A. O’Kay and Nani Nature Juggling Clowns & Wizard of Play : Previous Performances
Benbow Summer Arts & Music Festivals Humboldt Juggling Festivals Reggae on the River Burning Bush Fire Arts Festival No One Should Go Hungry Benefits Klamath Salmon Festivals Trinity Tribal Stomp Music Festivals Trinity River Jamboree Humboldt County Fair Reno Art Town Festival St Bernard Medieval Festivals Ashland Butoh Legends Troupe Benbow Shakespeare Festival Willow Creek Mtn. Music Festivals Orleans Music Festivals Big Flat Blackberry Festival Arcata Oyster Festival 4th of July Festivals for Eureka, Arcata, Mckinleyville, Weaverville Bigfoot Day Parades: 1st Place Hoopa Sovereignty Parade: 1st Place St. Joesephs Hosp. Peter Cottontail Day Willow Creek Kids Day Willow Creek Fire Safety Day Hoopa Fish Fair Hoopa Literacy Day Hoopa “Chalk it up for Books” Hoopa Employee Picnic Coast Central Employee Picnic Highland Art Center Morris Graves Art Museum Monkey Barrel Circus w/ HSU Arcata Circus Cabaret Hundreds of performances for birthday parties, opening acts, weddings, schools, businesses, & nursing homes.
No-One Should Go Hungry Benefit
Juggling Four Pins!!!!
make-believe with parachutes and playhouses
A'OKay Glow Juggling
Play Courses and Workshops
Weaverville Elementary Circus Arts Classes Trinity County Local Arts Education Partnership Hoopa After School Program Fortuna After School Program Mariposa Waldorf School After School Woods Edge Elementary After School Klamath-Trinity Schools Fish Fairs Bright Futures: Salmon Solstice Summer Circus Child Care for Professional Conferences Alliance of Forest Workers & Harvesters Pacific Yearly Meeting of Friends Workshops with Parents and Children Hoopa Tribal Education Parenting the Spirited Child Workshops Willow Creek Park Series Circus Workshops Nevada City Series Circus Workshops HSU Music Institute; classes taught include: juggling, clowning, & jump-rope,(for ages 7-12) and Motion to Music for the Young Child
Review Of The No One Should Go Hungry Benefit Children at the No One Should Go Hungry event were amused by the clown, A O’Kay. People lined up to buy raffle tickets and did so very generously. Neighbors of all ages, families, friends, newcomers all gathered to show their support of the homeless and the hungry. Jeff and Krishann England, co chairmen of the event, have definitely started something with their dreaming a big dream and working tirelessly to see it come true. The juggler and his wife were a three-ring circus all on their own. The kids were clustered to watch A O’Kay ride his unicycle and juggle long saber swords simultaneously. Then he juggled three burning torches while keeping upright on his slender cycle. The children were riveted. With big eyes and sincere nods they agreed to stay safe and not get into any danger. They would do anything that kindhearted clown requested. A O’Kay brought a truckload of colorful equipment that was imaginative and fun. Big colorful rings like hula hoops were provided for throwing at the clown to try and knock him off the unicycle. He caught the rings on his arm or he batted items off, while keeping his balance and pedaling rapidly around and around keeping upright. The clown and wife, Denise, from Willow Creek, dressed in harlequin outfits radiated love for children. In general it was like a three-ring circus with the bands playing front and center, the food spread out on the fire house porch and the very lively clown doing unimaginable feats of skill on the other side. Writer, Sandy Evans Douglas City Diggins