information


Q: What does IBM stand for?

A: IBM is an acronym for the International Brotherhood of Magicians. IBM is a global organization dedicated to magic and magicians.

Q: What does Ring 280 mean?

A: Ring 280 is the division or chapter of IBM that describes our club. Ring 280 is the Santa Clarita, CA division of IBM.

Q: Can I join?

A: Sure! The simple requirements are that you are at least 7 years old and have an interest in some form of magic, that is it! We recommend that if you are even slightly interested that you join us for a meeting.

Q: Where are your meetings held?

A: Our meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at the Boys and Girls Club, located in Santa Clarita, CA.

For directions and more information, click here.

Q: How good do I have to be?

A: IBM Ring 280 doesn't judge on your skill level. We have all type of magicians with all types of skill levels from all walks of life. We are here to have fun and learn magic. Even if you don't know one single card trick we have members who are thrilled to give you tips and insights.

Q: Where are the membership forms?

A: There are two. One for the I.B.M. organization and one for Ring 280. You need to complete both to become a full member. But feel free to join us for a meeting without completing these. You can do that later if you think this is the place for you. See forms below.

You can download the membership forms here:

IBM Membership Application (Website)

The Ring 280 Membership Application (PDF) is available below.