Juggler at Grantville Library May 29

Todd Key will bring his Flying Debris Circus to Grantville Library on May 29.

Key, one of our nation’s most innovative entertainers, has performed at many venues, including the USO for many years, and once, in 2010, on The White House lawn. 

This opportunity to see his latest creation, the Flying Debris Circus, will be on May 29 at 11 a.m. at the Grantville Library. 

The Grantville branch of the Coweta Public Library System is kicking off this year’s Summer Reading Program with Todd Key’s Flying Debris Circus, said Grantville Librarian Marie Vielot. Children should register for this performance and all scheduled summer performances by calling the Grantville Branch at 770-683-0535, or by registering in person at the circulation desk or emailing me at mvielot@coweta.ga.us. 




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