To become successful as a business artists need good management. We appreciate Carol’s steady and reliable contributions over several decades.
Welcome everyone to the new and improved Jugglers.com.
We’ve given our site a facelift with a new look and streamlined navigation.
Thanks for stopping by and we look forward to working with you.
Some great shots on our Community Events Facebook page.
Check out our Facebook Photo Gallery from Longwood Gardens.
We were in 2 different locations yesterday, Penn Valley Fair & the Betsy Ross House with The Little Circus.
Tune in this weekend, August 19th-21st, as we share the latest photographs from Dulcimer Grove at the 50th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival on our brand new Flickr photostream.
We show enthusiasm for life. We show the results of making good choices.
The students see us having fun doing really cool things that require skill and practice.
We highlight that we make appropriate choices to be able to do these things, taking care of our bodies and brains and not getting ourselves unbalanced by drugs and alcohol.
Booking now for Red Ribbon Week theme programs.
These bosses with the hot tosses are full-time all-balls-in-the-air professional entertainers. Four of these rare lucky ducks live in Germantown.
Originally published on Wed, Apr. 18, 2007 by The Philadelphia Inquirer
By Karen Heller, Inquirer Staff Writer
Photo Credits: MICHAEL BRYANT / Inquirer Staff Photographer
Perhaps as a young child, say of 7 or 8, you saw your life laid out before you, a magical existence filled with bowling pins and unicycles, funny hats and enchanted crowds.
“When I grow up,” you might have declared to your parents, “I’m going to be a juggler.”
Well, as absurd as this sounds, some children grow up to do precisely that.