I spent the last weekend manipulating objects for three days straight at the beautiful circus school pictured here. 2016 marked the 10th annual juggling festival hosted by the Quebec Circus School known as TurboFest. Most juggler’s agree that it’s the best festival to attend in North America. The talent is off-the-charts, the circus school is an amazing host, and the size of the festival is large enough to provide constant variety without losing that intimate camaraderie found at gatherings where you make great friends. I’ve gone to quite a few magic conventions, but never to one filled with jugglers at a circus school. In my book, we are all part of a large family of object manipulators. In the end, I taught a little, learned a lot and watched from a front row seat as Wes Peden, Patrik Elmnert and Tony Pezzo blew us away with their show Water on Mars.