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44th Magic Collectors Weekend

Magicana is delighted to bring the MCW to Montreal in May 2017. We will be staging this conference to coincide with the opening of the major magic exhibition, drawn from the Allan Slaight Collection of magic posters and Houdiniana, at the McCord Museum.

In fact, a large part of the conference will take place at the McCord Museum (which is located in the heart of downtown Montreal) where delegates will enjoy private tours of the exhibition and behind-the-scenes tours by curators and staff of the museum. The museum has an exquisite exhibition in the works, and MCW delegates will be the first to experience it!

The balance of the conference will be held at our convention hotel, the Delta Montreal which is, literally, around the corner from the McCord. And, as we have had in the past, there will be a broad range of speakers.

But space is limited! This event is restricted by the meeting capacity at the McCord, so we only have 125 places available. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

How much is registration?

Regular convention rate is $250 USD, but Magicol subscribers are eligible for the discounted price of $225 for themselves and for spouses. (Canadians, when registering, please use the CANADIAN registration form.)

So, if you want to be the first to see the one of the largest, magic exhibitions featuring some of the world’s best magic posters—and a whole lot more—register today!

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Magic Collectors Weekend
May 25-27, 2017 | Montreal, Canada

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