Circus raises money for awards
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GRAFTON- The Women’s Community Club, announced its plans to bring a special circus to the Connecticut River Valley this May.

The circus, titled “Circus Terrificus,” will be the club’s major fund raising effort for its scholarship awards this year.

The club has secured the services of Troy Wunderle’s big top adventures of Rockingham, to present two performances on May 25 at the Bellows Falls Opera House. The circus will be in the style of the Cirque du Soleil, and will feature former stars as well as performances from the Paris troop, Sequence 8.

A special children’s matinee at 2 pm is planned for children under 12 years old. Another performance is scheduled for the general public at 7:30 pm. The evening performance will also feature VIP tickets that will include a pre-circus reception at 6:30 pm in the lower level of the Bellows Falls Opera House, priority seating for the evening show, and a post-show meet-the-performers event.

Tickets will go on sale April 1 and can be purchased at local stores, at, through or call (802) 843-1180.
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