|Children's Magicfest 2019 Set At The YMCA|
Free Admission, Too
This winter school holiday, Alleghany Highlands families are in for some enchanting indoor fun with the 2019 Childrenâ€™s Magicfest at the Alleghany Highlands YMCA in Covington, on Saturday, December 28 from 1 pm to 4 pm.
Escape the cold into an enthralling winter wonderland with your children to the YMCAâ€™s spacious gym where a magical event awaits â€“ a comedy/magician, Chris Michael will amaze you with his magic. There will be bounce houses, face painting by Lacy Meyer, Travis the â€śBalloon Dudeâ€ť with some awesome balloon tricks. Travis is sponsored by Wright Way Motors. There will also be the Alleghany Highlands Community Services staff with popcorn, Small Town Icees cotton candy, local churches with carnival games, Sharon Elementary K-Kids, Crawford Photography, Lewis Gale Alleghany with the â€śmagic lightâ€ť, special surprises and more.
The first 50 children to attend will receive a magician hat and wand. Other surprise gifts will be given throughout the festival. Chris will be giving away tickets to his Saturday evening magic show at the Masonic Theatre. Check Chris out at crismikemagic.com.
The event is 180 minutes of non-stop funÂ - ideal for ages 5 to 11. For more details, call the Y at 962-9622.
Chris will be performing December 28 @ 7:00 p.m. at the Historic Masonic Theatre. Those tickets can be purchased at the Masonic Theatre.
This event is brought to you by the Fincastle Baptist Church and the Alleghany Highlands YMCA. Also helping to sponsor this event through donations are Temple Baptist Church in Covington, Granbery Memorial United Methodist Church in Covington, and the Wesleyan/Warren Fellowship members from the Central United Methodist Church in Clifton Forge, Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce, the Red Lantern Inn, Laura Pasco, Dorothy Jackson, Cheryl Ferland, Tina Lane, Regina Shumaker, Gary Wilcher, Karen Buzzard, James Corson, Greg Reynolds, RSP Consulting, Darlene Thomas, Wright Way Motors, Fast Break BP in Clifton Forge and the Millboro General Store. These donations make this a free admission community event.