Formerly operating in North and South Austin locations, Trapeze Texas, which offers flying trapeze classes for ages 5 and older, opened at 2207 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, on Feb. 2. The location features an outdoor trapeze rig, which offers capacity for as many as 28 people an hour. Theresa Kirby, an owner of the company, said Trapeze Texas also hosts parties and corporate events. 512-608-7988. www.trapezetexas.com
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