Participants are guided by professional artists into the wonderful world of circus where they are stimulated both physically and intellectually. The classes are a great form of fun exercise and an opportunity to learn a wide range of circus skills!
Instructors will guide the participants to develop circus skills at their own pace in prop manipulation such as acrobatics, aerials arts, juggling, flower-stick, unicycling, diabolo, tight rope and more.
Registration is open, click the link below
Fall 2017 -Mixed-Circus for children schedule and registration links
Mini Cirque’s, award winning professional circus artists have been performing, teaching and creating programs for young people for many years. Young people are guided into the wonderful world of circus where they are stimulated both physically and intellectually. The workshops are fun too!
Instructor Sophie Latreille is bilingual, French and English.
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Dress code: Athletic wear. No jeans, no skirts. Shoes with good grip that tie up tightly for unicycling. Fitted stretchy clothes for acrobatics.
Mini Cirque Youth volunteer and work opportunities
For intermediate to advanced kids and teens, 15+ years of age
Youths of 15 yrs or more who have done at least 2 full Mini Cirque circus programs or equivalent (intensive 5 day school workshops, evening classes or day camps) and have a good grasp of the basic techniques in some or most of the Mini Cirque art forms can offer to be assistant teachers. They would help teach the basics to the younger and more beginner kids and also have the opportunity to learn new tricks every week themselves as well practice their circus skills and provide inspiration for beginner students. If they come as volunteer helpers, their participation is free, if interested please contact Sophie in advance to see if they qualify.
A few of our Mini Cirque volunteers have now become instructors for our summer day camp.
Contact us for more information.