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News Quotes and Stories About Circus Imagination

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Sacramento Today –

http://www.sacramentotoday.net/news/templates/community.asp?articleid=1676&zoneid=1

 “Circus Imagination – Kids can join the circus using their imagination with props and costumes that are provided. The Ringmaster guides them through a fantasy adventure and before they know it, they have created their own world – something they can take home with them for many hours of backyard adventures.”

Los Banos Enterprise –

http://www.losbanosenterprise.com/2014/04/25/219910_circus-imagination-returns-to.html?sp=/99/114/&rh=1

“Inside a colorful circus tent is where imaginations run wild at the Merced County Spring Fair. Ringmaster Caton Hegwer and costume coordinator Carol Raintree-Hegwer handpick kids from the audience to take part in an interactive show designed to get children to use their imaginations.”

“It’s a fabulous show,” said Karen Searle, owner of Fair Executives (…) “It’s not just interactive for the kids and their parents, even the audience enjoys it.”

Merced Sun Star

http://www.mercedsunstar.com/news/local/community/los-banos/article3289189.html

“The purpose of the show is to try and teach kids there are lots of things to do outdoors,” (…) “You can have a circus in your backyard using things you have at your home, just by using your imagination.”

Napa Valley Register

http://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/children-s-acts-challenge-the-imagination-at-the-fair/article_545097a2-a5cc-11df-a8ec-001cc4c03286.html

“Maybe you’re a circus buff who’s been under the Ringling Brothers big top and the Cirque du Soleil cute top. But have you witnessed a circus where pint-sized children are turned into elephants and human cannonballs?”

Contra Costa Fair

http://contracostafair.com/entertainer/circus-imagination/

“Circus Imagination is a circus where the kids actually get to run away and join the circus for a day”

Holtville Tribune

http://holtvilletribune.com/2012/03/09/circus-imagination-brings-big-top-with-big-thoughts-to-fair/

“Parents state being more than pleased with the idea of some face-to-face fun that regenerates the notion of educational and safe enjoyment away from screens and remote controls.,”

“Aiming to maximize their full creative potential by strengthening their confidences, the major triumph of Circus Imagination is still the fact that it does not end when the show is over.”
“Its inspiration to play outside and use your inventiveness is taken home by every child.”

Los Banos Enterprise

http://www.losbanosenterprise.com/2014/04/25/219869/fair-features-exciting-group-of.html

Circus Imagination will engage the imagination and creativity of children. Prior to each show the Circus Imagination ringmaster tours the fairgrounds and invites children to participate. Colorful costumes and child-friendly direction is given in each act. The 10-act program features a variety of circus acts from Tina the Tightrope Walker who climbs a make-believe ladder 100 feet in the air to Zazelle the Human Cannonball. No skill or talent is required and the experience leaves children with a strong sense of creativity and resourcefulness.

Aspoa.org

http://www.aspoa.org/News/35586~274064

how about visiting Circus Imagination, where children become instant stars by being selected from the audience, put in costume, and then performing in a spontaneous circus for the crowd. .

Californian.com

http://archive.thecalifornian.com/article/20090813/NEWS01/908130309/It-s-circus-Monterey-County-Fair

Hayley McGilvery, 7, of Morgan Hill gets to be part of the performance at the Circus Imagination at the Monterey County Fair on Wednesday afternoon. The circus, which has been around for 25 years, lets children be part of the show as the ringmaster puts them through a series of make-believe acts.

Santa Cruz County Fair

http://issuu.com/nmcdigital/docs/issuu-scf

Wrapping learning and positive growth in fun.

“ No resource person or any assembly has been as outstanding as Circus Imagination, several of our students are now selling tickets for their own backyard circuses. In education, success is often measured by emulation.” quote from a Santa Cruz County School Principal.

IV Press Online

http://articles.ivpressonline.com/2012-03-10/costumes_31144368

The idea of the circus is to get children away from video games and have them play with their imagination to help them get more creative.

Sacramento Today

http://www.sacramentotoday.net/news/templates/community.asp?articleid=1676&zoneid=1

Kids can join the circus using their imagination with props and costumes that are provided. The Ringmaster guides them through a fantasy adventure and before they know it, they have created their own world – something they can take home with them for many hours of backyard adventures.

The City of El Cerrito

https://ca-elcerrito.civicplus.com/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/1411

Circus Imagination presents their popular audience-participation animal-free circus shows under the Big Top.

Nevada County Fair

http://nevadacountyfair.com/tag/special-contests/ 

“How about visiting Circus Imagination, where children become instant stars by being selected from the audience, put in costume, and then performing in a spontaneous circus for the crowd.”

