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This youth circus program is about teaching kids to be more brave, not less afraid

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What’s a ‘social’ circus, you ask? ‘Social circus’ is a program and philosophy that aims to empower youth using circus props: juggling balls, hula hoops, aerial silks, and more. And now it’s come to St. John’s. As program instructor Danielle Knustgraichen says, “there is a prop for everybody, and every body, a prop and a skill that helps them realize just how strong and capable they are.” Knustgraichen’s social circus program is organized through Thrive, a community youth network in St. John’s, and supported by local circus studio Cirque’letics. With ten youth participants across the gender spectrum, Knustgraichen teaches circus arts skills including juggling, hula hooping, and acrobatics, supported by health care professionals and social workers from Thrive. A main goal of the program, which is offered through a series of 20 weekly classes, is to teach participants risk-assessment. The program guides youth to discover their own boundaries and abilities…

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The circus is coming to town

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“Cirkzilla” is an energetic, accessible, highly entertaining theatrical circus that appeals to audiences of all ages and gives them a real taste of a modern, animal-free circus. Our new show is a celebration of circus arts and physical expression all propelled by funky music, and incredible sets and costumes. Our troupe of international and local artists features 11 skilled, dedicated professional performers and 3 technicians under experienced artistic and musical direction.” The theatrical circus is for all ages and gives audiences a taste of a modern, animal-free circus; it includes aerial acts, stilt walkers, aboriginal and contemporary hoop dancing, and much more. Click the link below to see when you can catch the circus in your town. Source: VOCM

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