Another snowy Tuesday, combined with freezing temperatures, equals another cancelled Juggling club session tonight. Let’s all be safe and stay off the roads tonight. Practice juggling at home with leftover fruitcake from the holidays, or keep your New Year’s resolution and work on learning a new trick / skill this year!
We will try to meet again for our next regularly-scheduled juggling meeting on Tuesday, January 20th, weather permitting.
On Saturday, June 14, 2014, members of the Lancaster Throwback Juggling Club will join with jugglers from all over the world to celebrate World Juggling Day.
The Lancaster Throwback Juggling Club will gather in Lancaster’s Long’s Park near the Amphitheater from 1pm to 4pm, weather permitting. Area residents are invited to stop by for free juggling lessons, or just to watch the jugglers practice and perform.
Jugglers across the globe will be doing likewise to spotlight juggling, and generate enthusiasm for and awareness of juggling among the general public. This world-wide event has been organized on the internet by the International Jugglers’ Association (IJA) in celebration of its founding in June 1947.
Juggling clubs from all over the world are posting their plans for World Juggling Day at the IJA web site, www.juggle.org. For more information on the Lancaster PA event, contact Susan Williams at (717) 471-6895 or email@example.com.
On May 1, the Lancaster Throwback Juggling Club will be meeting at the Elizabethtown High School auditorium to watch a free show by Chris Ivey. The show is at 6:30pm and the street address is 600 East High Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022.
There will be no meeting at the usual location! Hope to see you at E-Town.
On Friday, December 9th at 6:30 pm, IJA Gold Medal Champion (and friend of the Lancaster Throwback Jugglers) Chris Ivey will be the feature at a charity event in Mount Joy. Admission is free and it is for all ages. Check out the poster for details.
Chris spent an evening with the juggling club this past March and gave us practical advice on how to practice (using all of your senses), along with helping us with individual tricks.