Juggler Yuki Ueda from Cause & Effect put his balancing skills on display Saturday at McBurney Lane.

Under The Big Top at Langley’s McBurney Lane

Next up for the McBurney Plaza Summer Series: Music in the Plaza July 23.

The second instalment of the McBurney Plaza Summer Series was quite a juggling act.

Saturday’s Big Top in the Plaza at McBurney Lane focused on performers (including jugglers) from Cause & Effect.

The series continues Saturday, July 23 with Music in the Plaza, spotlighting world-renowned ukulele virtuoso James Hill and cellist-turned-songwriter Anne Janelle, who are putting on a free outdoor concert starting at 12:30 p.m.

PHOTO: Maxwell Brayton, one, had fun playing with a balloon during Big Top in the Plaza Saturday at McBurney Lane. (Troy Landreville/Langley Advance)


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