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Circus to roar into town next Friday
Elephant ride
Elephant rides during intermission are always a popular part of a Circus Pages show.

It will be a chance to see lions and tigers and motorcycles.

The family excitement of Circus Pages makes its return to McMinnville Civic Center next Friday, Feb. 9, for two shows at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Circus Pages has been making an annual stop in McMinnville for more than 10 years.

The show is a heart-pounding blend of acrobatics and animal acts. In between, juggling clown antics provide a barrel of laughs.

Circus Pages boasts an impressive menagerie that includes elephants, white tigers, lions, dogs, horses and camels.

The aerial acts defy gravity and so do the motorcycles that ride upside down inside the Globe of Death.

Circus Pages has been touring the country for 25 years and performs in close to 250 cities a year.

Ticket sales are cash only and are purchased at the gate the date of the show. Two children are admitted free for each paying adult.