Jeremy Lawlor of Deroche and Jesse Gasparac of Harrison Hot Springs practice their juggling skills at the plaza in Harrison Hot Springs Monday afternoon. Lawlor is learning the skills still while Gasparac juggles professionally in a group called Cendrillion Fire Arts. This group recently performed at the Harrison Hot Springs hotel on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve and they have a show scheduled in February with the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra called Cirque de la Musique.

Practice Makes Perfect

On a cool Monday afternoon, Harrison resident Jesse Gasparac (right) and friend Jeremy Lawlor practice the fine art of juggling.

Jeremy Lawlor of Deroche and Jesse Gasparac of Harrison Hot Springs practice their juggling skills at the plaza in Harrison Hot Springs Monday afternoon. Lawlor is learning the skills still while Gasparac juggles professionally in a group called Cendrillion Fire Arts. This group recently performed at the Harrison Hot Springs hotel on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve and they have a show scheduled in February with the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra called Cirque de la Musique.

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