Performance series promises to bend gravity
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WILMINGTON– Downtown Wilmington will host the latest in its “9&100@4” performance series this Saturday, July 27, at 4 pm, in River Bank Park. This week’s performance is a one-of-a-kind breathtaking performance of object manipulation choreographed to music. Eric Girardi’s Bending Gravity performances aim to bring once stagnant objects to life as art in motion. Girardi has performed at hundreds of festivals, fairs, trade shows, school programs, and had many television appearances.

About the 9&100@4 series of events: Most events will take place at 4 pm and the series is being called “9&100@4” to refer to both the location and time of the events. The events are paid for by a grant from both the town of Wilmington and the Wilmington Fund VT, intending to exhibit downtown Wilmington as a vibrant spot for shopping, dining, and gathering. See the Wilmington Works Facebook page for information on future events: www.facebook.com/wilmingtonworks.

See www.bendinggravity.com for more information about Girardi and his performances. Come on down to Wilmington, see the show, do some shopping, and grab a bite to eat. Special promotional offers available for all who visit the event.

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