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Clowns take over Albany Mall

What do clowns, tigers and camels have in common? They're all at the Albany Mall. No not shopping, they're in town because of the Cole Brother's Circus.

Where else can you find entertainment like this? Maybe Atlanta, but you can keep that gas money and stay right here in Albany.

The Cole Brothers Circus is celebrating, over a hundred years, of putting smiles on people's faces. You can expect to see the clowns and exotic animals as usual.

They plan to have those death defying stunts, we have all come to love. It's a safe fun for the whole entire family.

The show times are 4:30 and 7:30, September 18 through the 19th.

 

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