|| Jugglefest XXIV
February 24-26, 2017
This Thursday, Feb 23, before Jugglefest, we will not have use of All Saint's Church until 10pm - midnight. Before and after the Marcus Monroe show, we will be juggling outside on the UT Main Mall Plaza. Click here for a detailed map.
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Jugglefest - Housing Info
Crash with a Juggler!
Several of our members have graciously volunteered to let out-of-towners crash with them. If you're interested, please fill out the Jugglefest Housing Request Form.Are you a local juggler (or juggling fan) with crash space to offer?
Fill out the Jugglefest HomeStay Registration form.
Here's other ways to find a bed:
Feeling fancy? Try a Hotel!
There are also optiions closer to the festival, "south of the river", but because we're practically downtown, they're generally on the pricey side.
First, you should take a look at the Austin Motel which is one block away from the fest. This is an Austin landmark with its iconic neon sign. Relatively speaking, it's reasonably priced with single beds start at around $85 per night (including tax). Each room is completely unique with loads of character (unlike any chain you'll find). You can browse a picture of each room on their website and request the one you want.
Hotel San Jose and Hotel Saint Cecelia are also easy walking distance, but these are rather expensive. (I'm sure they're quite nice.) There's also Embassy Suites a few blocks down, and then a whole slew of corporate options across the river in downtown.
Also, there are a number of places along I-35 between Oltorf and Woodward (about 1.5 - 2 miles away). These include:
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