Circus Camp Starts Next-Week

clown - trapeze camp



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Magician combines impressive sleight-of-hand with digital wizardry

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In the age of CGI special effects, traditional illusions can seem less impressive. This magician combines impressive sleight-of-hand with digital wizardry. Don’t miss this spectacular routine! CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE >>

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Magic Tricks and Illusions Gallery


Magic tricks and illusions can double the fun at any gathering.  Click thumbnail to go back to item in the gallery

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Circus Workshop with 7 Fingers


Friday, May 18, 2012

Noon – 1:30 p.m.

Virginia G. Piper Theater

Limited to 40 participants

The high-flying performers of 7 Fingers teach basic circus skills such as floor tumbling, flexibility, hand balancing and human pyramids. The class combines strength, dexterity and discipline with the fun of movement, creativity and team work.

Ages: 12 and up Skill level: Basic knowledge of gymnastics is suggested Notes: Workout clothing that allows full range of movement is suggested.


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Every Clown Needs A Car – Why not an Art-rageous Cars

During Houston’s annual Art Car Parade, a caravan of crazy-looking vehicles decked out in wacky ways tour the streets of the city. Kids can create a wacky version of the event with this craft. For inspiration, check out some of the Art Car Parade photos.

  • Toy cars
  • Small objects, such as beads, feathers, sequins, feathers, googly eyes, plastic animals, sand, and buttons
 Total Time Needed: 2-3 Hours
  1. Using tacky glue, attach small objects such
    as beads, feathers, googly eyes, plastic
    animals, sand, sequins, and buttons to their toy cars.
  2. Let the glue dry completely, then begin the mini artmobile parade.

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