Mullumbimby’s Spaghetti Circus kicked off its first term with a record number of enrolments, say organisers.
With close to 250 enrolments, Spaghetti Circus general manager Alice Cadwell was very happy the school had bounced back after major COVID-19 interruptions ‘to continue provide a valuable service to the community and keep kids active’.
‘It is very empowering to see creative, confident and healthy kids back in the space’, says Alice.
‘I’m excited to see their strength and resilience in working through the challenges of last year. And while two-thirds of our business is still paused, we are grateful to the community for the continued support’.
Spaghetti Circus accepts both the Active Kids and Creative vouchers offered by the Service NSW programs.
Circus training is not limited to young ones. Alice says ‘Adults can build strength, flexibility and general fitness through moving creatively in Adults Circus Fit classes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and at a new class on Monday evenings’.
‘No previous circus experience required.
S-Dog McBurney leads participants through everything they need to know to get started. Contact Spaghetti Circus for more information’.
Term one classes continues through to Thursday, April 1.
Despite the large number of enrolments, limited places are still available.