Sunday, February 28, 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Bet Torah families and children in NS-7th grade are invited to join us for zoomazing Purim fun!
Activities options include Scavenger Hunt; Chess, Sudoku and Other Challenging Puzzles; Cookie Decorating; Recycled Gragger Craft; FauxFace Paint; JustDance; Name That Tune; and MORE! All about our teen-led activities.
Time Flies Circus is a circus education company working to bring circus to as many people as possible through Zoom performances, educational circus workshops, and backyard circus camps.
Ellie Steingraeber has celebrated over fifteen years as a circus and variety artist, folding into a pretzel on the Tonight Show and flying 70 feet in the air at Madison Square Garden. She has traveled the globe performing unique acts in some of the world’s strangest venues, ridden on top of elephants in small town circus shows across America, and brought joy to countless audiences through tv appearances, theatrical circus shows and street performances.
Claire Vercruyssen is a second-generation circus performer and instructor. She started her circus training at the age of four under her parents instruction and continued her training with renowned circus performers around the world. She also trained in classical ballet and received a BFA in dance from FSU. She fell in love with teaching circus and now travels around the United States teaching circus skills to kids of all ages. She loves to perform and teach unicycling, juggling, tightwire, prop manipulation, aerial trapeze and much more!
Intro to Juggling! (9:30-10:00, 4th-7th graders, only)
This course will get you started on your juggling journey. Feeling like you have two left hands? No worries – in this class you will learn diverse juggling skills in a fun way. We will work on coordination through different patterns and techniques. Train your brain, improve your coordination, and discover how fun juggling can be. Come learn this cornerstone art of circus and clowning!
Participants bring their own juggling balls or items, you can use socks, tennis balls, fruit or anything you can throw in the air that won’t break! We will also use plastic grocery bags to learn a different type of juggling.
Loen Amer, Director of Experiential Learning for Children and Teens