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Please see below for both school break camps and summer camps! Please note that Winter Break All Things Circus Camp and Spring Break All Things Circus Camp have the option to register for the whole week or individual days.

Acro and Aerial Camp (10-18yrs) $300Purchase required to enroll

Camp hours: 9am to 3pm
Ages: 10-18
This camp is modeled after our most popular after school class - acro and aerial. Get ready for a week of handstands, tumbling, group pyramids, partner acrobatics aerial fabric, lyra, static trapeze, hammock and more plus games and lots of time to connect with other circusers. This camp is perfect for kids and teens who love to be upside down. All campers receive a Circus Culture T-shirt!

This camp is geared towards students who are excited to dive deeply into circus skills in a focused way. If you are looking for more of a play based camp, try our All Things Circus camp!

Aftercare available from 3-5pm. Financial Aid is available for all camps. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

All Things Circus Camp (7-12yrs - max 40) $300Purchase required to enroll

Camp hours: 9am to 3pm

Ages: 7-12

Spend five days playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. Bring it all together with a casual show for friends and family on the last day. All levels welcome and students are invited to sign up for multiple weeks if they are interested in a truly circusy summer. Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. All campers receive a Circus Culture T-shirt!

Aftercare available from 3-5pm. Financial Aid is available for all camps. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

Some of our All Things Circus camps will run in conjunction with another camp and have a capacity of 24 or 15 campers, depending on the other camp that is running. Weeks when there is no other camp happening during the week, we will be able to accommodate 40 campers (listed below):
Session 2: July 8-12
Session 7: August 12-16
Session 8: August 19-23

Two-Week Circus on the Road Performance Camp (10-18yrs) July 29-Aug 9 $600Purchase required to enroll

Camp hours: 9am-3pm, July 29 - August 2 and August 5-9

Ages: 10-18*

Previous experience required

During performance camp we spend the first week practicing circus skills, creating our ensemble, and putting a show together suitable for touring in our community, complete with our aerial rig, full acts and costumes. The second week, we take the show on the road, performing for local community organizations and busking on the commons. With two weeks to learn, create, and perform you will be developing your skills and creativity to the next level. This camp is designed for students who have already learned circus in some form - either at Circus Culture or elsewhere.

This camp requires that campers have the maturity to help with all aspects of putting on a show - from navigating casting to packing up the van to performing. All campers will be asked to sign a performers agreement. All campers receive a Circus Culture T-shirt!

Aftercare available from 3-5pm. Financial Aid is available for all camps. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

*In some cases, younger students can participate in this camp - contact us so we can decide if it is the right fit.

After-camp care $75Purchase required to enroll

After camp care is available from 3-5pm. Youth are welcome to practice props that don't need spotting. We may also set up a movie or circus themed crafts. You must register for the entire week of after care.

Unicycle Intensive Camp (10-18yrs) July 1-5 $300Purchase required to enroll

Camp hours: 9am-3pm

Ages: 10-18

Join expert guest unicycle coach Jesse AlFord for a week full of unicycling. Jesse is the most sought after unicycle coach in the USA and we are so thrilled to be welcoming him - don’t miss this opportunity! This camp is designed for all levels and the teacher will cater to the diverse levels in the group. Beginners wishing to start their unicycle journey for the first time are welcome alongside seasoned unicyclers wishing to work on tricks, jumps, freestyle moves, doubles moves and group patterns. Bring your own unicycle or borrow one of ours. All campers receive a Circus Culture T-shirt!

This camp is geared towards students who are excited to dive deeply into circus skills in a focused way. If you are looking for more of a play based camp, try our All Things Circus camp.

Aftercare available from 3-5pm. Financial Aid is available for all camps. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

All Things Circus Camp (7-12yrs, max 24) $300Purchase required to enroll

Camp hours: 9am to 3pm

Ages: 7-12

Spend five days playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. Bring it all together with a casual show for friends and family on the last day. All levels welcome and students are invited to sign up for multiple weeks if they are interested in a truly circusy summer. Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. All campers receive a Circus Culture T-shirt!

Aftercare available from 3-5pm. Financial Aid is available for all camps. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

Some of our All Things Circus camps will run in conjunction with another camp and have a capacity of 24 campers (listed below):
Session 1: July 1-5
Session 4: July 22-26
Session 5: July 29 - August 2
Session 6: August 5-9

Winter Break All Things Circus Camp (Feb 18-22) $300Purchase required to enroll

Ages: 7-12
Drop off: between 8:30-9am
Pick up: 3pm

Spend five days playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. All levels welcome! Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. Financial Aid is available. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

Please note that we also have a day pass option available for this camp for $75 / day.

Day Pass: Winter Break All Things Circus Camp (Feb 18-22) $75 per classA credit card is required to enroll but isn't charged until the time of service.

Ages: 7-12
Drop off: between 8:30-9am
Pick up: 3pm

Spend the day playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. All levels welcome! Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. Financial Aid is available. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

Please note that with the day pass you must register for each day individually. There is also an option to register for the whole week.

Spring Break All Things Circus Camp (April 15-19) $300Purchase required to enroll

Ages: 7-12
Drop off: between 8:30-9am
Pick up: 3pm

Spend five days playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. All levels welcome! Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. Financial Aid is available. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

Please note that we also have a day pass option available for this camp for $75 / day.

Day Pass: Spring Break All Things Circus Camp (April 15-19) $75 per classA credit card is required to enroll but isn't charged until the time of service.

Ages: 7-12
Drop off: between 8:30-9am
Pick up: 3pm

Spend the day playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. All levels welcome! Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. Financial Aid is available. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

Please note that with the day pass you must register for each day individually. There is also an option to register for the whole week.

All Things Circus Day Camp (Jan. 21) $75 per classA credit card is required to enroll but isn't charged until the time of service.

Ages: 7-12
Drop off: between 8:30-9am
Pick up: 3pm

Spend the day playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. All levels welcome! Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. Financial Aid is available. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

All Things Circus Day Camp (March 15) $75 per classA credit card is required to enroll but isn't charged until the time of service.

Ages: 7-12
Drop off: between 8:30-9am
Pick up: 3pm

Spend the day playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. All levels welcome! Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. Financial Aid is available. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.

Tween Circus Intensive (10-12yrs) $300Purchase required to enroll

Camp hours: 9am-3pm
Ages: 10-12

This camp is designed for tweens who are ready to dive into circus learning engaging in both physical and creative activities. We will learn all circus disciplines and create unique acts to perform for friends and family at the end of the week. This camp environment is designed to match the maturity of independent tweens looking to develop skills and progress in their learning.

After care is available from 3-5pm.
Financial aid is available for all camps - email info@circusculture.org for more information.

All Things Circus Camp (7-12yrs, max 15) $300Purchase required to enroll

Camp hours: 9am to 3pm
Ages: 7-12
Spend five days playing games and learning circus techniques such as static trapeze, juggling, group acrobatics, rolling globe, aerial fabric, tight wire, hooping, flower sticks, diabolo, and more. Bring it all together with a casual show for friends and family on the last day. All levels welcome and students are invited to sign up for multiple weeks if they are interested in a truly circusy summer. Those with circus experience will have the opportunity to develop their skills. All campers receive a Circus Culture T-shirt!
Aftercare available from 3-5pm. Financial Aid is available for all camps. Contact info@circusculture.org to inquire.Some of our All Things Circus camps will run in conjunction with another camp and have a capacity of 15 campers (listed below):
Session 3: July 15-19
Session 9: August 26-30