Clarksville, TN – Magic at the Museum returns just in time for Christmas to the Customs House Museum. Sponsored by Better Homes and Garden Real Estate, children of all ages will be entertained with balloon tricks, face painting and an incredible stage show featuring magician Russ Nowack.
The fun begins at 2:00pm when the Customs House opens its doors for a free tour of the museum, while children get their faces painted and watch balloon artists shape their favorite balloon character.
Then at 3:00pm, magician Russ Nowack will put on a fabulous stage show, featuring some of the best “Hocus Pocus” anywhere. Russ is a former Fort Campbell soldier who has entertained thousands, and has been a featured performer at this event before.
Magic at the Museum is produced by Bonehead Promotions, in partnership with Wjzm 1400am, Clarksville Online, Discover Clarksville and the Customs House Museum. The December 17th event is a fundraiser for Radical Mission Ministries, a local charity helping the less fortunate with clothing, food, and counseling. Radical Mission is a ministry of the First Church of the Nazarene. Tickets are only $10.00 each, and all proceeds benefit Radical Mission.
Magic at the Museum is designed to raise money for local charity, plus bring more awareness to the Customs House Museum, and the local businesses who support their community. Maurice and Terri Vaughn of Better Homes and Garden, and their agents, have been committed to their community for years, and realize the benefit of giving back.
“We’ve always been involved in Clarksville. Clarksville has been very good to me and my family.”, said Vaughn. “My wife Terri and I are excited about Magic at the Museum, and the Customs House. We have kids and grand-kids who have enjoyed the museum for years.”
Tickets are available at the Customs House Museum, Better Homes and Garden Real Estate, and at www.boneheadpromotions.com. Listen to 1400am WJZM, Clarksville’s only news talk sports radio station, and look for updates at www.clarksvilleonline.com.
You can learn more about the Customs House Museum at www.customshousemuseum.org.