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Performances for Nate and Madi

Rob here again with a weekend update. The last couple of weeks were busy with end of school year performances. Nate has been working hard the last few weeks to learn 6 pieces of music for his spring orchestra performance. 444 more words


What's On: English Baroque with Circa (Australian Brandenburg Orchestra & Circa)

English Baroque

7:30pm 21 May, 2019

QPAC Concert Hall

Part of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra’s 30th Anniversary celebrations, English Baroque with Circa is a thrilling collision of contemporary circus and music from the English Baroque. 237 more words

The Day the Circus Came to Town

On May 21, 2019 Jason Kenney’s UCP government will officially be “open for business” in every sense of the word.

Mr Kenney’s government will kick off with a Throne Speech which will outline how Mr Kenney intends to deliver on his promise to pull Alberta out of its state of abject misery and victimhood and restore it to its rightful place as the most important province in Confederation. 802 more words

Politics And Government

Starting again

It’s been a while.

2 years in fact since I attempted to write. So much has changed in that time, I don’t know where to start. 1,011 more words


The Circus: Big Tent, Big Dreams

All the crummy news this week put me in something of a physical funk. When the world seems too dark, a malaise can set in, and it can get hard to get things done. 605 more words


About Circus

It is said that the circus is for children.
It is true.
Games are also for children.

Jamie Adkins – Circus Performer

It is said that the circus is some acrobats who always do the same thing, two lions, three elephants abused, clowns that do not make laugh anymore. 139 more words


The Circus

On that unusually and eerily cold night in February, everything had changed. Sometimes, you get that feeling of something crawling on your stomach with a good intention of trying to warn you. 1,127 more words