FACE PAINTING. Carol has been painting faces for many years at community events such at the Belleville Waterfront Festival (she set up and coordinated the face painting tent there for several years) and, more recently, at the opening games of the Belleville Senators. Faces include super heroes such as Batman, Spiderman and Wonder Woman; scary characters such as vampires, witches and skeletons; sport fan faces; characters such as Elsa and Ninja Turtles; as well as princesses, warriors, cats, dogs and clowns.
BALLOON TWISTING. Christopher the Twistopher is a professional balloon twister who has been bringing colourful fun and excitement to events, big and small, since 2009 and boasts over 100 unique balloon designs. With only a bag of balloons, a pump, fast hands and a friendly smile, he quickly turns any location into a menagerie of cute and colourful characters, each with a personality all its own. Whether you’re planning a community event, corporate event, company picnic, school fun fair, grand opening, birthday party, festivals of all kinds and more, Christopher can surprise and delight children and adults with his colourful creations.
Christopher has performed at the Belleville Waterfront Festival every year since 2009. He’s also performed many times at the Belleville Flavours of Fall Harvest Festival, the Mayor’s New Years Levee, the Stirling Water Buffalo Festival, Albert College Family Day, the Wellington Canada Day and Belleville Canada Day celebrations, the Celebrate Marmora Festival, and the CFB Trenton Annual Christmas Party, just to name a few! He’s even held balloon twisting workshops! For information about pricing, availability, and services, Christopher can be reached at email@example.com or by calling or texting 613-885-7276. See some of his amazing balloon sculptures below), or please visit http://quinteartscouncil.org/profile/christopher-the-twistopher/
DANCE. We offer step dancing performances and workshops – Cape Breton, Acadian, Ottawa Valley and Appalachian styles. Carol taught step dancing at the Quinte Ballet School Recreational Dance Division for many years. Chris studied tap and step dance and has performed on many stages including the Belleville Waterfront Festival, Tir Nan Og in Kingston, and at the Olympic torch run ceremonies in Picton.