Check out the new space
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This student learns some aerial skills.
This student learns some aerial skills.
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Brattleboro- New England Center for Circus Arts has been working hard to get its brand new space ready for expanded programming this fall. The coaches and administrative team are excited to report that equipment has been installed, inspected, checked, and re-checked, and is now ready for climbing, flipping, and training of every kind. With a new in-ground trampoline, a modular levels tramp wall, and an indoor high flying trapeze there is a lot of new to see as well as the familiar NECCA that the community knows as a place to do and see circus.

NECCA welcomes the public to come check it all out during a special community Open House on Saturday, August 26, from 2 to 4 pm. Watch flying trapeze, try juggling, take a guided tour of the new building while you decide which of the many classes you would like to test out. There will be refreshments, a chance to enter a free raffle to win a flying trapeze class, circus demonstrations, and opportunities to talk to coaches and students to learn more about what NECCA has to offer.

Fall class sign-ups are now open. To see a full list or to register go to www.necenterforcircusarts.org. For more information call (802) 254-9780.
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