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Family Circus
Saturday, October 21st  1:30Pm – 3:30pm
Everyone is invited to this taste-test of circus skills! We have hula hoops, and juggling balls, spinning plates, and stilts. Acrobatics you can do, and a circus tight- wire too! Circus is for everyBODY! (Activities are appropriate for any skill level.) ALL AGES! More Info

Make-A-Circus
Sunday, October 29th  1:30pm – 4pm
Join the CIRCUS! Learn to be a performer and have a mini-show at the end!
Ages 7 and up!  *Registration Required. More Info

Circus Zone
Saturday, November 4th  12pm – 3pm
We set up an exciting space for participants to try a variety of circus skills throughout the designated time at their whim. No structure, all exploration! ALL AGES! More Info

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STEM STORYTIME: Circus of Crayons
Mondays, October 23rd and 30th   11:30am – 12:30pm
Come find out at this sweet reading of Harold’s Circus followed by a hands on connect-the-dots drawing activity.
ALL AGES! More Info

STEM STORYTIME: Wired Up!
Wednesdays, October 18th and 25th   5:30pm – 6:30pm
Hear a reading of The Man Who Walked Between The Towers, the children’s adaptation of Phillipe Petit’s death-defying tight-wire walk between the Twin Towers. Afterwards, everyone will get to take their own walk across right in the library! ALL AGES! More Info

Make Juggling Balls & JUGGLE!
Saturday, October 21st   10:30am – 12:30pm
Come make a set of juggling balls from “stuff around the house” and learn how to use them! Ages 7 and up! More Info

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The circus is coming to the Danbury Library – a S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) circus that is.

During the month of October, the Danbury Library will welcome its newest Maker-In-Residence, Cynthia Rauschert, who will use an exciting approach to introduce children and parents to use their bodies, as well as their minds, while being exposed to the S.T.E.M fields. Using circus skills, Cynthia, a Bethel resident, will facilitate a series of workshops geared toward combining physics, mathematics, and engineering.   

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