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Just curious if anyone here is going.
The is the first year I can attend, since I used to be in the tax business and January was out. Retired now so I think I'll go. It doesn't look like a lot to do for a non-magician spouse, though. Not worth the additional expense of boarding the dog etc. if nothing for her to do. Anyone know? __________________
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My wife, who is also a magician, and I will be there. It's a great convention. I really don't know much about any non-magician spouse events though. Try emailing Josh or Andy. I'm sure they can let you know what's going on for spouses.
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Never been. When I first moved to the USA Nick Trost told me in a letter I should go but I never did. When Andy and Josh took it over I did enquire about a stand and Andy gave me the e-mail of the person in charge of dealers but my request when sent was never even responded to. After that, never bothered.
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I will be attending at least one day.
I know I see lots of non-magician spouses hang out in the lobby after hours when the sessions are going on and just enjoying watching all the magicians performing. But as for activities, not too much. They used to have a matinee show that was open to the public on one of the days as well as the evening show at the theater downtown which was also open for the public, but not much else throughout the days.