Meetings

Queen’s and Kingston Jugglers’ Clubs

Absolute beginners and expert jugglers, everyone is welcome! Meetings are always free, but if you’re going to attend regularly, we hope you’ll become a member.

For the fall of 2017, we meet every Wednesday from 7–9 pm and every Saturday from 1–3 pm. Room bookings are a bit scattered, so see below for our planned locations. On Saturdays, if the weather is nice, we’ll meet outdoors. Where two locations are listed, try the first location and if it’s otherwise occupied go to the second. Descriptions of the locations are below the list.

Locations may change! Please re-check this table and look at the mailing list archive, the news page, or our Twitter feed @Ktownjugglers for updates and last-minute notices.

Day Date Time Location
Wed 20 Sep 7–9pm Lower Ceilidh or John Orr
Sat 23 Sep 10am–5pm Princess St. Promenade in front of 174 Princess
Wed 27 Sep 7–9pm Wallace Hall
Sat 30 Sep 1–3pm City Park or Wallace Hall
Wed 4 Oct 7–9pm Wallace Hall
Sat 7 Oct 1–3pm City Park or Wallace Hall
Wed 11 Oct 7–9pm Lower Ceilidh or John Orr
Sat 14 Oct 1–3pm City Park, Lower Ceilidh or Sutherland
Wed 18 Oct 7–9pm Lower Ceilidh or John Orr
Sat 21 Oct 1–3pm Lower Ceilidh
Wed 25 Oct 7–9pm Lower Ceilidh or room 352
Sat 28 Oct 1–3pm Wallace Hall
Wed 1 Nov 7–9pm Lower Ceilidh or John Orr
Sat 4 Nov 10am–midnight Limestone City Juggling Festival!
Wed 8 Nov 7–9pm Lower Ceilidh
Sat 11 Nov 1–3pm Wallace Hall
Wed 15 Nov 7–9pm Lower Ceilidh or John Orr
Sat 18 Nov 1–3pm Lower Ceilidh
Wed 22 Nov 7–9pm Lower Ceilidh or John Orr
Sat 25 Nov 1–3pm Wallace Hall
Wed 29 Nov 7–9pm Wallace Hall
Sat 2 Dec 1–3pm Wallace Hall

Our City Park location is south of Bagot Street between Barrie and West (the orange marker on the map below).

The rooms listed below are in the John Deutsch University Centre, at the corner of University and Union (the red marker on the map below), also known as the JDUC (jay-duck).

The BioSciences Atrium is in the Biosciences Complex on Arch Street (the purple marker). It’s a large open area with live trees.

See on Google Maps.