NW Family Expo: DISCOVER - DREAM - SHOP - VISIT - ENJOY!

NW Family Expo: DISCOVER - DREAM - SHOP - VISIT - ENJOY!

NW Family Expo: DISCOVER - DREAM - SHOP - VISIT - ENJOY!

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Posted on February 22, 2013 at 2:08 PM

Updated Wednesday, Nov 6 at 1:48 PM

Discover local family friendly attractions -    Dream up your next vacation -    Shop local and top-rated companies -    Visit with the top professionals in the Northwest -    Enjoy local entertainers performing on the NW Family Expo stage

When you come to the NW Family Expo not only will you be able to check out all the family friendly exhibitor booths, you will also find the expo stage full of exciting entertainment!
Here's a spotlight on two of the fabulous entertainers coming to the 2013 NW Family Expo:

L-Bow the Clown a.k.a. Luke Boyce grew up in Peshastin, a small town near Leavenworth, WA, a Bavarian tourist town. Luke has been performing since his early child hood years. A local librarian taught Luke how to juggle when he was just ten years old, then shortly after, he joined his middle school unicycle team. He joined the Wenatchee Youth Circus, "The Biggest Little Circus in the World" when he was twelve where he performed in the acts of juggling, uni-cycling, trampoline, tumbling, human pyramids, fire juggling, low wire, roman ladders, and high wire where he rode a unicycle across the 30 foot high wire with his younger sister, Autumn, on his shoulders. In the six years that Luke was with the Wenatchee Youth Circus he traveled all over the Pacific North West, from Sun Valley Idaho, Shaniko Oregon and to the San Juan Islands in Washington. Luke was also part of many school plays and musicals growing up, as well. He played the lion in The Wizard of Oz, the wolf in Into The Woods, and he played various parts in The Phantom Tollbooth, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, Sabrina and How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. He also was in Band and was part of numerous Choirs. Luke now resides in Cashmere, WA., a small town in the very center of the state. He will travel just about anywhere to provide entertainment to audiences of all ages.  Luke has his Residential Journeyman Plumbing Card which is what he actually does for his "Day Job".   Luke enjoys all outdoor activities, eating, bowling, watching anything on the big screen, listening to music and singing praises to God, spending time with his real family, church family and friends, and being a light to all.

To find out more about L-Bow the Clown, please visit his website.

LINK TO VIDEO FOR L-BOW the CLOWN.

The School of Acrobatics & New Circus Arts (SANCA) is dedicated to improving the mental and physical health of children of all ages and abilities by engaging them in the joyous creativity of acrobatics and circus arts. SANCA provides quality instruction in unique physical arts in a safe, supportive, nurturing environment that provides both challenge and reward to the student. Founded in 2006, the Youth Performance Company gives the opportunity for students to showcase their performance skills.  Company members are currently enrolled at the school, and range in age from 12 - 18. Performers utilize a variety of disciplines, including trapeze, juggling, tightwire, unicycle and acrobatics. This very talented troupe loves sharing their skills and engaging with audiences all around Seattle.

To find out more about SANCA, please visit their website.

LINK TO VIDEO FOR SANCA.

Stage Schedule: - March 16th, 2013
Don't forget to come meet Shaniqua Manning!

10:00 SANCA (School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts)
10:20 L-Bow the Clown
10:40 Image Studio of Dance
11:20 Harmonica Pocket
12:00 SANCA
12:45 Kaydence Kollections - Fashion Show
1:00 MultiCare  5-2-1-0 Program
1:15 A Simple Wish - Storybook Princesses
1:30 Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium
2:00 Radio Disney
3:00 Image Studio of Dance
3:15 L-Bow the Clown
4:00 SANCA

*Schedule subject to change

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