2020 Crosslake Days Unicycling Unicorn Exibition

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Name: 2020 Crosslake Days Unicycling Unicorn Exibition
Date: September 26, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM CDT
Event Description:
The World Famous Unicycling Unicorn is coming back to celebrate Crosslake Days with us!  You may have seen him at the 2018 Crosslake St. Patrick's Day Parade!   With three shows times on Sat. Sept. 26 2020 you'll be able to pick one that fits your schedule!   All ages are welcome to come but to help make sure we can safely social distance, please RSVP asap to info@unicyclingunicorn.com and put "Crosslake Show" in the subject and in the email tell me how many people you are bringing. There is only space for about 20-30 families/couples and spots will be numbered in chalk, so the earlier you RSVP the better seats you will get!
You will get email confirmation with more info the day before the show so make sure you check your spam if you don't see anything (or call 612-770-6610). It's free to watch but donations are encouraged for those that can afford it.
Info on the 40 minute show: A bright white rainbow vintage onesie ski suit, 80s music and a guy riding a 12-foot unicorn unicycle. Yes, it's as crazy, funny and ridiculous as it sounds! Featuring unbelievable unicycle skills by a world champion unicyclist who has over 30 years of experience. For the brand new finale, this daredevil will be on top of one of the tallest unicycles in the world, juggling a torch, a knife and a surprise dangerous object that kills more people than sharks every year! An original stunt that you have never seen before, as he is the only person in the universe brave enough (or stupid enough) to do it.
Date/Time Information:
10 a.m. - Golden Horizons Assisted Living and Nursing Center
11:30 a.m. - Whitefish at the Lakes Senior Living
1 p.m. - Crosslake Community School
Contact Information:
No charge to attend
Reservations encouraged at info@unicyclingunicorn.com
Donations appreciated
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