PHOTOS: Kids get big thrill out of Indigo Circus in Penticton

Hat juggling thrilled the audience of small children. (Robin Grant/Western News)
The audience was awed by spinning lights. (Robin Grant/Western News)
This trick was popular. (Robin Grant/Western News)
Youngsters learned some circus tricks. (Robin Grant/Western News)
Children had the chance to participate. (Robin Grant/Western News)
Some amusing antics. (Robin Grant/Western News)
Youngsters learned some circus tricks. (Robin Grant/Western News)

Shrieks of laughter and delight could be heard coming from the Cleland Community Theatre on Sunday afternoon.

The Indigo Circus was in Penticton on Oct. 20 much to the joy of all the youngsters attending the show. The dynamic performers were kicking off the 36th season of the Children’s Showcase.

READ MORE: Everything from circus to percussion at Okanagan Children’s Showcase

The duo performed a number of exciting tricks ranging from balancing acts, staff spinning and crystal ball juggling with a variety of amusing antics.

READ MORE: Children’s Showcase asks: Can you help Santa save Christmas?

The Christmas show on Dec. 15 is next. Be prepared for an afternoon of wintry, musical, family fun.

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