Circus Harmony

Let your child run away and join the circus but still be home in time for dinner! Circus Harmony offers a unique camp experience where participants learn actual circus arts like juggling, trapeze and wire walking. Our Circus Performance Camps are held in two-week sessions. The second week of each session, campers perform in full costume, for the public, in the circus ring at City Museum! And while your child is learning to flip, fly and fling, they learn important life skills like focus, persistence and teamwork.

Circus Harmony is home of the world-renowned St. Louis Arches youth circus troupe. This camp is a great combination of creativity, physicality and proven positive impact on social learning. Plus, circus is fun!

 

 

Extended Care Available
Contact
314-436-7676
circusharmony.org
City Museum
650 N. 15th Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
United States
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Camp Weeks
  • June 4 - 8
  • June 11 - 15
  • June 18 - 22
  • June 25 - 29
  • July 2 - 6
  • July 9 - 13
  • July 16 - 20
  • July 23 - 27
  • July 30 - August 3
  • August 6 - 10
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