Leif David and his Magic Show at Barriere Elementary on Jan. 29 with student Mikayla Fedato. (BES photo)

Ali K. Zam magic show captivates students at Barriere Elementary

Students and adults of all ages were captivated by magic at Barriere Elementary on Jan. 29 when a fun filled and action packed 45 minute magic entertainment show took place in the school’s gymnasium. Magician Leif Davis with his Ali K. Zam Productions provided everything required for the performance which wowed both children and adults. The show had everyone interacting, participating, and engaged in the comedy and magic.

Davis said he had a great time performing magic for the school and then he was on his way up to Clearwater to perform there in the evening.

Barriere Elementary Principal Tiffany Hawkins commented that it was an, “Excellent show. All the students and staff were engaged and thoroughly entertained. Excellent pace and interaction, great control of the audience, and a variety of tricks to cater to all the students and staff.”

The event was co-hosted by Barriere and Area Literacy Outreach with Yellowhead Community Services, and Interior Savings for their Unplug and Play Week.

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