The La Crosse Children's Museum did some serious clowning around compliments of Clown Camp. Around 50 clowns attending the week long camp at Viterbo University stopped in for two hours of entertainment time. The clowns offered up their various skills including face painting, juggling and plenty of pie throwing. According to Elaine Vercellone, a clown for almost thirty years, it's just something you love to do.
"It's a calling that comes to you. You see the light up of people's faces. It doesn't matter how old or young you are. Everybody needs to smile," she said.
Vercellone performs as "Daisy D. Dots".