Last Chance: Get Your Circus Tickets

The Seekonk Parks and Recreation Committee has reserved seats for the May 5 circus in Providence.

Seekonk residents have until April 5 to get their tickets locally for the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, which will take place May 5 at 11 a.m. at the Providence Dunkin Donuts Center.

Each ticket is $27. The town's Parks and Recreation Committee has reserved 30. To purchase tickets, send an email to seekonkrecreation@gmail.com or call 508-944-4226. 

Do you have a deadline the community needs to know about? Email the information to jonathan.friedman@patch.com. And be sure to upload information about upcoming events to our events section.

HR3359TEAPA April 03, 2012 at 05:27 AM
There is overwhelming evidence and documentation of the abuse animals endure in circuses, as well as the $270,000 settlement fine paid by Ringling Bros. for "alleged" violations of the Animal Welfare Act - the largest ever assessed to an animal exhibitor by the USDA. http://www.ad-international.org/adi_usa/go.php?id=2493 The abuse, exploitation, cruelty and neglect animals are subjected to in circuses and traveling shows are horrific and heartbreaking. http://www.mediapeta.com/peta/PDF/RinglingFactsheet.pdf If you respect animals and care about their welfare, please do not attend, employ or promote circuses that use animals. For the few minutes you see animals “performing” they suffer a lifetime of inhumane confinement, abuse and cruelty. Please visit Break The Chain http://breakthechainus.com/ to learn more about the campaign to bring an end to circus animal suffering in the USA, and how you can support The Traveling Exotic Animal Protection Act, H.R. 3359, a bill introduced by Congressman Jim Moran, that is extremely vital to the lives of these animals and to ending this cruelty.
Cj Ellie April 03, 2012 at 07:45 AM
For our kids’ sake, it’s time to throw animal-act circuses into the trash heap of degrading forms of entertainment, such as gladiator contests, blackface minstrel shows, bear baiting, bullfights — the list is endless — as well as freak shows, which were once essential parts of circuses and also worked to increase our credulity and dull our humanity. http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/01/20/2599741/animal-act-circuses-not-good-for.html#storylink=cpy#storylink=cpy


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