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We love circus arts. The colorful fun, high flying trapeze & silks & lyra people, belly busting--laugh inducing clowns, Chinese Pole climbers, acrobats, jugglers, gym wheel, and other mad skills make the circus one of our favorite types of shows. My own kids, now 9 & 11, have been very involved with CircEsteem for two years and have advanced to their pre-team, learned to juggle, and taken classes in aerial arts (Spanish web, lyra, silks, trapeze), Chinese Pole, and basic "Saturday circus buffet"--a smorgasbord of skills.
We highly recommend checkin' out their summer camp, and classes. They also run great birthday parties!
CircEsteem has 6 performances of their big, annual spring show starting May 11th (Sagezilla's birthday). Click here for all the details and to reserve your tickets in advance!
Advanced tickets are $15 for adults and $8 for kids and can be purchased online. Special reserved front row seats are $35. Limited reserved parking is available for $20.
Join us for a Benefit Reception on Friday May 11th at 6:00 pm. Proceeds from the benefit will help underwrite CircEsteem's Scholarship Fund.
For more info visit www.CircEsteem.org
Click here to purchase tickets.
Check out CircEsteem on ChiIL Mama's YouTube Channel here for 8 original videos, including live show footage and our interview with CircEsteem's Executive Director, Maribeth Joy, below.
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*Disclaimer: We've bartered videography, photography, writing & volunteer hours with CircEsteem for reduced class rates and tickets for give aways, but all opinions expressed are our own.
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