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Biggest Little Circus in the World
 

Wenatchee Youth Circus

Billed as the "Biggest Little Circus in the World", the Wenatchee Youth Circus grew from its humble beginnings as an after school tumbling team in early 1952 to become one of the premier circuses of its kind. Incorporating Flying Trapeze and Highwire acts, as well as the full spectrum of professional circus fare, and utilizing local Wenatchee amateur talent in the form of junior high and high school age boys and girls, it's a show not to be missed!

Performers in the Wenatchee Youth Circus range in age from 3 to 18 years, and an average circus membership is 45-65 kids. The circus travels to more than 25 towns and cities performing about 50 shows each summer, playing to more than 10,000 people. Upon graduation from high school, the Circus' James A. O'Connor Memorial Scholarship awards a maximum of $500 to each eligible member of the show. Over $95,000 has been presented to over 200 Youth Circus graduates since 1967, when the program was established.

Catch the Wenatchee Youth Circus when it comes to perform at two of our Thousand Trails locations. See schedule below and contact preserve for details. To learn more about the circus, visit www.wenatcheeyouthcircus.com.

August 3-5:
Chehalis Preserve
Chehalis, Washington

August 31-September 2:
Mount Vernon Preserve
Bow, Washington