JMAM brings children’s entertainer to school
by Hawkins Teague
Mar 12, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 28 28 recommendations | email to a friend | print
As part of its tenth anniversary celebration, the Janice Mason Art Museum has hired a popular children’s entertainer to perform three shows at Trigg County Primary School. The museum found “Campfire” Kevin Holladay through the Kentucky Arts Council’s performing arts directory.

“‘Campfire’ Kevin Holladay is an award-winning storyteller and singer/songwriter who combines years of experience as a classroom teacher, touring circus clown, and theatre professional into a performance style like no other,” the KAC website reads. “From theme-based educational programming to all out entertainment, Campfire Kev has over 20 shows that promote reading, science, history, and a love of life-long learning. With his special blend of story, song, magic, and madcap merriment, he has thrilled and delighted audiences of all ages from sea to shining sea.”

The first two shows will be for kindergarten, first and second grades (primary students) and will take place during the school day on March 20. A performance couldn’t be done for the intermediate school because those students are testing that day. That night, the public is invited to come to a different show.

With about 20 different shows in his repertoire, Holladay will be doing “Clowning Around With Kevin Holladay” for the primary students.

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