More Videos

No room at the Thurston County jail 1:40

No room at the Thurston County jail

Hank is finally a free dog 2:11

Hank is finally a free dog

MiSo Fit Fast Fresh opens second location in Lacey 1:38

MiSo Fit Fast Fresh opens second location in Lacey

UW coach Chris Petersen on UCLA: 'They got a lot of weapons … a lot of speed.' 0:41

UW coach Chris Petersen on UCLA: 'They got a lot of weapons … a lot of speed.'

Russell Wilson on his trick-play TD to Richardson, go-ahead score to Baldwin at NYG 2:22

Russell Wilson on his trick-play TD to Richardson, go-ahead score to Baldwin at NYG

Listeria is rare but dangerous 0:33

Listeria is rare but dangerous

Olympia City Council, Position 7 16:00

Olympia City Council, Position 7

Olympia City Council, Position 5 27:39

Olympia City Council, Position 5

Port of Olympia, District 2 20:36

Port of Olympia, District 2

Lacey City Council, Position 7 24:22

Lacey City Council, Position 7

  • VIDEO: Olympia's Jusby the Clown and Draco play with fire

    Olympia resident Justin Wright, also known as Jusby the Clown, will bring his "flaming mistletoe" and more to the Museum of Glass for a short New Year's Eve performance. Wright will be joined by fellow fire dancer and Olympia resident Theodore Jerdes, who goes by the stage name Draco. Jerdes also performs with flaming hoops, flaming poi and flaming staffs.

Olympia resident Justin Wright, also known as Jusby the Clown, will bring his "flaming mistletoe" and more to the Museum of Glass for a short New Year's Eve performance. Wright will be joined by fellow fire dancer and Olympia resident Theodore Jerdes, who goes by the stage name Draco. Jerdes also performs with flaming hoops, flaming poi and flaming staffs. By Andy Hobbs and Amelia Dickson ahobbs@theolympian.com and adickson@theolympian.com
Olympia resident Justin Wright, also known as Jusby the Clown, will bring his "flaming mistletoe" and more to the Museum of Glass for a short New Year's Eve performance. Wright will be joined by fellow fire dancer and Olympia resident Theodore Jerdes, who goes by the stage name Draco. Jerdes also performs with flaming hoops, flaming poi and flaming staffs. By Andy Hobbs and Amelia Dickson ahobbs@theolympian.com and adickson@theolympian.com

Olympia’s Jusby the Clown and Draco will light things up at free First Night show

December 30, 2015 5:16 PM

More Videos

No room at the Thurston County jail 1:40

No room at the Thurston County jail

Hank is finally a free dog 2:11

Hank is finally a free dog

MiSo Fit Fast Fresh opens second location in Lacey 1:38

MiSo Fit Fast Fresh opens second location in Lacey

UW coach Chris Petersen on UCLA: 'They got a lot of weapons … a lot of speed.' 0:41

UW coach Chris Petersen on UCLA: 'They got a lot of weapons … a lot of speed.'

Russell Wilson on his trick-play TD to Richardson, go-ahead score to Baldwin at NYG 2:22

Russell Wilson on his trick-play TD to Richardson, go-ahead score to Baldwin at NYG

Listeria is rare but dangerous 0:33

Listeria is rare but dangerous

Olympia City Council, Position 7 16:00

Olympia City Council, Position 7

Olympia City Council, Position 5 27:39

Olympia City Council, Position 5

Port of Olympia, District 2 20:36

Port of Olympia, District 2

Lacey City Council, Position 7 24:22

Lacey City Council, Position 7

  • Hank is finally a free dog

    After spending five months at the Lewis County Animal Shelter for falsely being considered dangerous, Hank the dog was finally allowed to return to his loving home.