This Week — 2 July 2021

Whether you’re ready to brave the heat or cling to your A/C, there are many opportunities to enjoy live and virtual circus events in July. Stay happy, healthy and sane with the circus this summer!


  • We will be releasing our first video of the Pride Month Interview Series next Friday (7/9) at 6 p.m. EDT. Join us in the chat for the YouTube premiere. This series of insightful Zoom interviews with local LGBTQIA+ performing artists will be premiering at various dates and times on our Facebook and YouTube pages in the next couple of months, so keep an eye out!



July 2

July 9


July 2 – August 8

July 8

  • The Fairfax Jugglers will are meeting on Thursdays from 7:30-10 p.m. at the Key Intermediate School Cafeteria (6402 Franconia Rd., Springfield, VA). All are welcome to join this fun and casual juggling meet-up, happening every Thursday that Fairfax County Schools are hosting evening activities. They will likely start the evening outdoors in nice weather, then migrate indoors to the school gym. Check out this map for specific location information.

July 17

  • Irresistible Revolution: The Seeds We Sow is a full day event at the Olde City Garden in Northeast DC, offering space for BIQOC and LGBTQIA+ movement and flow artists to breathe, reflect and grow together. The day will include panels, performances, open mics, yoga, live art installations, and a Sunset & Chill jam (pending a fire permit). Find out more about this event and RSVP hereYou can also sign up to volunteer at this link. Remember that this event is designed to allow marginalized groups to speak their truth, process pain, heal and cultivate a space of joy and healing. Those seeking allyship and solidarity in this movement are most welcome.


July 12-18

July 23-25

July 30-August 7

  • Enjoy the Virtual Aerial Dance Festival, with workshops in aerial theory, dance, juggling, flexibility, creativity, pilates, improvisation, burlesque and more. There will also be panel discussions on a variety of topics including aging in aerial arts, implicit bias of BIPOCs in entertainment, intersectionality in aerial dance and circus, and aerial and motherhood. Register at this link.


Photo by João Ferreira © 2006