Carter Wade tests out the high-wire for Flyin’ Bob on Dec. 14. Flyin’ Bob will be at C.P. Blakely Elementary School from Dec. 17-21 to teach the students how to do their own circus acts, although they won’t be as daring as Flyin’ Bob’s high-wire act. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Sylvan Lake News

PHOTOS: C.P. Blakely gets the circus treatment

The Flyin’ Bob Show has a week long residency to teach students various circus acts

C.P. Blakely Elementary School was treated to a circus show from Flyin’ Bob in their own gymnasium.

The Flyin’ Bob Show had students and teachers laughing and screaming as Flyin’ Bob performed dangerous stunts.

The show included juggling bowling pins on a tall unicycle and a high-wire walking routine.

Flyin’ Bob is taking on a residency at C.P. Blakely, where he will be spending the week, Dec. 17-21, teaching students different circus acts.

On Dec. 21 the Grade 6 class will be doing a performance showing off the circus acts they learned during the week.


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Flyin’ Bob juggles bowling pins will riding a tall unicycle during his Dec. 14 performance at C.P. Blakely. Students and teachers laughed and screamed throughout Flyin’ Bob’s circus performance. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Sylvan Lake News

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