Queen’s and Kingston
Jugglers’ Clubs

Kingston, Ontario, Canada

doing the unnecessary the hard way since 1992


Unfortunately the pandemic has defeated us for the moment. Until nice weather returns, or it’s safe to juggle together inside, it looks like we’re juggling alone. Keep ‘em flying, and remember, there’s an endless supply of three-ball tricks to learn, even in small spaces with low ceilings.

This video is a couple of years old, and Rosie has gone on to teach school in Nunavut, but it gives a pretty good idea what we’re about:

What’s up?

Check the news page for the latest happenings and any changes to meeting locations.


Your $20 annual membership lets you borrow equipment between meetings.


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Invite us to juggle for you! No charge for community events; fees for private functions vary.


Make the ultimate recycled juggling club with The Green Club Project.


We host an annual juggling festival every fall. The pandemic defeated us in 2020, but we’re cautiously optimistic for the fall of 2021. While you’re waiting you can look at the web pages from 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014.