Miami nonprofit Circus school offers Free Family Circus Day at Virginia Key Park featuring Cirque du Soleil Artists, Aerial Shows and More
Historic Virginia Key Beach
If you enjoy eye catching aerial shows, gigantic stilt walkers and jugglers, Cirque du Soleil acrobats, and pretty much all things circus-related, you won’t want to miss Circus Day At The Park on Saturday, May 15th, 2021.
This family fun event is organized by Miami Circus School, Les Ailes du Desir and sponsored by Miami Dade County, Intrinsic Edge Capital Management, Frost Science, ID Beauty, Graubard Miller, Mayami Mexicantina Wynwood, Perry Ellis International, Florida East Coast Reality LLC, StomatCare and Fun 4 Miami Kids.
The event is open to the public from 10AM to 2PM in the beautiful venue, Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, with performances of artists from Cirque du Soleil and other performing arts companies.
In addition to activities, the public will also get to learn some circus art during a special circus workshop.
Talented Performers include Silvia Dopazo, Stephanie Chisholm, Kelly Mixon, Jorge Moreno, Samantha Mixan and Rony G, Duo Karyna Konchaviska and Suren Bozyan.
A special guest speaker will share perspectives on the importance of physical activity programs like circus arts for children with autism, ADHD, dyslexia and different learning or physical abilities.
“We have received a grant from Miami Dade to host a Family Circus Day and we are truly excited as this is the first time that there is a free, scalable, and inclusive Family Circus Arts Community Event in Miami,” said Les Ailes du Désir Founder Claudine Choquette.
“This event is possible “With the Support of the Miami Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami Dade County Mayor, and Board of County Commissioners.”
About the Organizer of Circus Day at the Park
Les Ailes du Désir Foundation’s mission is to provide members of Miami’s diverse communities, especially children, with the personal and artistic benefits that result from education and training in the arts. The main goal of our foundation is to articulate structured and progressive distinct training courses for the under 18 years old that meets specific hardship criteria, including programs for children with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, different learning or physical abilities by providing opportunities to introduce and inspire youth through Performing Arts. As such, they seek to create community benefits and positive social change through art education efforts as a powerful catalyst.