Ian and his brother Robert are part of a 70-year-old legacy that started with their grandfather and great-uncle. Things have changed much since then, says Ian. In fact, theyve changed since the last time the circus came to town. My priority is to keep [mixing up] the show, he says.
That means while traditional animal and high-wire acts are still part of the production, look out for extreme motorcyclists and a state-of-the-art laser-light show. I want to see the children smile, says Garden. My job is easy. I just sell fun and laughter.
Sat., April 7, 12 & 4 p.m.