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Jugglers to put on charity show at Stanford
STANFORD -- The Stanford Court Jugglers will sponsor a benefit performance titled "A Juggling Affaire" at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, in Cubberley Auditorium at Stanford University's School of Education building.
The show will feature performances by some of the Bay Area's best known jugglers, including Frank Olivier, Fred Anderson, Markus Markoni, Jean-Paul Valjean ("The Amazing Valentine"), Scott Meltzer (of the "American Dream Comedy Team"), Grinn & Barrett, and Cliff and Mary Spenger.
"A Juggling Affaire" will benefit the Child Advocacy Council, a non-profit agency that works to prevent child abuse in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties through a wide range of community education programs. Tickets are $5 and can be reserved by calling Nancy Wagner at (415) 851-5429.
The show caps off the Third Seemingly Annual Juggling Festival, which begins at 2 p.m. in Stanford's Roble Gym and is free and open to anyone interested in juggling.
The Stanford Court Jugglers, a voluntary student organization, is an affiliate of the International Jugglers Association, a non-profit organization of hobbyists and professionals dedicated to the enhancement of juggling.
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