The Discover Sandcastles Festival is day-one of the 22nd annual Children’s Festival. This year, it was all about the big top
as the circus came to town!
Discover Sandcastles was founded in 2007 to increase awareness and visitation to the Burlington Beachway. This beautiful, natural sand beach on the shores of Lake Ontario used to be a well-kept secret but, in recent years, many more area residents have come to know this local gem. We first discovered the majesty of Burlington Beach in Adventure #52.
We arrived to find a very free trial of cialis tall juggler entertaining the beach-goers. Nearby, dozens of sand plots were roped does medicare pay for viagra off in anticipation of the sandcastle competition to be held later in the day.
The adult competitors had an early start and were given the full day to build their sculptures.
At the main stage, a number of circus themed entertainers thrilled the audience starting with Nick’s Juggling Family.
Nick started off his routine with some impressive fire juggling and then brought out his son and two daughters — all trained in the art of juggling.
A few “master sculptors” were busy along the beach crafting circus themed creations.
In the afternoon, paddleboat rentals were offered free as one of the festival events. Normally, paddleboats are rented for $22 an hour and standup paddle boards are rented for $30 an hour.
Circus Jonathan took to the stage for an audience of canadian viagra sales kids festooned with painted faces and balloon hats.
Jonathan does it all it seems. He’s an award winning comic, unicyclist, juggler, clown, circus instructor, master balloon sculptor, stiltsman, wire walker, equilibrist, actor, professional court jester, and acrobat.
Off the beach, a row of food trucks were ready to feed the crowds.
A great booth by Band-Aid offered kids one of four dress-up photo ops.
Hot Wheels had a booth featuring many new toys not even on the shelf yet including Ballistiks which are balls that turn into cars cialis low dose as soon as they hit the ground.
The Bowmanville Zoo was on hand providing families with one-on-one time with a tortoise and macaw.
Another interesting booth was World Vision. Kids were offered a chance to spin a wheel and answer questions on a number of subjects.
Discover Sandcastles gets better every year! We’ll be attending cialis usa day-two of the Children’s Festival for more circus-themed fun.