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Steve Trash performs at Russellville Public Library Friday

Steve Trash, globe-trotting magician, “Rockin’ Eco Hero” and Frog Pond resident, will perform his magic show at Russellville Public Library July 30 at 2 p.m.

Trash is also the star of “Steve Trash Science” on PBS. He always encourages his young audiences to “be good, be amazing and don’t be mean.”

“This is our first time having him at the library,” said Ashley Cummins, director of the Russellville Public Library. “We’re really excited to have this opportunity to see Steve Trash perform his show for us. This will be the big finish for the year for our summer reading program events. Come enjoy the magic, laughter and fun.”

There is no charge to attend the event, and it is open to all ages.

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