Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Board President Carol McKenzie and Past President Samia Seville of the Gold Creek Child Development Center will be here to tell us about the Center’s 2nd Annual Tot Rave to be held Saturday at DIPAC from 4:30–7:30 pm. It’s a fundraiser for the Center and a fun dance for kids 6 and under with DJ White Chocolate, a demonstration by Complete Warrior Martial Arts, a silent auction and a no-host food bar.
Randall Tetlichi, a Gwitch’in First Nation member who teaches at Yukon College in Whitehorse will tell us about his visit to Juneau as an Elder in Residence at the University of Alaska Southeast. He will deliver an address at the UAS – Evening at Egan in the Egan Library, Friday evening at 7. He will tell stories and talk about Human–Caribou Relations, from a First Nations Perspective
Three students and a teacher from the Montessori Borealis Adolescent Program will explain how they are composting lunchroom scraps and leftovers using a system they set up with help from Cooperative Extension Agent Darren Snyder, as Pat continues his series of short programs examining Sustainability in Juneau.
and, from Gastineau Elementary School on Douglas Island, we’ll talk with new Principal Brenda Edwards.
That, Writers Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-FM.
- In the last leg of his tour to win support for a coordinated effort against ISIS, French President Francois Hollande on Thursday secured a pledge of cooperation from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
- Studies recommended relocating villages like Newtok, Kivalina and Shishmaref. But more than 10 years later they are still there, with waves getting higher and storms getting stronger.
- New research suggests Pacific halibut may adapt favorably to increased ocean temperatures. Greenland halibut may not be so lucky.
- “So what we’re seeing here is a giant step — a beautiful step — backward in time, where we’re remembering that there is no us versus them. There’s only us, and we are the people, and the people are the police."