Not Quite Pittsburgh Juggling Festival VI Nov 1-3
Posted September 2, 2013
We're back at our original location, remodeled and bigger and better than ever! All events all three days in one building!
The show emcee is Bob Nickerson, The Jock-ular Juggler. The lineup includes jugglers David Cain, a Guinness world-record holder and International Jugglers' Association numbers gold medalist; Stephen Doutt, Bob Curtis, and Emily Carlson and Mike Moore; the Case Western University Juggling Club; world-record-setting yo-yoer Jesse Christe and hoop performer Rosalie Daval.
Our fest features: open juggling, workshops, games, raffle, vendors, used prop table, learn-to-juggle, choreography competition, light-up juggling (weather permitting), and lots of nearby restaurants for when you work up an appetite juggling!
Unicycles and stilts that won't leave marks on the floor are welcome.
Sorry, fire is not permitted on the property.
Activities Friday night, Saturday leading up the the show, and Sunday are free, but donations are gladly accepted to cover costs.
About the Not Quite Pittsburgh Juggling Festival: Our festival is held in a nearby suburb of Pittsburgh, so it is not quite Pittsburgh, you see! The annual festival is hosted by the Leave It To Beaver Valley Jugglers and Quaker Valley Middle School Juggling Club, an after school program with over 100 student members!
Friday, November 1, 6–10pm open juggling
Saturday, November 2, 10am–5:30pm open juggling
Saturday, November 3, 7:30pm big show!
Sunday, November 3, 11am–3pm open juggling
Quaker Valley Middle School Gym
201 Graham St.
Sewickley, PA 15143
Update from the organizers: Apparently since the school's renovation they decided to change their address for some reason even though they did not move! The address is now 618 Harbaugh St., Sewickley, PA and not 201 Graham St. It is physically in the same location as when it was considered Graham St., just an address change. So, yes your GPS will still get you there even if you go by the Graham St. address. Sorry for any confusion.
Yesterday I visited the school to see more about the new auditorium and gym that they built and we are in for a great festival! We know those of you than plan to come will love the new space and it will have been worth the two year wait to get back there!
Show tickets are available during the festival or at the door.
Admission to general juggling activities is free, but donations are accepted to cover festival costs. Show tickets are $6, with children ages 10 and younger admitted for free.
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