Performance: Magique Bazaar on September 13th!

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Join us this Tuesday 13th September at 7:15 pm for the longest-running magic show in the Bay Area, led by a quick-witted master of sleight of hand and grand illusion — Majinga the Magician with Magic Genii, Mystical Maya, Lolo, and the cast of the Magique Bazaar — returning to the Improv for a full evening-length show that attracts new and loyal fans show after show.

Return to the era of 19th century steam power a la HG Wells. Celebrate the industrial age and the intricate workings of the machines that brought us into the modern age!

Special guests: House of Inanna Belly Dance and The Great Humble Hughdini

Be a part of our magical family for an evening of mystery, laughter, magic, spectacle, music, and circus arts! Experience the world of magic + unique = magique!

Doors open 7:15pm. Arrive early for good seats and to catch close-up magic at your table.

* Please note: there is a 2 item minimum from the Improv menu.

Parking Tip: There is a Pavillion Garage at 150 S 2nd St. It is a flat rate (less than $10) if you enter after 6pm 🙂

Performance: San Jose Mini Maker Faire on September 4th!

House of Inanna is thrilled to bring synchronized group American Tribal Style® dance to the 2nd Annual San Jose Mini Maker Faire! Each dance performance is improvised, so each is also uniquely crafted — like many of the other items and experiences you’ll encounter at Maker Faire! We will be performing from 3:00 to 3:45 pm on the Plaza stage.

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The Mini Maker Faire will run from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on Sunday 4 September 2016 at History Park on 1650 Senter Road in San Jose, CA. Expect to see around 70+ makers, sponsors, and partners; and over 2,000 attendees!

San Jose Mini Maker Faire  is a History San José organized event that is part of the global Maker Faire network created by MAKE Magazine. Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth — a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker Movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making, and share what they are learning. Makers are of all ages and backgrounds, ranging from tech enthusiasts to crafters to homesteaders to scientists to garage tinkerers. The aim of Maker Faire is to entertain, inform, connect, and grow this community.