Winners of the coveted PHIL award this year were Chauncey Kroner, Drew Brown and Chase Martin.
Two hundred and ten jugglers and four vendors attended the thirty-fifth annual Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival February 1-3 in Atlanta Georgia. The Yaarab Temple space was lovely as always, and many old friends re-united over new passing patterns on Friday night.
Winners of the coveted PHIL award this year were Kellin Quinn, Daniel Brown and Lucian Fuller.
About 200 jugglers registered for the 34th annual Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival held February 3,4 and 5, 2012. Most were from the Southeast, but folks traveled from Texas, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Minnesota. One or two even made it here from Montreal. The weather mostly favored us in spite of predictions of rain, and Friday's turnout was a little larger than last year.
Winners of the coveted PHIL award this year were Neil and Heather, Austin Bruckner and David Ferman.
About 168 jugglers registered for the 33rd annual Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival February 4,5,and 6 2011. Friday started out a little light, probably because of the heavy rain and some sleet North of Atlanta which slowed many travelers. Highlights on the floor included a 5-foot walking globe and a short informal club-stealing workshop led by Florida's Amazing Kenny. Some high-school kids wandered through and got juggling lessons as well. By late Friday evening the floor was filling in with lots of people tossing, spinning, twirling, and riding.
Winners of the coveted PHIL award this year were Ashley Ellis, Andrew Ruiz and Ted Joblin..
Several jugglers from a bunch of states as well as France, Canada and South Africa came to juggle at the thirty-second Annual Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival held Feb. 5-7 at the Yaarab Shrine Temple on Ponce de Leon Avenue in downtown Atlanta. Our Master of Ceremonies Rodger French traveled the farthest to get to Atlanta, flying 8,424 miles for the privilege of chaperoning us at the public show. The weather was cool and wet for much of the festival, but things hopped inside the building as objects flew and old friends renewed acquaintance.
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