Things to do in Juneau for Valentine’s Day

Things to do in Juneau for Valentine’s Day

There’s dinner, skating, music and more

Juneauites looking for something to do on Valentine’s Day besides gorge on discounted candy are in luck. There are plenty of options Thursday or over the weekend in the capital city.

Thursday, Feb. 14

The Tlingit & Haida’s Elders Program Valentine’s Day Dance, 11 a.m.-1 .p.m., Tlingit & Haida Community Council Building, 3235 Hospital Drive. This is the second annual Valentine’s Day dance.

Sweet Heart Dulcimer, noon-1 p.m., Juneau-Douglas City Museum 114 W. Fourth St. There will be free music, tea and cookies at the museum. Mark Whitman and Barbara Berg will play dulcimer and tea will be provided by the Northern Tea House.

In the Frequency of Love Soundbath, 7-8:15 p.m., Glacier Salt Cave and Spa, 917 Glacier Ave. There will be a sound bath in the frequency of love, admission is $20.

Valentine’s Day dinner, 5-9 p.m., In Bocca Al Lupo, 120 Second St. Tickets are $60 per person and include gratuity. There are seatings every half hour beginning at 5 p.m. and ending at 8:30 p.m

Friday, Feb. 15

Hypnotist Chris Jones, 7- 9 p.m., University of Alaska Southeast Rec Center, 12300 Mendenhall Loop Road. Chris Jones, as seen on “America’s Got Talent,” was the 2015 APCA Hypnotist of the year, has performed in all 50 states and South America and will be performing at the UAS Rec Center.

Treadwell Arena Sweet 16 party, 7:45- 8:45 p.m., Treadwell Ice Arena, 105 Savikko Road, Douglas. There will be a free open skate with door prizes and a Zamboni name reveal.

Saturday, Feb. 16

Gamble & The High Costa Living, 9:45 p.m., Alaskan Hotel and Bar, 167 S. Franklin St. Old school soul and R&B hits from the ’60s and ’70s will be played. There is a $5 cover at the door.

Saturday, Feb. 16 and Sunday, Feb. 17

Wearable Art Tailwinds, 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday, Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive. The annual fashion show extravaganza is back. A few tickets are marked as available online for the Saturday show for between $30 and $1,000, and many seats are available for Sunday and cost between $20 and $120. Doors open an hour before the shows start.

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