Circus After School Program at 

Florence Rideout Elementary School

Spring 2018

Call Us: 1-413-313-1778

Email: AfterSchool@FlyingGravityCircus.org

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The Circus After School Program (CASP) is a fun place to practice a growth mindset and work on mastering skills that, though they may at first seem difficult, are easily attainable with steady practice. Circus skills improve strength, flexibility, coordination, balance, self-confidence and social skills. In the Circus After School Program at FRES, students will be given instruction in a wide range of circus skills, including basic tumbling and acrobatics, ball juggling, diabolo (Chinese yo-yo), trick sticks, rolling globe, rolla bolla (balance board), poi spinning, and human pyramids. There will also be time for improvisational games and clowning exercises, with an emphasis on fun and play.

Registration Deadline: March 1

Space is limited. Registration will be first come first serve. There will be a waiting list and priority next year for those who sign up after the limit is reached.

Number of Participants: Twelve

 

Age of Participants: Grades 2-5

Dates: Wednesdays March 7,14,21, 28 April 4, 11,18 (7 Weeks total)

 

Times: 3:00-4:00

 

Location: FRES Gymnasium 

Deposit: $25, due upon registration in order to reserve your space.

Tuition Balance: $45, the remaining tuition after the balance, is due on March 7 in order to participate in the program.

 

Registration: located lower down on this page.

 

CONTACT

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By email: info@flyinggravitycircus.org

By mail:

Flying Gravity Circus

P.O. Box 1207

Wilton, NH 03086

By phone:

(413) 313-1778

(Artistic Director Jon Roitman)

GPS intructions:

 

Enter 353 Abbot Hill Rd, Wilton NH to accurately arrive at the High Mowing School campus.

The Circus Studio is located on the second floor of the Science Building.

 

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Flying Gravity Circus is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts & the National Endowment for the Arts.