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Sorcerers Safari Magic Camp Ends

On January 11, 2017, the following information was released by Mike and Jen Segal:

“All great things must come to an end!”

To all campers, friends, and family of Sorcerers Safari Magic Camp:

After twenty amazing years of Magic Camp, it is with heavy hearts we announce that our amazing ride has come to an end.

From the bottom of our hearts we want to thank all our staff, artists, sponsors, and special guests who made camp such a success. Please be proud of your contributions; together we fulfilled the dreams of many young magicians worldwide!

We want to give a warm thank you to Camp Tamarack, Camp White Pine, and Camp Northland for being our gracious hosts over the years.

Furthermore, we send a huge thank you to all the parents who gave us a chance and chose to send their children to Magic Camp. We are grateful every day for the positive impact Sorcerers Safari continues to have on the lives of so many.

It’s been an honor and a privilege to have facilitated such special experiences. As we built our camp family together, we created something larger than life. Over the years, we have watched strangers become lifelong friends, and then lifelong friends become family. Without a doubt, the past twenty years have been nothing short of magical.

We hope and expect that the relationships forged up at camp will continue to thrive and we look forward to following the successes of all of our campers and staff in the years to come.

Finally, as this chapter in magic closes, a brand new one begins. The pages are blank; we’re excited to see what the future generations of magicians will write. Having spent time with many individuals included in those generations up at camp, we’re guessing it will be even more amazing than the last!

And so we know that Sorcerers Safari will live on, forever. With all our love, Mike and Jen Segal

card class sorcerers safariI’m very happy that the Segals gave the Close clan the opportunity to participate in camp. It was a transformative experience for both the campers and the staff. The ability to share information and to challenge ideas and preconceptions in the natural beauty of the Canadian northland was invigorating and inspiring. I looked forward to camp every year, and I’ll miss that camaraderie. Thanks, Mike and Jen, and best wishes for all your future projects. – Michael Close

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