Learn about ‘The Science of Perception Deception’ on March 6

Does your brain have a mind of its own? Learn how about “Mind Games: The Science of Perception Deception” on Wednesday, March 6, at the St. Charles Public Library.

In this engaging program, magician, storyteller, and author William Pack explores the real science of how our brains trick us into seeing and believing things that don’t exist.

Experience how optical illusions work, why people fall for scams, and how we make thousands of subconsciously-influenced choices every day. You will leave with proven scientific, practical techniques to preserve brain health.

Born and raised in Chicago, Pack has over 30 years of performing experience. At an early age, he discovered Chicago’s Back of the Yards branch library and fell in love with words. The books he read opened up new and different worlds for him. He got his first job in a magic shop at the age of 11 and he has been performing ever since.

The program will begin at 7 p.m. in the Huntley Community Room at the library, 1 S. Sixth Ave. To register, visit or call (630) 584-0076.

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