Two performers from the 8th annual Green Fools Circus Camp show off their aerial skills during an hour-long performance on May 12 at the Thornhill Gym. The camp takes place over 5 days for youth between the ages of 8 to 19 and showcases various circus acts including rope walking, stilts, unicycle, aerial silks and clowning. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Circus camp takes flight in Terrace

This was the 8th year the Green Fools youth camp came into town

Performers from the 8th annual Green Fools Circus Camp conducted a 90-minute show on May 12 at the gym of the prior Thornhill Elementary Jr. building. The camp takes place over 5 days for youth between the ages of 8 to 19 and showcases various circus acts including rope walking, stilts, unicycle, aerial silks and clowning.


 


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(Brittany Gervais photo) Performers from the 8th annual Green Fools Circus Camp take a bow at the end of their show on May 12 at the Thornhill Gym. The camp takes place over 5 days for youth between the ages of 8 to 19 and showcases various circus acts including rope walking, stilts, unicycle, aerial silks and clowning.

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