Juggling, an art practiced since ancient Egyptian times, is continued today in campus workshops every Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m. in the 10th court of the BYU-Idaho Center.

Students that come to these workshops have the opportunity to juggle different items and receive instruction from the teacher, Matlock Wyman, a freshman studying sociology.

Juggling equipment available to participants includes a unicycle, cigar boxes, stilts, yo-yos, swords, juggling balls and sticks, diabolos, rubber chickens, rings, clubs and hacky sacks.

Everyone is welcome to join this weekly workshop and join its Facebook gro called “Jugglers Workshop BYU-Idaho Talent Activities.”

“So many people say, ‘I can’t juggle.’ Anyone can pick something ,” said Jared Sellers, assistant manager of the juggling workshops.

On July 7 there will be a talent show hosted by the jugglers gro from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Hyrum Manwaring Center Little Theater.