He’ll talk with Fumi Matsumato about her art show, opening Friday at the Canvas;
Kay Kanne, from the Juneau Family Health & Birth Center, will be here to highlight their Pregnancy Circles;
Rick Trostel will offer a preview of the ypcoming season for the Juneau Student Symphony;
We’ll find out about this weekend’s JUMP Society Film Festival;
And Nancy DeCherney will give us the rundown on art happenings in the capital city during Arts Up.
- Norton Gregory is running for Juneau Assembly in the upcoming municipal election.
- Alaska’s largest ferry will be down for repairs longer than expected. Another ship will fill in, but it’s smaller and some travelers will have to make other arrangements.
- Alaska’s oldest Native organizations are trying to attract younger members. That and other issues are on the table at the ANB-ANS Grand Camp Convention Oct. 5-8.
- As the air gets colder and the days shorter, the Skagway tourism season is coming to a close. Overall, tourism staff says this summer was a success. The last cruise ship of the season has come and gone and shop owners around Skagway are preparing for winter, cleaning up and closing their doors. The streets that were recently busy with visitors are quieting down.