Byron Health Center To Host ‘A Night Of Magic’

Byron Health Center will host ‘A Night of Magic’ on Wednesday, March 8th, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. and the magic starting at 7:00 p.m. Members of The Fort Wayne Magic Club will hit the stage for this multi-focus magical event in the Byron Health Center Eakin Family Room, 12101 Lima Rd on the north side of Fort Wayne.

Residents, guests, staff and their families will enjoy a distinctive magic show designed with the entire family in mind. The parents will have as much fun, if not more, than their children. ‘A Night of Magic’ is open to the public and admission is free.

The magicians plan on interacting with the crowd prior to and during ‘A Night of Magic’. Attendees will delight in the ‘up close and personal’ card tricks, illusions and other fun presentations. The show is sure to keep everyone wondering and talking about it for days afterwards. “A Night of Magic will be a great event for families to enjoy an evening out together,” said Nichole Miller, Byron Health Center’s Director of Life Enrichment. “It’s also a great event for introducing audiences to live magic entertainment. The families will be absolutely enthralled with The Fort Wayne Magic Club and their unique mix of comedy and magic.”

Some complimentary refreshments will be available during the performance. Seating is limited, so it’s recommended that those interested in attending please arrive early to secure a good spot. A Night of Magic will last approximately one hour.

Byron Health Center provides compassionate long-term care for adults with complex needs including physical, mental, emotional and neurological services. Each resident is recognized as an individual who seeks and deserves to reach his or her optimal potential. Byron Health Center and Miller’s Place continue a tradition of over 160 years of serving the long-term health care needs of Indiana residents. Byron Health Center is licensed to provide intermediate and skilled nursing care while Miller’s Place provides assisted living services to individuals who are more independent and are able to live in a residential setting.