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Topic: Juggler needed??
Message: Posted by: Sam Sandler (Nov 20, 2009 01:37PM)
HI there guys and girls

I have no idea where to post this!
if you do then let me know.

here is the deal.

I teach a magic camp every year in PA near Villinova not to far from philly.
we are in need of a juggler to teach a juggling class. I am already booked up for all the magic so I can not do it.
if you are interested and would like steady work for 7 weeks
contact me and I will put you intouch with the hire up that are handling this side of it.

thanks

sam
Message: Posted by: trey (Nov 20, 2009 02:28PM)
Put a post in the "Catch this if you can" topic. It is down in the carnival section.

Trey
Message: Posted by: magicians (Nov 20, 2009 02:44PM)
Contact al angelo, juggler extroadinaire in PA
Message: Posted by: Sam Sandler (Nov 20, 2009 04:03PM)
Yes al is a good freind of mine and on the list to contact.
Message: Posted by: Majestic12 (Nov 23, 2009 05:41AM)
How is this coming along? Did you get anyone for the spot?
Message: Posted by: Sam Sandler (Nov 23, 2009 10:57AM)
Not yet
oly contacted one person as I have been very busy with shows

hope to call a few today (my day off) and then next week focus a lot on it.

wh y do you know some one that would liek to teach.

its a day camp and classses run 9am-2pm 3 90 minute classes each day the juggli9ng equipment is supplied but if you have your own stuff that you want to bring too that's great.

if any one is interested and wants more detials contact me
sam@samsandler.com

thanks
Message: Posted by: haywire (Nov 23, 2009 11:36AM)
Ask Al Angelo he is local to Philadelphia and a great juggler.

Also, Garret Lamara is local to Philly/NJ and also a great juggler...

Steven
Message: Posted by: Bob Sanders (Nov 25, 2009 08:47AM)
I second Steven on that one. Check with Al.

juggleral@comcast.net

Bob Sanders
Magic By Sander
Message: Posted by: Al Angello (Nov 27, 2009 05:17PM)
Sam
If I were you I'd ask Al
Message: Posted by: Sam Sandler (Nov 27, 2009 09:42PM)
Does any one know if Al is interested in teaching juggling at the camp?!
Message: Posted by: tomterm8 (Nov 29, 2009 03:18AM)
I think he might be. If so, I can recommend him. He's quite good.
Message: Posted by: Al Angello (Dec 6, 2009 03:57PM)
Tomterm8
I know the rest of these characters, but I'm not sure who you are. Could you tell me who you are please?
Message: Posted by: tomterm8 (Dec 7, 2009 08:02AM)
[quote]
On 2009-12-06 16:57, Al Angello wrote:
Tomterm8
I know the rest of these characters, but I'm not sure who you are. Could you tell me who you are please?
[/quote]

Sorry, Al, I didn't see yor post. My name is Thomas Ecclestone. I don't think we've talked to each other before. I've seen some of your work on the internet, which I enjoyed very much, and I've also talked to a few people who've been to your shows, and they were very enthusiastic.
Message: Posted by: Al Angello (Dec 7, 2009 05:26PM)
Thomas Ecclestone
Thank you very much.
Message: Posted by: danchanmagic (Feb 22, 2010 02:14PM)
You may contact me regarding future juggling opportunities.
Dan Chan Magic Man
http://www.danchanmagic.com
Message: Posted by: esther_scheffer (Feb 23, 2010 10:35AM)
Hi Sam,
If you (or the camp) would consider someone from the Netherlands as a juggling teacher....
Maybe the camp will take more international staff throug "camp america" programmes and the like? I was counsellor at a special needs summer camp in Southampton in 1995 (I did not juggle at that time though) http://www.sfah.org/about.asp
I had a wonderfull time back then.

If someone from Europe is an option (and if Al did not already take the job ;) , let me know, I might be seriously interested depending on the exact date and on costs (flight etc) versus income. Great to work abroad for some weeks and great to teach juggling :)
Message: Posted by: SeasideShowman (Feb 23, 2010 10:38AM)
[quote]
On 2010-02-22 15:14, danchanmagic wrote:
You may contact me regarding future juggling opportunities.
Dan Chan Magic Man
http://www.danchanmagic.com
[/quote]

You'd be willing to travel from San Fran to PA for a magic camp?

Just curious ...

Seaside Showman

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Message: Posted by: esther_scheffer (Feb 23, 2010 10:52AM)
@ seasideshowman
I Might be willing to travel from the Netherlands to PA for a mgic/juggling camp :) Haha.
Message: Posted by: Al Angello (Feb 23, 2010 11:02AM)
Esther_scheffer
When you come to Pennsylvania give me a call. After all I dream of visiting your country all the time. You have things there (tulips) that are less plentyful here. LOL
Message: Posted by: esther_scheffer (Feb 23, 2010 12:58PM)
Hi Al,
Well first I need a juggling job overthere Haha.
but the camp thing brings back very good memories! (although realizing it is 15 years ago I was there made me feel like getting old too...)
Anyways tulips I like as well. We have a thing with certain flowers plants and herbs I guess :) I would not recommened anyone to come to Holland for those though L0L

By the way I can't figure out what L0L means in english. In dutch it literally means "fun" so that would make sense, but in English....???
Message: Posted by: fettucinibrother (Feb 23, 2010 01:17PM)
It's internet short hand for "Laughing out loud"... or a different way of saying that you find something funny. Similar to the literal Dutch meaning, but in English it is not a word, but and abbreviation of words.
Message: Posted by: esther_scheffer (Feb 23, 2010 01:25PM)
@fettucinibrother
Thanx kind of solves a mistery to me :)
I was convinced it was not all internet users learning dutch!
And I did searched hard for a smiley face in LOL as well...
Message: Posted by: Al Angello (Feb 23, 2010 02:13PM)
I was refering to tulips. I do not know of any other flowering plants. LOL
Message: Posted by: esther_scheffer (Feb 23, 2010 02:48PM)
I should have said "I would not recommened anyone to come to Holland JUST for those"
If your in Holland anyway I think the tulips are nice especially a field full of them :) I like it.

I have spent a couple of days picking them once. Some friends of mine had kind of an act where they trew a plane full of tulips over a crowd of people like at a festival.
It was pretty nice. But they did need a lot of tulips. (most of the time other flowers were used because I think tulips are heavy and not floating in the air???)
They called themselves initiators of flower rain.
They stopped but I found some link on the net:

http://www.blossum.com/

http://www.blossum.com/database/porto/porto.html

http://natasaheydra.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/bloemenregen-01-foto-valerie-kuypers-anp.jpg?

http://www.cityliferotterdam.com/flowerrain/


Not magic and not juggling but when you are under a flowerrain it is magical anyways! Too bad it is hard to see it is flowers on the photos.