Mar 19, 2020 8:00 PM

Salina Shrine Circus rescheduled for September

Posted Mar 19, 2020 8:00 PM

The Tony's Pizza Events Center has announced that the Salina Shrine Circus has been rescheduled to Sept. 11, 12, and 13.

You won’t want to miss the talents of the Tarzan Zerbini Circus and its many performers. Enjoy the animals, flying trapeze artists, elephant rides, clowns, face painting, and more. Build lasting memories with your children with the magic of the Salina Shrine Circus.

Any tickets already purchased for the cancelled April dates will be good for the new performance dates and times.

Friday, Sept. 11 -- 2 and 7 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 12 -- 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 7 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 13 -- 2 p.m.

Advance tickets are on sale now and are $9 for children ages 2-12 and $17 for adults. 

Ticket prices increase $1 day of the show.

The Salina Shrine Circus is a fundraiser for the Isis Shrine of Salina, whose mission is to assist families of children that require treatment for orthopedics, burn care, cleft lip and palates, spinal cord injuries and other injuries or traumas. The Isis Shrine Temple was established in 1887.

Tickets are on sale now through the Tony’s Pizza Events Center Box Office, online, and or by calling 888-826-SHOW (7469). All seats are general admission.

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UPDATE: U.S. 81 mill and overlay begins Monday in Cloud County

UPDATE: This project was rescheduled to begin today, according to KDOT.

CLOUD COUNTY -- On Monday, the Kansas Department of Transportation will begin a mill and overlay project on U.S. Highway 81, beginning at the Cloud/Ottawa county line and continuing north for approximately three miles.

Traffic will be reduced to one 12-foot lane with a reduced speed through the work zone. Drivers should expect minor delays, not exceeding five minutes.

APAC Inc. of Hutchinson is the prime contractor and has scheduled this project to be completed in May 2020, weather permitting, at a cost of $735,000.

KDOT urges all motorists to be alert and obey the warning signs when approach and driving through a highway work zone.  To stay aware of all road construction projects across Kansas go to or call 5-1-1.