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In a safe, friendly and supportive environment explore the joy and fun of circus. Celebrate the hula hoop, discover the joy of balance, engage with spinning plates, juggle one scarf or more, move with poi, dance with ribbon and adventure with diablo or circus sticks.

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“Kinda circus was a great way to discover the true meaning of circus – an inclusive art, where skills are developed gradually – but more importantly, a place for kids (and their families!) to explore and collaborate together. We had so much fun and would recommend it to anyone looking for an alternative to restrictive ideas about what kids with or without special needs should be doing!”
Jacqui Wan

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Kinda Circus

Circus workshop series for 2-5yr olds with & without disabilities

In a safe, friendly and supportive environment explore the joy and fun of circus. Celebrate the hula hoop, discover the joy of balance, engage with spinning plates, juggle one scarf or more, move with poi, dance with ribbon and adventure with diablo or circus sticks.

Playing at circus will assist the development of gross motor and fine motor skills, give opportunities to practice co- operation and will facilitate confidence and laughter.

Traditionally, circus has been a place of inclusion; so bring dad or mum, an older sibling/ friend and they can play too!

Workshop Dates

Tuesday July 16th – Tuesday September 17th, 2013 (10 weeks)

Workshop Times
9:30-10:30am

Where

Connect Studios, Connection Arcade Darcy St Parramatta
Closest accessible station is Parramatta (2 mins walk away)

Cost

$10/ workshop. Upfront fee preferred. FIRST WORKSHOP FREE.

Further enquiries

Sophie ClausenĀ on 8839 3368 or [email protected]

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