This is the online home of The Omaha Magical Society, Assembly #7 of the Society of American Magicians.

The Omaha Magical Society is the oldest magic club in Nebraska, and the only club in Omaha.

Please have a look around our site, and contact us with any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing you at one of our events!

Joining the Omaha Magical Society, S.A.M. Assembly #7

The Omaha Magical Society was founded in 1921. It was the seventh Assembly established by the Society of American Magicians. When founded, our charter was signed by the President of the S.A.M., the great Harry Houdini.

Throughout the year, the Society provides many events and productions:

  • Magic teaching lectures
  • The Wizard’s Banquet
  • The annual Magic Show and Picnic for Boy’s Town
  • The monthly Flash Paper newsletter
  • Membership directory
  • Our fantastic magic library

Guests of the Omaha Magical Society are welcome to attend any of our regular meetings upon invitation from a current member. Please contact us if you do not know any of our current members.

When applying for membership, applicants are invited to perform five minutes of magic in front of our current members at any of our meetings. You will not be expected to perform at your first meeting with us.

You will then be asked to recite the Oath of the Omaha Magical Society, a pledge to honor the secrets of magic and to promote the art of magic to others.

The dues to be a member of the Omaha Magical Society are only $20.00 per year.

Joining the Society of American Magicians (S.A.M.)

For those of you who are not members of our parent organization, the Society of American Magicians, please consider joining. 

  • Membership in the S.A.M. allows you to hold office in the Omaha Magical Society.
  • The magazine M-U-M (Magic-Unity-Might) contains many articles, magic routines, and reviews of magic products.

Apply online at the S.A.M. website today!

Joining the Society of Young Magicians (S.Y.M.)

Omaha is home to the Society of Young Magicians’ Assembly 144.

More information is available on the SYM Y144 page.