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Learning new circus skills

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April 10, 2018

Ava Rosella,11, had some fun in the sun.

Eydie Fennell,9, gave stilt walking a try.

Chloe North, 10, showed off her skills with multiple hoola-hoops.

Garth Wootton,3, and Judd Wellington,3, loved juggling.

Tori Wellington, 7, enjoyed hoola hooping in the sun.

Ava Wellington, 5, loved hoola-hooping.

Marley Makar, 3, gave poi a try.

Colour and co-ordination were on show in Tatura as children and adults practised their circus skills on Thursday, April 5.

Mactier Gardens was full of laughter and happiness as families spent the school holidays out in the sunshine.

As part of the Activities in the Park program, entertainment provider Enchanted Rainbow taught participants a range of skills including plate spinning, stilt walking and juggling.

‘‘It’s a great opportunity for us to showcase what we do and to make use of local parks,’’ Enchanted Rainbow Entertainment owner Shelley Davis said.

As the last weeks of activities come to an end, Ms Davis is already looking forward to next year and cannot wait to begin planning.

‘‘We’ve loved being part of the program and it’s great to see how much it has grown,’’ Ms Davis said.

‘‘I love seeing the kids interacting and helping one another with the skills.’’

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