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by Mary Ann Kelley

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Paper City Circus  ()
Printable circus city from Made by Joel

Circus Big Top Paper Model  (Y,M)

Circus  (Y,M)
From PBS.org. CIRCUS is a six-hour series that takes viewers on an unforgettable trip with the legendary Big Apple Circus. From the big top to the "back lot,"explore a distinctive world with its own rules, lingo and no fixed address. Follow the diverse characters who make up the Big Apple family and find out what it really means to live life in the ring.

How to Devil Stick  (Y,M,O,T)
Devil stick manipulation is a form of gyroscopic juggling, or equilibristics and is generally considered to be one of the 'circus arts'. The name, "Devil Stick" most likely comes from a confusion of 'diabolo' (to toss across) with 'diablo', or devil. Sometimes called "devil-sticking" other terms often used are: "twirling", "sticking" and "stick juggling".

Clown Ministry  (Y,M,O,T)
FamousClowns.org is dedicated to the history of clowning, from ancient times to the current day. Famous Clowns is run by Tom Raymond, who performs at a professional clown as Raynbow the Clown in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

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