Sampson County Public Libraries will conclude their annual Summer Reading Program with a juggling and magic performance by “Flow Circus” at the J.C. Holliday Library on Saturday, July 26.
The star performer, Paul Miller, chose to juggle balls instead of numbers after graduating in 1994 with a degree in accounting. During his show he will share how a trip to the circus inspired him to visit his local library, which lead him to learn about juggling, magic, balloon sculpting, and the history of the circus. In 1999, he founded Flow Circus with a mission to promote active learning and play through the juggling arts.
The library invites all kids young and old to attend the event, and we encourage everyone to come early to get a good seat—on the floor, of course! For more information, please contact Addie Hodges, Children’s Librarian, at 910-592-4153 for further information.