Thank you for visiting. Raynbow D. Clown serves the greater Madison, Wisconsin area, offering clown ministry , as well as entertaining at parties, picnics, corporate events and special library and school shows in Wisconsin. Click on any of the links to the right, email Raynbow D Clown, aka. Tom Raymond, call me at (608) 437-1572 to book your event or read some of the testimonials below. I look forward to talking to you soon!
Raynbow the Clown has been performing for many years, and has done quite a few things, ranging from singing telegrams to performing at wedding receptions (a great way to keep the kids occupied, by the way) to twisting balloon animals at shopping malls. However, the things that he does most commonly are:
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Raynbow the magic clown
aka. Tom Raymond
~The funniest children’s entertainer in Mount Horeb, serving southern Wisconsin
A friend asked me to make a balloon dragon as a prize in a Trivia contest that she’s a part of — so here’s my second attempt. I showed her the first attempt a week ago so she could do photos, post on Facebook, etc. But to be sure that he’s not deflated, here’s the second attempt. Dragon #2 has a serpentine neck, much larger tail, and larger wings.
If you’d like a special balloon creation for your special event, contact us at (608) 437-1572
Earlier today, my wife & I were out running errands, and we stopped at a Taco Bell to get a little food. When we ordered, the lady over the intercom sounded like she was having a hard day. So, while we waited, I pulled some balloons out of my pocket and twisted her a simple tulip balloon.
When we came up to the drive-in window, in addition to our money I gave her the flower. Her face lit up, and she even threw a couple of desert items into our order, free of charge 🙂
Some photos from last night – I assisted my clown friend, Doc the Rube (we’re both active in the Asbury Clown Ministry group) at the Learning Night at the Waunakee Prairie Elementary School, doing 3 sessions on an introduction to making balloon animals.