Today at 3 p.m. on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore will host. Katie Bausler will tell us about upcoming public programs at UAS; we’ll hear from Mary Walker, Executive Director of Stewards of Creation and Father Thomas Weise Parish Priest for Wrangell and Petersburg, who are conducting a series of workshops and panel discussion in Juneau on global climate change under the title One People, One Earth ; Jim Geraghty will tell us about this week’s fireside lecture at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor’s Center – he’ll be showing a photographic history of President Warren G. Harding’s 1923 visit to Alaska including a photo of the first Presidential visit to a glacier; and Steve Kocsis will introduce Dennis Mammana, whio will be delivering a program Monday night on photographing the Northern Lights at Marie Drake Planetarium. That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-NEWS.
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