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Circus comes to “Saturdays at Fay”

Following the circus show, Eric Zhang, 4, learns how to balance a plate.

Following the circus show, Eric Zhang, 4, learns how to balance a plate.

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer

Southborough – Families were entertained by the “Jedster the Jester Circus Show” presented April 12 at Fay School. In addition to watching him perform magic and create balloon animals, kids learned how to juggle and balance plates. The jester is also known as Jed Stefanowicz, who will teach a Circus Arts Camp this summer at Fay School.

The show was part of “Saturdays at Fay,” a series of free programs designed for children ages 2 through 8 with their parents. A complimentary snack follows. The next presentation will be Saturday, May 10, at 10 a.m., featuring the Pumpernickel Puppets. Registration is encouraged because space is limited. For registration information, visit fayschool.org; click “About Fay,” then “Public Events.”

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

 

Timothy Zhang, 6, volunteers to assist Jedster the Jester.

Timothy Zhang, 6, volunteers to assist Jedster the Jester.

Jedster the Jester amuses his assistant, Joe Casillo, 5.

Jedster the Jester amuses his assistant, Joe Casillo, 5.

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Lisa D”Souza and her son, Ryan, 5, enjoy the circus show.

 

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