Circus Harmony, St. Louis’ only circus school, is holding its first Barnes & Noble Book Fair to support their Peace Through Pyramids project - a collaboration between Circus Harmony’s St. Louis Arches youth circus troupe and the Jewish/Arab Galilee Circus in Israel.
Circus Harmony is the circus school based inside of St. Louis’ eclectic City Museum. Their flying children are planning to return to Israel in July of this year.
On May 22, Circus Harmony’s St. Louis Arches will be flipping, flying, juggling and reading out loud at the Barnes & Noble at 8871 Ladue Road. Any purchase made there or at any Barnes & Noble (even online at www.bn.com) between May 22 and May 27 will support Peace Through Pyramids, IF BUYERS USE ID # 10201416.
Eat cheesecake for world peace! People can also pre-order cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory for pick up on May 22 at the Ladue Barnes & Noble to support Circus Harmony. Orders must be place through Circus Harmony by May 16. Order forms are available at www.circusharmony.org and City Museum.
This is the 3rd year of this creative, multicultural collaboration. Circus Harmony has raised half of the $26,500 they need to make this journey. The residency for the two groups will take place July 17 – July 30. In addition to direct donations (which can be made at www.circusharmony.org), patrons can also book a show in Israel as a way of supporting this innovative peace initiative. For more information call 314-226-3633