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Circus program teaches keiki carnival skills

By Stefanie Nakasone

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 01, 2014

~~<p>Circus Olina doesn't offer lessons on the flying trapeze, or how to be a human cannonball. But what it lacks in death-defying acts, it makes up for with lots of kid-friendly, big-top fun.</p>
<p>Started last year by Kaimuki resident Ronja Buck, Circus Olina provides classes, workshops and parties where children can learn circus skills such as magic tricks, clowning, acrobatics and more.</p>
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Circus Olina doesn't offer lessons on the flying trapeze, or how to be a human cannonball. But what it lacks in death-defying acts, it makes up for with lots of kid-friendly, big-top fun.

Started last year by Kaimuki resident Ronja Buck, Circus Olina provides classes, workshops and parties where children can learn circus skills such as magic tricks, clowning, acrobatics and more. Login for more...



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