This image shows the cover of Kate Troll’s new book “All In Due Time: A Memoir of Siblings, Genealogy, Secrets and Love.” Troll will be hosting a book signing at Hearthside Books on Friday evening. Her event is one of the many First Friday events scheduled for June. (Cirque Press)

This image shows the cover of Kate Troll’s new book “All In Due Time: A Memoir of Siblings, Genealogy, Secrets and Love.” Troll will be hosting a book signing at Hearthside Books on Friday evening. Her event is one of the many First Friday events scheduled for June. (Cirque Press)

Here’s what’s happening for First Friday

New artistic exhibitions, LGBTQ+ events and more.

This First Friday is going to be a busy one in downtown Juneau and Douglas.

New artistic exhibitions, LGBTQ+ events and more are planned for this month. Here’s a rundown of the events.

Hearthside Books: Book signing, woodworking showcase and live music, 2 Marine Way, Ste. 119, 4:30-7 p.m.

Juneau author Kate Troll will be hosting a signing event for her new book “All In Due Time: A Memoir of Siblings, Genealogy, Secrets and Love,” which details the unexpected growth of a tight-knit group that calls itself the Troll tribe while also touching on wide-ranging topics such as inherited traits, philosophy, history and the impact of birth order. Artist Rick Pruett will be hosting a showcase of his woodworking and Kraken octopus, and live music will be played by Erin Heist.

First Friday opening only.

Annie Kaill’s Gallery: Lindsey Burnet, ceramicist; Colleen Goldrich, jeweler, and Tess Seltzer, jeweler, 124 Seward St. 4:30-7:30 p.m.

Annie Kaill’s will host ceramic artist Lindsey Burnet and Annie Kaill’s jewelers Colleen Goldrich and Tess Seltzer.

First Friday opening only.

The Crystal Saloon: Live music: Super Bear, Quinton Woolman-Morgan, Hot Club of Juneau, 218 Front St. 5-11:30 p.m.

Starting at 5 p.m. the one-man-band Super Bear and Quinton Woolman-Morgan will take to the Crystal Saloon stage before the Hot Club of Juneau will begin at 9 p.m.

First Friday opening only.

Barnaby Brewing Co: Tina Halvorson, 165 Shattuck Way, 4-8 p.m.

Barnaby Brewing Co. will host artist Tina Halvorson who creates wood-burned three-dimensional art pieces with mixed media and repurposed items inspired by nature, friends and characters she meets along the way.

Exhibit up through June.

Devil’s Club Brewing Company: PK Woo, 100 N. Franklin St., 4-8 p.m.

PK Woo is a Chinese and Filipino American artist from Homer. Her current body of work is an investigation of the relationship of form and surface, and features imagery inspired by Woo’s love of the natural world.

Exhibit up through June.

Kindred Post: Pop-Up Event with artist Megan Cochran, 145 S Franklin St., 4:30-7 p.m.

Kindred Post will host a pop-up event with local LGBTQ+ artist Megan Cochran, who will be displaying hand-painted and etched wood jewelry, along with cement art and mixed media pieces inspired by her love for the summertime in Southeast Alaska and Pride.

First Friday opening only.

Juneau Artists Gallery: Jewelry artist Jayne Andreen, 175 S. Franklin St, Ste. 111, Senate Building, 3:30-6 p.m.

Jayne Andreen, of JA Jules, is the featured artist at the Juneau Artists Gallery for June. Her jewelry will feature the Sun and the Sea, with pearls, shells, aquamarines, and a wide range of yellow and blues. Her work will be on the “Feature Wall” along with two ongoing displays in the front room as well as towards the back of the gallery.

Exhibit up through June.

Juneau Pro-Choice Coalition and Picture This: “Freedom for All Art Show,” 230 S. Franklin St. Suite 110, 4:30-5 p.m.

The Juneau Pro-Choice Coalition and Picture This will host “Freedom for All Art Show” which will feature pieces submitted from multiple different artists in Juneau and includes textiles, pottery, jewelry, prints, books, photography and original paintings. Proceeds will go to the JPCC Scholarship Fund.

Exhibit up through June.

Arctic Chiropractic Juneau, LLC: Liz Landen, 2243 Jordan Ave., 7:30-9 p.m.

Rainwater Scarves artist Liz Landen will be the June featured artist at Arctic Chiropractic Juneau located in the Mendenhall Valley area.

Exhibit up through June.

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