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PTC hosting literary juggler Tuesday at library event

On Tuesday Dec. 29, the Peachtree City Library in cooperation with the Peachtree City Parks and Recreation Department will be offering a FREE Literary Juggling Performance by guest performer Ron Anglin from Quite a Catch Juggling.

Ron Anglin has over 3,500 performances across the country and has also volunteered with the Big Apple Circus Clown Care program at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

The performance will begin at 10:30am at the PTC Library in the Children’s Section. The event is free, advance registration is not required and the show will go for approximately an hour. The Peachtree City Library is at 201 Willowbend Road, just off of Highway 54 in Peachtree City. The target age group for this performance is age 3 and Up.

For more information please contact the Peachtree City Library at 770 631-2520.

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