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Tulsa, Oklahoma

We meet once each week, on Saturday mornings. Because of the impending sale of our former meeting place, our schedule is a little in flux. (A lot, actually).

If you want to join us for juggling, please do! We'll be glad to have you! But I strongly suggest you call or send email, so that you can have the most current info on meeting locations and activities.

Nomally, we gather at the Java Dave's Coffee house at 3310 S. Peoria. That will be from about 8:30 (?) - 9:30 (?). This is a recent change, so please be patient. People WILL show up.

About 9:30 or 10:00 AM, we move from Java Dave's on to the juggling part of the meeting, at the Henthorne Community Center, at 4825 S. Quaker. Their phone number is: 746-5053. I am working on a map, but right now, the best I can tell you is to find the McDonald's near 48th and Peoria, and then go EAST about two blocks.

(I strongly suggest you call me at Christ the King Church, 918 584 4788, just to make sure of everything, or send me mail at robdye@writeme.com.)

October 17: On this day, most of our membership will be helping with the annual DogFest, out at the Tulsa State Fairgrounds.

DogFest '98 is a benefit for Therapetics Service Dogs of Oklahoma. They provide training of dogs for assisting the disabled. Two of the guiding forces of Therapetics are members of the T-Town Jugglers, and we likes to help out our own. 8)

If you would like to help out on that day, please send mail to Susan Bello.)

October 24: Our regular meeting is planned, but please call or send mail to verify time and location.

ON RARE OCCASSIONS, we do not meet at our normal locale. This happens when there is some special festival in town, such as the Gatesway Balloon Fest, or the Chili and Jazz Festival, etc. In those cases, we set up a place and time to meet at the festival, and invite all comers to join us for juggling lessons, and try to sign up a few new victims - er, members. Call or send email to verify the meeting.

Our membership roster includes a wide spectrum of skill levels, from raw beginners to professionals. You should find someone to match your skill level without trouble, and there are always folks willing to do some ball, club, or ring passing.

We are always more than happy to teach any newcomers the basics of juggling!

For more information, call or write:

T-Town Jugglers



Robert M. Dye
(at Christ the King Catholic Church)



Randal "Cap'n" Sweeden
12314 S. 14th Street
Jenks, OK 74037

Go to the Juggling Information Service.
Go to Robert Dye's HomePage at Geocities.