Sean Emery, juggler, helps kick off Greenbush Library Summer Reading Program

These young fellows were part of a large audience who were captivated by juggler Sean Emery at the Greenbush Public Library’s Summer Reading program on Wednesday, June 9. (photo by Mavis Gonshorowski)

Sean Emery wowed his audience by balancing a dish on a pole that was positioned on his chin while, at the same time, playing a mandolin. (photo by Mavis Gonshorowski)

Entertainer Emery not only made juggling pins while on a unicycle look easy, but he also jumped rope while on the “one-wheeler”. (photo by Mike Korczak)

Sean Emery and his juggling act appeared at the Greenbush Public Library on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, to help kick off the Summer Reading program.

A professionally-trained juggler and clown, Emery started his career with Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus.  When he’s not performing, he teaches the circus arts at the University of Minnesota and also offers a workshop – Introduction to Antic Arts – to schools, libraries, and community events.

A resident of St. Paul, Minn, Emery and his popular juggling act has entertained at   fairs and festivals including the Minnesota State Fair for 25 years.

Sean Emery’s appearance at the Greenbush Library was sponsored by the Minnesota Legacy Act.

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