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Juggling celebration attracts a crowd

Published On: Jan 20 2013 05:52:58 PM CST

Juggling fanatics showed off their skills today at Madison College.

Madison Area Jugglers hosted the Madfest Juggling Festival, an event complete with music, comedy and juggling.

The celebration attracted hundreds of juggling experts, as well as people interested in learning the talent.

“We also do workshops,” Madison Area Jugglers member Mark Hayward said. “There are how to juggle workshops, and how to do all kinds of other things workshops.”

Madison Area Jugglers is a University of Wisconsin-Madison student organization, but it has members of all ages. The group is best known for its world champion club passing team, the Mad Five.

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