Philadelphia School of Circus Arts is offering a fun-filled, action-packed three day camp from September 23-25 for kids out of school on the days leading up to the Pope’s visit to the city. Kids can attend for one, two, or all three days.
Philadelphia School of Circus Arts features a wide range of circus skills taught by a professional and seasoned staff. Some of these skills include aerials (static trapeze, corde lisse, aerial silks and lyra), traditional circus arts such as juggling, unicycling, trapeze, and tightwire, as well as activities that promote balance and physical conditioning.
“We wanted to offer Philadelphia parents an exciting and athletic alternative to keeping the kids home while schools are closed for the Pope’s visit!” says Shana Kennedy, Executive Director of Philadelphia School of Circus Arts.
Who: Adventurous kids and aspiring circus performers
What: Trapeze, tight wire, juggling, acrobatics, games, and guest artists
Where: Philadelphia School of Circus Arts, 5900A Greene Street, Philadelphia, PA
When: September 23, 24, 25; 9am-3pm
Why: To keep kids from climbing the walls during their “Pope-cation”.