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Danielle Da Silva St. James Collegiate student Meghan Fast meets one of Cavalia’s horses.
Danielle Da Silva Cavalia artistic director Normand Latourelle.
Danielle Da Silva Amalie Herath snaps a picture with a horse.
Cavalia's horses were a big hit with the students.
Danielle Da Silva Odysseo’s performers worked closely with the students during the workshop.
Danielle Da Silva Odysseo presents the donations to local charity organizers. Pictured from left: Premier Greg Selinger, Cavalia artistic director Normand Latourelle, Tannis Richardson, True North's Kevin Donnelly, and Winnipeg Jets True North Foundation executive Dwayne Green.
Danielle Da Silva Pictured form left: David Tardif-Latourelle, WSO conductor Alexander Mickelthwate, and city councillor Jenny Gerbasi.
Danielle Da Silva Students work with Odysseo's performer during the workshop.
Danielle Da Silva Students stretch out before the balancing acts.
Danielle Da Silva Students learn how to balance like Cavalia’s acrobats.
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