We’ll find about a new family support group, with guests Dr. Joanne Gartenberg and Rabbi Dov Gartenberg;
We’ll get the rundown on Sitka’s Home Skillet Music Festival, with guest, Ashia Lane;
Steve Henrickson, from the Alaska State Museum, will be giving us a preview of tonight’s First Friday presentation, Walking through WWII History.
- The Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska has a new target date for opening its cultural immersion park at the old Thane Ore House. Last year, Central Council officials had hoped it would open this summer. Now, they’re shooting for 2018, after the Juneau Assembly approved a 1.2-acre land lease making it possible Monday evening.
- William Quayle, Jr. is running for the District 1 Juneau Assembly seat. The municipal election is Oct. 4.
- Winds of that speed can uproot trees, knock branches down and damage property, including vessels and aircraft moored and tied down outdoors.
- The aurora borealis, more commonly known as the Northern Lights, were visible in much of Southeast Alaska late Wednesday and early Thursday. Share your Northern Lights photos with us.