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Published: Thursday, July 18, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Young circus stars tumble into Edmonds

  • Grace Holmes, 5, from Bothell, peeks between two tarps to see the crowd gathering Wednesday afternoon for the Wenatchee Youth Circus, playing in Edmon...

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    Grace Holmes, 5, from Bothell, peeks between two tarps to see the crowd gathering Wednesday afternoon for the Wenatchee Youth Circus, playing in Edmonds, which is performing here for the 15th year. It will be only the second performance for Grace as a circus clown, so she is very excited. Grace's parents are Russ and Cherry Holmes of Bothell.
  • Nova Finlon, 5 (clown in red dress) from Mill Creek, is very excited Wednesday afternoon, as she and others watch tumblers performing with the Wenatch...

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    Nova Finlon, 5 (clown in red dress) from Mill Creek, is very excited Wednesday afternoon, as she and others watch tumblers performing with the Wenatchee Youth Circus, which is playing in Edmonds.
  • On the high flying trapeze, catcher Cole Tipton (left) is just shy of being able to catch William Tuthill, who falls safely into the net below Wednesd...

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    On the high flying trapeze, catcher Cole Tipton (left) is just shy of being able to catch William Tuthill, who falls safely into the net below Wednesday afternoon during a performance by the Wenatchee Youth Circus, which is playing in Edmonds for the 15th year.
  • Young performers, including clowns, tumblers, high-wire performers and more, ranging from age 5 to seniors in high school gather and conduct opening c...

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    Young performers, including clowns, tumblers, high-wire performers and more, ranging from age 5 to seniors in high school gather and conduct opening ceremonies Wednesday afternoon for the Wenatchee Youth Circus, which is playing in Edmonds for the 15th year.
  • Young performers, including clowns, tumblers, high-wire performers and more, ranging from age 5 to seniors in high school perform Wednesday afternoon ...

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    Young performers, including clowns, tumblers, high-wire performers and more, ranging from age 5 to seniors in high school perform Wednesday afternoon with the Wenatchee Youth Circus, which is playing in Edmonds for the 15th year.
  • People of all ages appear to enjoy the performance Wednesday afternoon by the Wenatchee Youth Circus, playing in Edmonds for the 15th year.

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    People of all ages appear to enjoy the performance Wednesday afternoon by the Wenatchee Youth Circus, playing in Edmonds for the 15th year.
  • Asher Finlon, 9, of Mill Creek, performs in front of a large crowd, Wednesday afternoon as a member of the Wenatchee Youth Circus, which is playing in...

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    Asher Finlon, 9, of Mill Creek, performs in front of a large crowd, Wednesday afternoon as a member of the Wenatchee Youth Circus, which is playing in Edmonds for the 15th year.
  • The "Spartans" perform a type of Roman ladder pyramid using two ladders, held in place by the young Wenatchee Youth Circus men in the middle...

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    The "Spartans" perform a type of Roman ladder pyramid using two ladders, held in place by the young Wenatchee Youth Circus men in the middle Wednesday afternoon in Edmonds.


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