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Flying Gravity Circus goes back to its roots for fundraising circus show

  • Aerialists from Granite State Circus, Sara Morgan Greene of Antrim, Bianca Mase of Medford, Massachusets, and Gigi Greene of Antrim perform at a benefit for Flying Gravity Circus of Wilton on Saturday at Pine Hill School. —Courtesy photos

  • Flying Gravity Circus performs at Pine Hill School in Wilton during a fundraiser on Saturday. —Courtesy photos

  • Flying Gravity Circus performs at Pine Hill School in Wilton during a fundraiser on Saturday. —Courtesy photos

  • Flying Gravity Circus performs at Pine Hill School in Wilton during a fundraiser on Saturday. —Courtesy photos

  • Flying Gravity Circus performs at Pine Hill School in Wilton during a fundraiser on Saturday. —Courtesy photos

  • Flying Gravity Circus performs at Pine Hill School in Wilton during a fundraiser on Saturday. —Courtesy photos

  • Flying Gravity Circus performs at Pine Hill School in Wilton during a fundraiser on Saturday. —Courtesy photos


Thursday, January 03, 2019 9:57AM

Both past and present performers for the Wilton-based youth circus Flying Gravity Circus returned to their roots in the Pine Hill School in Wilton on Saturday, to perform “Starburst” a circus show that served as a fundraiser for the nonprofit.