Juggler wows kids at North Aurora library

  • Juggler Jason Kollum shows kids his skills Saturday at Messenger Public Library in North Aurora. More than 20 children took part in tis event.

      Juggler Jason Kollum shows kids his skills Saturday at Messenger Public Library in North Aurora. More than 20 children took part in tis event. Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Juggler Jason Kollum shows kids of all ages and their parents his skills Saturday at Messenger Public Library in North Aurora.

      Juggler Jason Kollum shows kids of all ages and their parents his skills Saturday at Messenger Public Library in North Aurora. Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Isabel Mellish, 2, of Batavia is all smiles while watching Juggler Jason Kollum show off his skills Saturday at Messenger Public Library in North Aurora.

      Isabel Mellish, 2, of Batavia is all smiles while watching Juggler Jason Kollum show off his skills Saturday at Messenger Public Library in North Aurora. Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 1/3/2015 7:21 PM

Juggler Jason Kollum visited the Messenger Library in North Aurora Saturday to show kids and families how he keeps balls, clubs, rings, spinning balls, giant beanbag chairs and many other items flying through the air.

Kollum conducted a hands-on workshop where kids of all ages got to try out skills they got to see in the show.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"The best thing about doing the library shows is that it's interactive," he said.

Jen Coyle registers for lots of the library programs for her children. She loves the fact they give her children the opportunity to interact with other children, she said. "The juggler was a fun event for my family," Coyle said.

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