Nevada County Italian Festival

http://www.pharealty.com/blog/nevada-county-celebrates-italian-culture-and-tradition.html

A must-see for all children attending the festival is the participation-based circus performances of Circus Imagination. With a variety of pre-existing circus acts including Tight Rope Walking, and Human Canon Balls, the performers of Circus Imagination will also recruit children from the audience to join them on stage. Children of all ages can dress up as lions, safari explorers, and (of course) clowns and become part of the main attraction while performing in skits and other shows.

Firstpost.com

http://www.firstpost.com/topic/place/stockton-ca-hula-hoop-tina-video-LMfnm6ci6ZU-89497-8.html

“Tina the Tightrope walker just got a new skill, she hula hoops on the Circus Imagination tightrope! Such a talented little girl!” (Click to Watch the video!)

Google + review from Chico, CA

https://plus.google.com/105142595364972619333/reviews

“Had a hassle free experience with better than quoted pricing and a superb product delivered ahead of schedule. All the things you look for in a company. Thanks from Circus Imagination”

Santa Cruz Parent Newsletter

Watsonville, CA: Hello everybody! Circus Imagination is here at the 2011 Santa Cruz County Fair located at 2601 East Lake Ave. Watsonville, CA 95076. For more information about the fair call (831) 724-5671. The SCCF starts today and it goes ’til next Sunday the 18th. Our show times for the week are:

TUESDAY

2 PM – 4 PM – 6 PM

WEDNESDAY

1:30 PM – 4 PM – 6 PM

THURSDAY

1:30 PM – 4 PM – 6 PM

FRIDAY

1:30 PM – 4 PM – 6 PM

SATURDAY

11:30 AM – 2 PM – 4 PM

SUNDAY

11:30 AM – 2 PM – 4 PM

Today our first show of the day welcomed Tina the Tight Rope Walker, and for the first time at Circus Imagination the princesses Champagne Sisters…. Check them out the picture below. The funniest thing was that on the second show of the day we also had a something new at the circus! Have you ever heard about how intelligent monkeys are? We here at Circus Imagination can prove that theory! We had a gorilla taming a troop of wild animals today! He made a leopard, a lion cub, a pony and a confused monkey roll over and play dead, show their claws, hooves and paws and jump through the hula-loop of fire! The unexpected always happens at out circus! Also on the pictures you can see a little “future-human-cannon-ball” on her dad’s lap with mom as the Strong Circus Woman and Ringmaster Caton posing for a lovely family pic!

We also found this awesome quote about our show in the Santa Cruz Parent Newsletter (for last year) and thought it would be nice to share! Here’s a print screen of the website, or click on the link to see the whole newsletter.

For the 2011 Santa Cruz county Fair Schedule click here.

Well that’s it for today kids!

See you soon!

 

Horse ‘N Around

Monterey, CA: Hello everybody! Circus Imagination has been very busy here at the 2011 Monterey County Fair, so let’s catch up!
The first picture below is from Friday’s shows. The highlights are Tina the Tight Rope Walker and Calamity Oakley the Cowgirl – she cames back to be part of our show every year at the MCF since the first time Circus Imagination was here at this fair!
Saturday’s picture is the next one below with the Butterfly Ballerinas and the Cupcake Eating Competition hosted by the Ringmaster & judged by Costumier. It was sponsored by Mrs Delish Designer Cupcakes – who presented us with some out of this world cupcakes! The cherry bomb was definetly my favorite!
Today (Sunday) we had three awesome shows with great and enthusiastic kids and even a come-backer that was part of our show 4 years ago at the Kids Fest in Concord, CA – he is the lion tamer in the last set of pictures with the red curtains. Right next to him check out our new orangutan costume! Isn’t him fuzzy and hugable!?!
We have a couple more pictures to share. Since the fair theme this year is Horse ‘N Around at the fair the Circus Imagination poneys have been on the spotlight day after day! They are such a big hit nobody can get enough of their cuteness!  Photographer Mike Beck took a picture of our circus poney going through the ring of fire! Check it down below!
Last but not least is a picture of Ringmaster Caton & Costumier Carolina with a couple of our darling Circus Friends Wendy Brickman and Jody Hansen!
See you later aligators!
Tomorrow is the last day for Circus Imagination here at the 2011 Monterey County Fair, we have three shows at 1 PM, 3 PM & 5 PM! Come be a circus performer for a day under the blue & yellow Big Top!

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Aowe geez we’re in applebees!

Yuba City, CA: Hello everybody! Circus Imagination discovered there’s a picture of our show on the wall at Applebees! It seems that when they decided to re-decorate the restaurant they borrowed some pictures from the Yuba Sutter Fair!
If you are ever around the area and wanna check it out the address is 1000 Tharp Road, Yuba City, CA 95993-2617.
That’s it for now folks!
See you later alligator!

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