At Sydney Juggling, we try to juggle as often as possible but it’s been raining in Sydney this past week, and there’s nothing worse than trying to juggle with wet and slippery props. Muddy rings, juggling clubs and balls are neither useful nor attractive.
Nonetheless, we are still meeting in air conditioned halls once a week, flipping pancakes and turning cartwheels, throwing hoops, rings, clubs and juggling balls in the air and hoping to catch them. Juggling is a great way to spend an afternoon. It’s more than a hobby, it’s a lifestyle.
Some of the jugglers in Sydney are professionals and you can contact them for kid’s parties or event entertainment. They’re very skilled and lots of fun.
Next week will be exciting. It’s World Juggling Day on Saturday 17th, so be sure to share some love with your favourite juggler, even if they’re not from Sydney. There are special celebratory events all over the world, so if you are a juggler, make sure you join one. If you’re not a juggler, maybe you’d like to become one?
We are getting excited about the European Juggling Convention in Lublin, Poland, which is just over a month away. Some of us are going, and there will be lots of news to share from there.
Juggling is life