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The Miracle Field Magic Show will be held this Saturday, November from 12:00 to 2:30 p.m. at the Webster Parks & Recreation Cafeteria on Chiyoda Road in Webster.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children with all of the proceeds to benefit the ongoing construction at the Miracle Field site in Webster.

Rich the Magic Man will perform at the fundraiser, which will also double as a birthday celebration for Rich, who is turning 60. “We’re going to try to get as many people there as we can,” he said. “It’s going to be a magical event. I am psyched, psyched, psyched, psyched, psyched! So, I just want everybody to come out and support the event because it’s all about people, right, and doing something magical.”

In addition to the magic show, there will be balloon animals, temporary tattos, 50/50 raffles, a raffle auction, pizza, soda and a visit from Santa!

The Miracle Field, which opened in August of 2017 at Ridge Park in Webster, is a fully adaptive playing surface that is used by Challenger Baseball teams from around the region, as well as other sporting events for children and young adults with mental and/or physical challenges.

“We’ll always be raising money,” said Ron Kampff, President of the Miracle Field of Greater Rochester. “We want to get money to build this great barrier free playground that will benefit not just athletes that use the Miracle Field but all of the kids with all kinds of abilities to come out to a playground that’s accessible for all. It’s inclusive and it’s just going to be the finishing touch on the Miracle Field project.”

You can get your tickets at the door on Saturday, or ahead of time online at

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