Youth circus returns to Edmonds

EDMONDS — The Wenatchee Youth Circus is coming to town.

This is the 15th year the “biggest little circus in the world” has performed in town, thanks to the Edmonds Exchange Club.

Performances are set for 7 tonight, and 1 p.m. amd 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Edmonds Civic Center Playfield, at 6th Ave. North and Bell Street.

The circus comes complete with clowns, tumblers, high wire performers and trapeze artists with about 50 performers who range in from 5 year olds to high school seniors.

The circus does not feature any animal acts. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for children under age 16. Families are $19, and tickets for groups of 10 or more are $3 apiece.

Tickets are available at the gate before each show, or at Anderson Center, 700 Main St.

For more information about tickets, call 425-771-0230, or 206-947-5022.

For more information about the Edmonds Exchange Club, call Roger Dalzell at 425-776-0089 or Dick Harsin at 425-774-9477.

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