The Tampa Bay Jugglers Club has been spreading the joy of juggling throughout the bay area since 1975.
Ed Kosco is one of the club’s founding members and is still in the club today.
"I never thought the club would be going this long," said Kosco, "especially with me in the club."
The Tamp Bay Juggler's Club meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Loretta Ingram Community Center in Tampa.
Samantha Mendelson, and her two kids, are members of the juggler's club.
"It’s a lot of fun for us to do together," said Mendelson. "It’s really creative. We’ve met so many interesting people we wouldn’t have been exposed to."
While both professional and novice jugglers are in the club, no juggling experience is needed to join. One of they're primary purposes is to teach people.
"Certainly the young kids pick it up faster than the senior citizens," said Kosco, "but anyone can learn to juggle."
There is no fee to join the Tampa Bay Juggler's Club. However, you do have to pay to get into the Loretta Ingram Community Center.
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