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JoshRyan
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Are there any competitions in North America for kids magicians? If so, how do I find them?
Donald Dunphy
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I know that the Fraser Valley Magic Circle (Ring 387), and also the Vancouver Magic Circle (Ring 92), each have their own annual Children's Magician of the Year Competition. Those groups are both in BC, Canada.

http://www.ibmring92.com/

http://www.fvmc.ca/

And I know that PCAM (Pacific Coast Association of Magicians) has an annual Children's Entertainer Competition. That convention takes place on the West Coast, in Canada or the USA (cities / host groups rotate).

http://www.pcammagic.com/

http://www.pcam2017.com/

And I've heard that Abra-Corn-Dabra (based in Iowa, I think) had or is having a Children's Magician of the Year Competition.

http://abracorndabra.com/contest/

- Donald
Donald Dunphy is a Victoria Magician, British Columbia, Canada.
JoshRyan
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Thanks Donald! That's loads of information to get me started.
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