Kory Aversa Philadelphia School of Circus Arts Trapeze Kids Instead of sitting at home, children can run off and join the circus during winter break!  Philadelphia School of Circus Arts (PSCA) presents “Kids Day at the Circus” on Tuesday, December 28, 2010 and Wednesday, December 29, 2010.  The workshop runs three times per day, at 10:30am, 12:30pm and 2:00pm.  Each day, children five to fifteen years old can try everything from climbing ropes, tightwire, rolling globes and more.  All workshops will take place at PSCA, 5900A Greene Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144.

“Kids Day at the Circus” is a full day of PSCA’s new introductory workshops created especially for kids.  Children will try climbing ropes, flying on the trapeze, gliding on the fabrics, walking on the tightwire, standing on the rolling globe, and juggling.   They will receive an introductory lesson in each activity and be able to try real circus equipment. 

The workshop will be broken down into age groups, proving children with the opportunity to learn with others of a similar age and skill set.  The age groups are as follows:  five and six year olds, seven through ten year olds, and eleven through fifteen year olds.  

 “Kids Day at the Circus” workshops $20 per child.  Advanced reservations are required for all workshops by visiting www.phillycircus.com

Philadelphia School for Circus Arts is located in the heart of Germantown and Mt. Airy, at 5900A Greene Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144.  Parking is free in the PSCA parking lot on Rittenhouse Street.  For more information, visit www.phillycircus.com or call (215) 849-1991.


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