Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Overland Trail Museum Event-Today...March 15

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If you're looking for a fun, informative and entertaining program to keep the kids occupied during the upcoming spring break, you'll want to check out the all-new "Johnny Cash Was Here!" children's program at the Overland Trail Museum. This event is designed for children ages 5-12 and will be held on Wednesday, March 15th from 1-3 in the afternoon. In addition to Johnny Cash, this program will also focus on some other famous celebrities who made their way to Sterling through the years, including Johnny's Grand Ole Opry co-star, Minnie Pearl, the very famous and inspirational Helen Keller and one of our most famous and illustrious presidents-Teddy Roosevelt!

Participants will not only learn all about these famous individuals who all visited Sterling, but they will also engage in some fun activities related to these celebrities, highlighted by the "Johnny Cash Karaoke" Sing-a-long! And since Johnny Cash was known as the "Man in Black," kids are encouraged, but not required, to wear black clothing.

The regular museum admission of $1.50 for children and $3.00 for attending parents and guardians does apply, and space is limited, so reservations are required-so be sure and "Walk the Line" to the nearest phone and call the museum at 522-3895 to reserve a spot before this program, like most of Johnny Cash's concerts, is sold out!