Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll find out about the premiere of the College Track 3 film from producer Pat
Race; it’s tonight at 7 at the UAS Egan Library;
Harpists Diana Stork and Portia Diwa will preview Saturday’s concert at Northern Light Church, The Art of the Harp;
Organizer and monologuist Traci Taylor, monologuists Andrea Budbill and Erin Tripp will accompany director Heather Laverne to highlight this weekend’s productions of The Vagina Monologues at UAS;
And we’ll learn about tonight’s presentation at the UAS Egan Library Lecture Hall, Attitudes Regarding Wolves, with guest Dr Alex Simon.
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, were met by a large crowd, music and dancing in Carcross this week. They event was part of a larger tour around the Yukon after traveling through British Columbia. The visit focused on First Nations issues and culture.
- 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.