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The Circus is in Town

January 19, 2007

Albany - Looking for a fun weekend activity? Why not visit the circus?

The Clyde Beatty Circus kicks off its tour Friday night at the Albany Civic Center. You can expect to see a high wire act, as well as elephants, bears and even boxing kangaroos!

Ring Mistress, Sara Pedraza says, "We have acrobats, we have clowns, we have bears, we have a special surprise, a boxing kangaroo that the kids don't want to miss."

The first show kicks off Friday at 7:30. There are three shows Saturday at 1:30, 4:30 and 7:30. You can buy tickets at the door, but you'll get a better deal if you buy your tickets off the web. Click here to buy tix.

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