Henry the Juggler: Aug. 19, 10 am

Henry the Juggler (alias Henry Lappen), considered armed (and legged) and dangerous, is known to cause spontaneous outbursts of laughter. He speaks little, but says a great deal through his expression and body language (and road signs!). He has in his possession BALLS, CLUBS, RINGS, TORCHES and other apparatus of his trade. He is capable of walking on a thin wire high above the ground. He is known to change his height through the use of stilts.

This event is appropriate for all ages.

WARNING: Henry involves innocent bystanders in his act.

This program is sponsored by the Saugus Public Library and generously funded by the Saugus Cultural Council, a local arm of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

This event will be held at the Saugus Iron Works, at 10:00 am, on Thursday, August 19th.


Watch this space for weather cancellations, or rain dates, or other updates.


Published: August 16th, 2021

Author: Alan Thibeault
Tags:Henry Lappen, Henry the Juggler, juggler, Program, Saugus Iron Works,