Juneau Afternoon 2/14/2012

By February 14, 2012Uncategorized
Pat Moore hosts; Sneed Collard, author of books about science for children, will tell us about the talk he’ll be giving at the Douglas Library Feb 20 at 6:30 p.m.; Dixie Hood will be joined by two members of her “Write for Your Life” group which meets at the Mendenhall Library Wednesday mornings at 11; and Michaela Moore will bring Aaron Abella, Zebadiah bodine, and Ellen Dyar, cast members of Kiss Me Kate, JDHS’s current play which will have its last showings Feb 24 and 25.

Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music, and more today at 3 on KTOO-FM.

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