Center offers public a sample circus class
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BRATTLEBORO- On Saturday, September 7, the public is welcome to sample a class at the New England Center for Circus Arts. The studio will be open to visitors from 2 to 3 pm (age 1 1/2 - 7 plus parents) and 3 to 4 pm (age 8 - adult). The open house is specifically geared for anyone who has ever been curious about circus and wants to try out the activities and see what might be a fit for them. All ages and all abilities are welcome.

The fun will include trapeze, juggling, low wire, aerial silks, German wheel (for adults), and hula hooping. NECCA’s experienced staff will be on hand to teach and answer questions.

NECCA is offering some exciting new classes this fall, including Aerial Yoga, which is a low-impact way to stretch and tone and is excellent for not-so-young bodies. The oldest students are in their 80s, so it really is for everyone.

The sample class open house on September 7 is free and no preregistration is required, but all children under the age of 18 must either have a parent present to sign a waiver, or download a waiver from the NECCA website.

For more information call (802) 254-9780 or visit www.necenterforcircusarts.org.
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