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Tis the season in Douglas: Christmas tree ready to be lit up
It will be beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Douglas. The annual Douglas Christmas tree lighting will be at 6:30 p.m. today. The… Continue reading
Skate off Thanksgiving turkey with Santa
Santa Claus will break from the North Pole for a few hours Friday. The Douglas Fourth of July Committee is putting on “Skate with Santa”… Continue reading
Turkey bowling tradition continues
Winners get to take home a turkey.
Candlelight vigil, documentary screening planned for Trans Day of Remembrance
National Transgender Day of Remembrance will be observed in Juneau with a candlelight vigil and a screening of a documentary about trans youth. The day… Continue reading
Town hall aims to gather feedback from veterans
Other community members are also welcome.
Tlingit storyteller looking to bring remains back home
He tells his story Friday.
Author talk examines 1982 murders in Craig
Author Leland Hale spent years trying to find out what really happened in an unsolved mass murder, and this Friday he’s talking about his methods… Continue reading
Annual Thanksgiving shoot happening Saturday
No live turkeys will be shot.
Event brings together perspectives on homelessness
Homelessness continues to rise in Juneau.
Veterans Day events honor centennial
It’s been 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Master carver shares stories of canoe travel
The canoe is currently on display.
Toddler activities continue at libraries
The program includes stories, games and more.
Dreamer, subject of book to speak at UAS symposium
Oscar Vasquez, subject of the book “Spare Parts,” will deliver a speech on Tuesday as part of the University of Alaska Southeast’s annual Power and… Continue reading
Annual SOFA auction taking place Saturday
Charitable Juneauites will have a chance to bid on items from local artists, businesses and individuals this weekend to benefit the Southeast Alaska Organization for… Continue reading
Glacier center starts ‘Mendenhall Minis’ program for young children
The Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center will host a series of activities for young children this winter on the second Saturday of every month. The events… Continue reading
Wildlife Wednesday gets brainy
At the next Wildlife Wednesday on Nov. 7, naturalists Mary Willson and Kathy Hocker will share images, stories from the field and hands-on skull examples… Continue reading
Get ready for a busy Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month
November is Native American and Alaska Native Month, and there’s no shortage of local events commemorating it. Sealaska Heritage Institute, libraries, museums and more are… Continue reading
Thanksgiving donation season set to begin this weekend for homeless shelter
The shelter aims to feed more than 150 families for the holiday.
Dentists buying candy for good cause
Two offices in town are donating Halloween candy.
Events planned across town before trick-or-treating
Halloween parties are happening from the Valley to downtown.