Welcome to Make It Magic!
Welcome to Make it Magic! est. 1992 MAGIC!
Betty Baldwin, aka.
Rick Starkey Rick has been doing magic since he was in the 7th grade. After high school he worked for Ripley's International in the magic shop at the "World of the Unexplained" museum in Gatlinburg TN. He has performed various shows for children in schools and even in day care and head start classes.
Rick is also a musician and songwriter, in his "Safety Rulz" concert he uses magic between songs to help demonstrate the importance of safety. He currently performs magic on a daily basis at Make It Magic where he demonstrates and suggests magic tricks to customers.
visit Safety Rulz
Tylor loves close up and street magic. He loves to entertain children and families. Ask him to show the UFO with alien eggs....
Twinkles and Rick also educate as well as entertain!
Walters State Community College
The Talented and Gifted Program was initiated by Walters State Community College in April of 1982. The program’s inception was the result of a request by the Superintendent of Cocke County Schools proposing that Walters State Community College design an instructional program to provide enrichment activities geared toward gifted students in the upper East Tennessee area.
Now in the 29th year, T.A.G. 2011 – with a projected enrollment of over 500 from 13 area public school systems, private schools and home school cooperatives – consists of approximately 35 programs designed to stimulate and challenge East Tennessee’s gifted students from the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades. The classes are instructed by area experts and will be conducted in such a manner as to encourage student participation in hands-on activities, as well as oral participation.
The staff of the Office of Community & Economic Development at Walters State Community College, along with T.A.G. 2011 faculty members, is pleased to have the opportunity to work with area educators in implementing and presenting this program on an annual basis.
Make it Magic – Magic is a performing art that entertains an audience by creating illusions of impossible or supernatural feats, using purely natural means. Students will learn slight of hand tricks, illusions, and how to make those adorable animals from balloons
Learn Secrets of Songwriting, Comics and Magicians
State’s Community and Economic Development Office is offering several
new classes designed for would-be entertainers in the area. One student
comedian will even win the chance to perform live at the Comedy Barn in
Gatlinburg Magic Shop
Make It Magic
1120 Glades Rd.
Gatlinburg TN 37738