Sean Emery Circus Arts June 13-17!

Sean Emery

Through performing and teaching juggling and other circus arts, Sean Emery combines a great introduction to ‘Antic Arts’ in a way that will challenge audiences to also think about their character and passion in life.

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Bring the kids to see Sean Emery’s circus shenanigans at one of the following locations:

Monday, June 13
10:30 a.m. – Fertile Library
2 p.m. – Crookston Library
6 p.m. – Climax Library

Tuesday, June 14
1 p.m. – Fosston Library
3 p.m. – McIntosh Library
6 p.m. – Bagley Library

Wednesday, June 15
10:30 a.m. – Detroit Lakes Library
2 p.m. – Mahnomen Library
4:30 p.m. – Ada Library

Thursday, June 16
10:30 a.m. – Hawley Library
2 p.m. – Moorhead Library
4:30 p.m. – Hendrum LINK Site

Friday, June 17
10:30 a.m. – Barnesville Library
1 p.m. – Rothsay LINK Site
4:30 p.m. – Breckenridge Library

Sean Emery is more than just a funny guy juggler. He is a professionally-trained juggler and clown, having started his career with Ringling Bros. Circus and is now one of the most in-demand entertainers for fairs and festivals throughout the country. Sean’s performances have taken him around the world in venues as diverse as Radio City Music Hall, theaters, cabarets, and even at the White House. He’s a master of juggling and physical comedy; he’s witty and charming.

Sean Emery serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Minnesota each Spring and he and his wife, Meg, operate the Xelias! Aerial Arts Studio in Minneapolis, MN. Xelias! Aerial Arts Studio recognizes each individual’s raw talent and uses it as a base to build confidence, courage and strength through circus training. Through the teaching and performing of circus arts, Sean and Meg help students develop the life skills of teamwork, discipline, perseverance and artistic athleticism. In doing so, they nurture their students and keep the integrity and appreciation for the circus arts alive into future generations.

These events are free and open to all.

Programming is sponsored by Lake Agassiz Regional Library and supported in part with money from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage fund.