Airborne Jugglers Kick Off Library's Summer Reading Program

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Airborne Jugglers.jpgGreenwich, CT -- The Airborne Jugglers will kickoff Greenwich Library's Summer Reading Program with a show guaranteed to amaze and delight on Saturday, June 27, at 2 p.m. in the Cole Auditorium. The husband and wife team, Joe Murray and Susan Kirby, blend their expertise in juggling and comedy with a bit of wacky magic for an overall high energy, high impact show.


This year's Summer Reading Program theme is Be Creative at Your Library. The Summer Reading Club, for students grades K-5, is designed to encourage the joy of reading through activities, games, incentives and a summer full of special programs.

The educational and entertaining stage show combines juggling and music with a performance style that connects with every child. The show will introduce children to a variety of juggling skills, which they will experience during the hands-on workshops.


Following the show, the Airborne Jugglers will conduct a juggling workshop for children ages 7 and up, at 3:15 p.m. in the Meeting Room. Registration is required for the workshop begining Friday, June 5 in the Children's Room or by calling 622-7940.


Raffles and refreshments will follow the performance. Doors will open at 1:45pm. No tickets required. For more information or to register for the juggling workshop, please contact the Children's Room at 622-7940.

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