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Rainy Day Revival Presents: Museum of Marvelous Mutations “The World’s Largest Traveling Freak Show”:
From the beginning of time, life itself has been a mystery. Men have spent lifetimes deciphering God’s plan and Mother Nature's abilities. Somewhere between science and faith, we all stand mystified by the odd, the strange, and the unusual. We have become accustomed to the physical makeup in which most animals are born, but sometimes Mother Nature throws a curve ball and creates a mystery. See the world’s largest traveling collection of real life mutations. Be amazed at the true anomalies. Be mesmerized as you stroll through our maze of creatures that seem not of this world: animals with two heads, real cyclops beasts, and animals with multiple limbs. Experience a fairy tale come true, and witness first-hand what no one else will easily believe. Never has a freak show this huge, this amazing, and this extravagant ever hit the oddities circuit. If you loved last year’s show, you definitely don’t want to miss this year’s!
*This show is not only entertaining, but educational. This is a walk-through booth with no specific times. It is very tasteful and appropriate for all ages. Children 5 and under free with an adult ticket.
Two-Headed Duckling Taxidermy Class:
Join us for our two headed duckling taxidermy class hosted by Heather Clark of Sleeping Sirens. From total novice to experienced taxidermist, everyone is welcome to partake. Build your two headed duckling mount from scratch with hands on help and a comprehensive walkthrough guide. Your duckling specimen, tools/supplies, and creative goodies are supplied - just bring yourself and your imagination. All specimens are sustainably sourced, NOTHING was killed for the sake of the class or the O&C Expo.
Class is from 10am - 4pm (possibly earlier end time) Two 15 minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch allow you to still have plenty of time to shop the expo. Class price and ticketing are per person, no sharing is allowed. Each person in class must have a ticket. Students under 18 are encouraged but require parent or legal guardian permission. Parents or legal guardians of students that are 16 or under may accompany the student in the classroom, but we need to know in advance.