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Thousands share an evening of entertainment in the outdoor chill, visiting shops and hot chocolate.
Hundreds share Salvation Army’s annual Thanksgiving, including some with sudden holiday plan changes.
Tree lighting and Santa Skate bring early seasonal glow to community “where sunlight touches first.”
Wrangell vendors struggle with thoughts about landslide, get lots of support at Juneau Public Market
“Everybody’s just been so thoughtful, talking to us and asking if there’s things they can do to help.”
Annual Juneau Public Market, Indigenous Artists And Vendors Holiday Market continue through Sunday.
Many Alaska Natives, other Indigenous peoples in U.S., disagree with holiday’s traditional narrative.
“Worst weather we’ve had in 10 years” just means burning off more calories.
41st annual event dedicated to longtime vendor and musher, with peers bringing handmade pet products
Friendsgiving in Douglas joins meal at Salvation Army, food distributions by SVDP and food bank.
Annual events honor those serving during wars, seeking peace and preserving Alaska Native heritage.
Concert by Juneau Volunteer Marching Band a prelude to their participation in July 4 parade.
Only a handful of businesses will remain open, most shelters open
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Not even an Arctic front could stop residents from celebrating the parade.
It’s the group’s first time hosting the event in Juneau
Holiday happenings planned for Friday and Saturday.
Resumption of in-person communal Thanksgiving meal offers many blessings for diners and volunteers
Economic and weather storms a setback, but post-pandemic participation by shoppers promising
Thanksgiving food baskets and communal gathering provide traditional meal for thousands
Streamers, flags and reflectors, all in.