Sylvania Sunrise Lions Club

Frequently Asked Questions

Sylvania Sunrise Lions Club, Inc. presents the Kelly Miller Circus on August 10, 2018 at the corner of Centennial & Brint. Shows at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

This year the circus will feature new acrobatic acts and will not use wild animals for the show. 

1.      How much are tickets?

In Advance of Circus Day
$10.00 Adult
$7.00 Children 2-12
$7.00 Senior 65+
Infants under 2 are free

Box Office on Circus Day
$13.00 Adult
$8.00 Children 2-12
$8.00 Seniors 65+
Infants under 2 are free

You can purchase advance tickets at Sautter's (5519 Main St, Sylvania, OH 43560) or Metamora Bank (8282 Erie St, Sylvania, OH 43560) in Sylvania. 

2.      What age is a child?
The child ticket is good for children 12 and under.  If an infant is going to sit on the parent’s lap the entire performance, they do not need a ticket.  A 2 year old, however, will need his or her own ticket.

3.      What is the seating like?
The seats are bleachers.  There is ring-side seating available for an additional $2 (can be purchased from the circus box office the day of the show).  Seating is limited to 200 guests at each performance, and tickets sell out quickly!  Only a limited number of people will be admitted after the “standing room only” sign is posted.  

4.      Can I return tickets I did not use after the show?
No.  This is a fundraiser and once the ticket is sold, it cannot be returned either to the purchase location or the Sylvania Sunrise Lions Club.

5.      What if it’s sold out?
If tickets are sold out of the outlets, there will be a limited supply available the day of the show at the circus box office.  If the 4:30pm show is sold out, you will be asked to return for the 7:30pm show. The ticket is a general admission ticket and can be used for one of the two performances. Arrive early to get in to the show time you want! Tickets will be removed from the ticket outlets the day before the show. 

6.      How much is parking?
Parking is free, however, donations are appreciated. 

7.      This is a fundraiser; where is my money going?
The Sylvania Sunrise Lions Club distributes all proceeds back into the community.  In June 2011, they unveiled the Roaring Lion drinking fountain at Sylvania Pacesetter Park.  Each year, the club offers a $1,000 scholarship to a Sylvania area high school senior who has demonstrated a strong involvement in community service.  The club helps support organizations such as S.C.A.T. and Sylvania Area Family Services.  Lions have a strong connection with the Sight Center of Northwest Ohio and are working diligently to be even more involved in the community in the future.

8.      Are there any other events related to the circus?
The elephants will raise the tent at 9:00 a.m.; come watch the spectacle for free!

9.      Where can I find out more information?
Visit us on facebook, or send us an email.

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