Come see Magic Marc perform to benefit Savannah Children’s Museum, April 18

Magic Marc to benefit Savannah Children's Museum Georgia State Railroad MuseumMagic Marc at Tricentennial Park in Savannah features magic shows for all ages to benefit Savannah Children’s Museum on Saturday, April 18th.

Coastal Heritage Society in Savannah and Coca-Cola are proud to present Magic Marc at Tricentennial Park. With a passion for entertaining and a flair for illusion, Magic Marc’s shows will delight children and adults alike. Two feature performances will be offered, focusing on magication, a blend of magic and education.

Magic Marc at Tricentennial Park will take place at Georgia State Railroad Museum in Savannah Tickets are $20 per person and may be purchased at the museum the day of the event. Magic Marc will perform two all-ages shows on Saturday, April 18th at 12PM and 4PM, and proceeds from the event will benefit Savannah Children’s Museum.

Don’t blink, or you’ll miss this extraordinary Magic Marc event.

About Magic Marc:
Magic Marc is the host and executive producer of The Magic Marc Show, a family-oriented children’s show on WTOC-TV in Savannah that serves as a teaching opportunity for topics such as manners, kindness and giving. He has performed for celebrities, corporate gatherings and schools around the country, as seen on Sesame Street and the Oprah Winfrey Show, and has appeared on shows on BET and HGTV. He is also the author of The Magic of Giving (Pelican), a children’s book that encourages kids to develop their abilities and use their talents to help not only themselves but others.

About Coastal Heritage Society:
The mission of Coastal Heritage Society is to preserve the cultural heritage of coastal Georgia and adjacent regions and to provide relevant educational experiences for the public. Coastal Heritage Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation founded in 1975, and operates five historic museums including Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah Children’s Museum, Savannah History Museum & Battlefield Memorial Park, Old Fort Jackson and Pin Point Heritage Museum.

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