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July 24, 1997 | VALERIE J. NELSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
You can run away and join the circus--for an hour, anyway--at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's show before the show, where children and adults are invited to step into the ring to try out circus skills. After flying on a trapeze, walking a low wire or trying on a costume, you can safely return to your seat before the professionals take over. The Three Ring Adventure pre-show comes to the Pond of Anaheim on Tuesday.
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July 24, 1997 | VALERIE J. NELSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
You can run away and join the circus--for an hour, anyway--at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's show before the show, where children and adults are invited to step into the ring to try out circus skills. After flying on a trapeze, walking a low wire or trying on a costume, you can safely return to your seat before the professionals take over. The Three Ring Adventure pre-show comes to the Pond of Anaheim on Tuesday.
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July 19, 1997 | DEBRA CANO
Dressed in baggy plaid knickers with suspenders, oversized shoes that looked like big boxing gloves and a bright red bubble-like nose, Michael O'Neill clowned around this week and gave children at Anaheim Central Library a preview of the circus. He stood on his head, performed magic acts, read a story about Harriett the elephant going to the circus and juggled balls, clubs, sticks and scarves to the oohs and ahs of more than 100 children and parents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1997 | DEBRA CANO
Dressed in baggy plaid knickers with suspenders, oversized shoes that looked like big boxing gloves and a bright red bubble-like nose, Michael O'Neill clowned around this week and gave children at Anaheim Central Library a preview of the circus. He stood on his head, performed magic acts, read a story about Harriett the elephant going to the circus and juggled balls, clubs, sticks and scarves to the oohs and ahs of more than 100 children and parents.
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