Almost 1,000 people attended the Walker Brothers Circus on Sept. 20 at the Northampton County Cultural and Wellness Center in Jackson. Two 45-minute shows featured aerial, horses and clown performances.
Alena the aerialist performed Thursday during the Walker Brothers Circus in Jackson.
Five-year-old Greyson Bridgers, of Lasker, enjoyed his turn on the bouncy slide.
Five-year-old Aniya White, of Seaboard, got her face painted by Orlandito the clown.
Walker Brothers Circus Ringmaster Brian LaPalme started off the show Thursday by breathing fire into the air.
Tyasia Clark, 8, was excited to attend her first circus with her grandmother Ethel Stephenson, right.
Nine-year-old Megan Whichard, of Roanoke Rapids, had a chance to pose with a python at the circus Thursday.
Seven-year-old Jayden Watts, of Conway, played cowboy as he rides a pony at the circus.
Samana Clark, 9, enjoys her turn on the pony rides.
Tendaji Majette-Fleming, 22 months old, waited patiently in line for the circus to begin Thursday.
Two-year-old Reid Futrell, right, enjoyed a snow cone with help from grandparents Melody and Robert Futrell, of Ahoskie, at the circus.
William Abbott, 6, of Lawrenceville, Va., fed the llamas after the circus.
Orlandito the Clown, left, got some assistance from 4-year-old Xavier Jackson, of Weldon, during the Walker Brothers Circus. It was Jackson’s first time at the circus.