For the third year in a row, we will host the FluggleBurgh juggling festival. This year it will be Nov 1-3 2019 in Pittsburgh. For details see FluggleBurgh
We are the juggling club of the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, open to students and nonstudents. Whether you already know how to juggle or want to learn, just come and join us and have some fun.
We meet twice a week on the CMU campus. In the Spring of 2019 we are meeting on most Sundays at 3pm and pretty much every Wednesday at 5pm. On Sundays we usually meet on Schenley Plaza outside of the Carnegie Library with a group of slackliners and acroyoga folks, on Thursdays we meet on the grass outside of Purnell on campus. If the weather is bad (so most weeks in the spring), we meet in the atrium of Newell-Simon Hall or another room that we announce on our mailing list. If you’re driving, CMU’s east campus parking garage is free after 5pm on weekdays and all day Sunday.
The mailing list is our main mechanism for announcing meeting times and places and other juggling-related events. You can see recent messages in the mailing list archive. We have a facebook page too, though we more actively use the mailing list.
The Masters of Flying Objects is a juggling club at Carnegie Mellon University. It is open to all members of the Carnegie Mellon community as well as anyone in the greater Pittsburgh area. We welcome people of all levels of ability, and we are happy to teach people with no prior juggling experience. We meet frequently, usually twice a week during the school year, so check the mailing list (or the news section of this site) to find our next meeting date and location. If you have any questions about the club, don’t hesitate to contact us - preferably over the mailing list or on Facebook, or via firstname.lastname@example.org (not checked as often).
The purpose of the Masters of Flying Objects is to provide and foster an environment for those interested in the art of juggling in which they can meet, share and develop talents, teach skills, and share equipment. The club will promote and teach the art of juggling, contribute to the available recreational activities on campus, represent Carnegie Mellon University in the greater juggling community, and provide juggling-related opportunities to the campus and local community.
For details, see the complete copy of our constitution.