Baraboo to celebrate its circus heritage 

July 1, 2017 by  

The circus has long played a staring role in Baraboo’s heritage, and a celebration has been planned that will showcase this strong connection between the community and the big top.

The Annual Big Top Parade and Circus Celebration will be back for its fifth year, and it will feature a huge assortment of entries, both from the circus and the community in general. More than 75 individuals and groups will be participating, and it will include antique circus wagons form the Circus World collection. Along with the parade, there will also be many other family friendly activities that will be taking place throughout the day.

Those who come to take part in the celebration are reminded that Baraboo has lots more to see and do, and the organizers of the event encourage them to stay for a few days and find out all the are has to offer both its residents and visitors alike. Brochure printers can create pamphlets and other materials that can help those who come to an area for an event like this to get the most from their stay.

The parade and day of festivities has been planned for July 22nd, and it will be staged in the community’s Courthouse Square. It is scheduled to begin at 11:00 am, and anyone who requires additional information can find it on the Circus World website.