To learn the basic skills of juggling scarves, balls, rings, and clubs and to demonstrate and teach those skills at community events, assisted living facilities, and for community service organizations.
Juggling is taught and practiced during extended day hours. Minimum specified performance levels and regular attendance at teams practices are required for community performances.
Performances this Spring include a special fine arts PTO performance, Hands Are Not for Hurting Expo at the Paddock Mall, Art in the Park at Tuscawilla Park, March of Dimes, Arbor Day Celebration at Tuscawilla Park, Maplewood Elementary Arts Festival and Family Day at the Appleton Museum.
Practice and Performance
Service and Success
Please visit our information page for extensive information on the benefits of our program and a list of past community performances and partnerships with community agencies/organizations.