These locations are open to all, and updated occasionally. Attendance is free, and you may be able to borrow hoops and other gear once you are there. But of course, it's easier to have your own gear. Make yourself known to the people attending, and have a great time!
The fire spinners are a large group of folk who practise various circus skills..firespinning, hula hooping, juggling...and meet on the second Friday or each month under the King William St Bridge, next to Jolley's restaurant, from dusk to about 11 pm. They are friendly, love spectators, answer questions and sometimes let people borrow their items...(but we always ask first.) I am usually there with a few spare hoops. The event is generally posted on Facebook, but if someone hasn't got round to posting, it's probably on anyway. Send me a message and I'll find out. However, if there is a strong southwesterly blowing, it's not a good place to be, so dry still nights are the best time to be there. Kids are welcome and have a great time!
On Thursday nights the area by Flinders University at Tonsley is a merry mix of jugglers, skaters and hula hoopers from about 6.30 pm to 8.30 or so. It is a free 'drop in' session and everyone is welcome. Bring your own gear and enjoy the free, huge undercover venue. If you have had a hoop class with me that night you may use hoops from the stack for practise!