Join us in Atlanta for our 44th annual juggling festival at the Yaarab Shrine Center. Dates are Feb 4-6, 2022. Details here and on our festival Facebook page. Also here's a flyer you can print and share. Workshops this year are now listed (coming in Jan 2022). Download the entire schedule (3 B&W pages)(coming in Jan 2022).
Pre-register HERE in January 2022.
The Board of Directors decided to cancel our 2021 juggling festival at the Yaarab Shrine Center because of the pandemic.
Our extended juggling family was invited to send remote "love letters".
See these video "love letters" along with a timelapse video of the 40th Annual Groundhog Day Juggler's Festival from 2018.
Join us for the Little Five Points Halloween Parade on October xx, 2020.
We don't really march...we dance, skip, saunter, unicycle and pass clubs along the parade route for the thousands of onlookers and phone cameras.
Wear bright colors or any costume you want, the wackier the better! Bring juggling props.
We gather on the lawn outside the Little Five Points Community Center about 3 pm. Come early and enjoy the artist market and food vendors along Euclid Avenue before the parade. You can park in the community center lot if you tell them you're a juggler in the parade. Sometimes Euclid Ave is blocked off but you can get in our parking lot entrance on Alta Ave.
The parade starts at 4 pm. We line up behind the Seed and Feed Marching Abominable Band who leads the parade.
Winners of the coveted PHIL award this year were Andrew Kaefer, Scott Raison and LilyRuth Mamary, and Nash Abrahams. Congratulations! A special PHIL trophy was awarded this year to Richard Kennison for coaching 21 PHIL winners over the years from 1995-2020.
We celebrated World Juggling Day on Saturday, June 15, 2019 from 6-8 PM in Atlanta on the BeltLine greenspace at Ponce de Leon Ave on the east side of Ponce City Market. Over 30 jugglers from Atlanta and surrounding area including a juggler from Augusta, GA came to teach juggling and juggle together. Over 50 people stopped by to learn to juggle balls and clubs. We even taught an Atlant police officer to juggle clubs! Afterwards we walked to EATS across the street to eat dinner together. See photos.
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