As Dennison Days 2013 draws closer on the calendar, The Dennison Lions Club is busy putting together this years schedule of events.
Many events and activities are returning to the annual festival. And a reminder to those that wish to participate in the annual parade should contact Lions President Duwain Egland and get registered to be in the line up this year. Another event, sure to entertain the local crowd will be the Dennison Family Feud. Hosted by Lions Member, Darla and friends, this years “game show” will be sure to make you laugh as several local families “feud” for prizes and surprises. Last year, the festival featured the “Not So Newlywed Game” and was a crowd hit! Dennison Family Feud should prove to be just as entertaining. Also joining the afternoon line up will be Twin Cities Magician Matt Dunn.
Matt Dunn has been performing magic since he was six. Six! Why is he still now performing full time? Because the magic, the humor, the ENTERTAINMENT was so good, people told him he would be nuts if he stopped. The proof is in the number of shows he has performed to date, thousands, and he is only 28! The popularity of his show has taken him all over Minnesota and to a number of other states. Today he is one of the busiest magicians in the Twin Cities and is a must have at anyone’s event. Two summers at a magic camp in California with some of today’s most respected magicians raced him to the top of his game just as he began college at the University of St. Thomas. Matt graduated in the spring of 2005 with a degree in entrepreneurship. With a degree not many have heard of, a job that intrigues anyone, and a growing popular attraction Scream Town, Matt is an interesting one to talk to. It’s clearly not Matt that’s doing most of the talking though. It is the Twin Cities saying, You have to have him.
This fun family event, hosted by The Lions Club will be held under the Mainstreet tent. Showtime is 4 PM.
This is a free event, however the Lions Club will be asking for food shelf donations from those in attendance of the show to support area food shelves.