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  • Watch Kenyan acrobats form human pyramids at the Lynden Fair

    Zuzu African Acrobats thrill the crowd at the Festival Stage at the Northwest Washington Fair Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017. The Kenyan acrobats, dance, flip and form human pyramids three times a day at the fair.

Watch Kenyan acrobats form human pyramids at the Lynden Fair

Zuzu African Acrobats thrill the crowd at the Festival Stage at the Northwest Washington Fair Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017. The Kenyan acrobats, dance, flip and form human pyramids three times a day at the fair.
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