Saturday, the Air Raid Juggling Club in Charlottesville marked “world juggling day” by teaching people how to juggle all sorts of different objects.
The club's president, Erin Riley, says the activity can be done almost anywhere and offers benefits beyond just hand eye coordination.
"If you can juggle 3 objects for 1 minute, you can increase the neural pathways in your brain, so it's my way to make the world a better place" said Riley."
"World juggling day" commemorates the founding of the International Jugglers Association on June 17, 1947.
It's observed every year on the Saturday before that date.
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