Free ‘Magic of the Miracle’ show set for Saturday at Walker Valley
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Magician Martin Lübcke, an award-winning illusionist from Berlin, Germany, will perform a free show at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Walker Valley High School Auditorium as part of his “Magic of the Miracle” tour.

Lübcke has embarked on a seven-city tour through the Southeast. This is thefirst time his magic will be available to audiences outside of major cities.

Lübcke’s U.S. tour is sponsored in part by the consulate general of the Federal Republic of Germany, the official representation of Germany in the Southeastern United States.

Throughout the years Montessori Kinder and mk plus German Language School in Cleveland have been developing ties with the German consulate general in Atlanta.

As a result of this relationship and the growing German-speaking population in the Tennessee Valley, the consulate decided to include Cleveland and Bradley County in the 2012 “Magic of the Miracle” tour.

Montessori Kinder founder and director Brigitta Hoeferle said, “This is a magic act that you would usually only see in the big cities. The fact that Martin and the consulate chose Cleveland as a leg on the tour shows how relevant our area has become in terms of transatlantic relations.”