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Juggling at Old Settlers

The Flying Debris Show at Old Settlers

Richard Holmgren will bring a some new entertainment to Halstead this year at Old Settlers. He will perform from 7-8 p.m.

For The Harvey County Independent
Richard Holmgren of The Flying Debris Show is not just anotherJuggler OldSettlers
pretty face! He's a comedy superstar!
Richard was born a jokester and learned to juggle in fourth grade
gym class. It's true, anyone can learn to juggle however Richard
never stopped challenging himself to be the best. Inventing new
techniques to every trick he learned. Later Richard learned that
using his comedy wit in conjunction with his arsenal of creative
human skills would make for a great living!
By 1994 Richard began performing The Flying Debris Show
professionally. It's an hour packed with comedy, zany stunts, and
lots of audience participation. A show that is appreciated by literally
all ages! Whether it be performing in an ice house at the Winter City
Festival in Toronto, Canada or taking the show to remote villages in
Mexico audiences love The Flying Debris Show.
Richard continues to enhance his skills along with his show. It's a
project that never ends and never should. Always thinking of the next
great joke to go along with the next great stunt The Flying Debris
Show is Richard's life long passion!
Richard is a family man. His wife Lisa, along with his two sons
Tanner and Gunnar, support him in all that he does. Tanner is already
following in Richard's footsteps and Gunnar is not far behind.
When not performing, Richard enjoys playing basketball, golfing, and
perfecting his juggling skills.


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