Alchemy Class is about to begin!
Magical Secrets are about to be shared!
Enter the Alchemy Laboratory of Ed the Wizard. Watch, volunteer, and learn as we perform vanishes, transfigurations, and other feats of magic with everyday items found at home.
Ed the Wizard's Alchemy Laboratory!
This program is ideal for grades 1-12. Using three of the four Classical Greek Elements, Earth, Wind, Water, (sorry, no Fire), learn how to change the properties of water, look though solid objects, and defy gravity.

Students are challenged with questions about Alchemy, Scientific Principles, and their general knowledge of the physical world.

Volunteers are chosen to help with each routine while all will see how the routines are performed and learn why they work.

Each workshop is design to fit your schedule, from 30-90 minutes. For maximum efficiency, single classroom size groups work best.

A copy of "Ed the Wizard's Alchemy Laboratory" book is left behind for future reference.
"This was better than more than half of our other programs, music being the exception! You were wonderful; you made the science connection interesting and simple. We want 2 more copies of your book!"
Thank you for your Alchemy/Magic program. The combination of science and magic worked very well. I am sure that some of our audience members went home and tried some of the tricks you taught them. My daughter is still doing the silver ball trick.
Kirsten Webb: Millville Free Public Library, 2014
“I think that they were mesmerized!”
Mary Ellen Siniak: Seekonk Public Library, 2014
Stephanie Wolflink, Head of Children's Services Winchester public Library, 2014
“Honestly? I wasn’t sure what to expect, but seeing happy faces exiting the program and ASKING for your book was great. I liked your home made set, very creative. You were our second most popular program, behind the Princesses! Sorry Ed.”
Jessica Block, Youth Services Taunton Public Library, 2014
“I thoroughly enjoyed your program, as did our patrons. The kids were inquisitive and mesmerized by your talent.”
Linda Slate, Youth Services Librarian Jonathan Trumbull Library, Lebanon CT, 2014