Public Show Information

What: There will be featured performances from professional juggling and comedy acts as well as local acts.

When: Saturday March 28, 2009 7:00pm

Where:LaSells-Stewart Center, Oregon State University
(Located an easy half mile walk from the Fieldhouse or you can tour the campus along the way using the Interactive Campus Map)

Cost: FREE!! (all donations gladly accepted!)
This show will be free to the public on a first come, first serve basis (1200 seats).
Note: The 2007 PNWJC Public Show was held in Milam Hall Auditorium which seats 700, and it was filled to capacity.

Booked Performers/Entertainers

Matt Hall ~ Juggle Sensei

Aaron Gregg ~ Stunt Superstar

Curtis Carlyle ~ Our show's emcee

Neon Ninja ~ David Sallee

Arete Juggling

Code Red Circus Conspiracy

Louie Foxx ~ The Bullwhip Guy

Joe Showers

Becky Banning ~ unicycle rider extraordinaire

Last updated on 2009-02-23 by Crizzly


Anonymous said...

How long is the show? Because earth hour is march 28th at 8:30pm.

Cheryl said...

Yes, please consider stopping the show at 8:30pm or at least have a 5 minute glow in the dark presentation at that point.


World Wildlife Fund is asking individuals, businesses, governments and organizations around the world to turn off their lights for one hour – Earth Hour – to make a global statement of concern about climate change and to demonstrate commitment to finding solutions.

On March 28, 2009 at 8:30 p.m. local time, hundreds of millions of people around the world will make a bold statement about climate change. By turning off your lights for one hour, Earth Hour, you will send a message that Americans care about this issue and stand with the rest of the world in finding solutions to the escalating climate crisis.

So far 2,900 cities and towns in 83 countries have already committed to VOTE EARTH for Earth Hour 2009, as part of the worlds first global election between Earth and global warming. In the USA, cities have agreed to take part including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York City, San Francisco and Washington DC, with more signing up every day. Around the world cities like Moscow, Hong Kong, Mumbai, Shanghai and Mexico City will turn out their lights.

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