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1/9/2015 - Agawam Cultural Council Presents Applause Series 11 with DANIEL GREENWOLF: CELTIC MAGICIAN

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Magic? Or something else entirely?

11th Season of Agawam Cultural Council’s Applause Series
Continues with The Magic of Daniel GreenWolf.

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The eleventh season of the Agawam Cultural Council’s popular Applause Series continues on Friday, January 9, 2015 at 7:00 PM when the “slightly mad” Celtic Magician Daniel GreenWolf brings his special brand of magic to the Agawam Senior Center.

The Magic of Daniel GreenWolf is a performance that combines highly visual magic, theatrical storytelling, exhilarating Irish music, interactive comedy, and thrilling danger and wraps it all in a Celtic theme that has been described as “a witty, modern-day Celtic Viking. Like James Joyce with a broad sword.”

Daniel GreenWolf is an award-winning magician, writer, and slightly mad Irishman. He has been voted as one of the top five solo variety acts in the United States by the Renaissance Festival Podcast & Renaissance Magazine for five years in a row. GreenWolf has performed thousands of shows for hundreds of clients and venues including The Big E, The Mark Twain House, Bank of America, and the United States Coast Guard.

This event is sponsored by Hampden Bank.

The Agawam Senior Center is located at 954 Main Street in Agawam, Massachusetts and can be reached by phone at (413) 821-0604. This and all Applause Series events are free and open to the public.

Additional information on each of the Applause Series events is available at the Agawam Cultural Council web site, www.agawamcc.org.  For more Information: contact: Bob Kadis, 413-789-4814 or r.kadis@comcast.net.

The Agawam Cultural Council is an all-volunteer local partner of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and is funded, in part, by the MCC.  The ACC is charged with bringing engaging, entertaining, and educational events and opportunities in the arts, humanities, and sciences, to children and adults from Agawam and the surrounding communities.