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08
Jan

The possibility hiding behind “can’t”

On December 31st, 2011 I was watching a spider slide down a long string of web. The spider was so magnificently suspended in space. I said to my friend, “The web is so thin that I CAN’T even see it.”The minute I said “CAN’T”, my eyes focused in and focused in again to see the […]

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16
Aug

Tis the season… for buskerfests!

Sadie here! I spent the last weekend in beautiful St Catharines, Ontario, a medium-sized city in the Niagara Region. Why’s that, you ask? To feast on green peppers grown just down the road? To drink wine? No! Well…yes! And to entertain! Pyromeo and I headed down to participate in St Cat’s first buskerfest! There were […]

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08
Aug

Cultura!

The past two fridays I spent at Cultura – a street festival at North York Civic Centre. The square is beautiful in the summer, with trees and grass and water running through the site. I taught participants, young and old, to hoop and play and wiggle in public. Highlights include : the RBC lion mascot, […]

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22
Mar

Weight loss?!

Your weight is connected to your lifestyle – what you eat, how much you move, how you spend most of your day. Hooping can be part of losing weight, many students have said hooping is the first time they’ve ENJOYED exercise, and to be successful also requires changes in diet and overall movement. Sadie suggests… […]

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23
Nov

Winter Magic – Every weekend!

Sadie is happy to be part of Winter Magic, the Downtown Yonge seasonal celebration! She’ll be performing as part of Buskertainment, there will be 10 buskers scattered around the downtown Yonge area from 12-2pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday each week! Take a moment to enjoy the performers between the crowds and the coffee!

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23
Nov

Missassauga Tree Lighting

Last weekend Pyromeo and I performed at the Missassauga Tree Lighting ceremony! Thanks to all who came out and cheered for our fantastic blacklight glowshow!

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