Try a circus arts class, on us
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Tommy Tomlins performs a juggling act.
Tommy Tomlins performs a juggling act.
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BRATTLEBORO- The New England Center for Circus Arts is offering a free sample class on Tuesday, February 21, from 6 to 7 pm. Classes are for people ages 8 through adult. The class is being offered at 74 Cotton Mill Hill.

If you haven’t tried any circus classes yet, or have a friend who would like to give NECCA a try, please join us for a free sample class. Try juggling, trapeze, aerial fabric, balancing, and so much more.

Try some of the circus toys, learn some acrobatics, and even some tricks. No pre-registration is required, but attendance is limited so we suggest arriving a little early. For more information visit www.necenterforcircusarts.org/learn/adult2.

Don’t miss the Juggle Jam every Tuesday from 7:30 to 8:55 pm; there are some Friday evenings and Sunday jams. This is an open juggling practice session hosted by NECCA’s juggling instructors. Come practice juggling, find other people to juggle with, share skills, and learn something new. Some props will be provided or bring your own. No experience is required and beginners are strongly encouraged to attend.

Anyone, ages 12 and over, is welcome, along with all levels.

Be sure to visit the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/1510970322522676.

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