Friday, November 12th: Juneau Public Market returns to in-person shopping. St. Vincent De Paul Thanksgiving baskets. Juneau Public Library celebrates Native Heritage Month. Holiday Cup Soccer Tournament. Pandemic poetry from the Burn Thompson Writer’s Group.

More than 125 vendors are expected this year at the 39th annual Juneau Public Market, a three-day event at Centennial Hall, that stars on Friday, November 26.

From hand made jewelry to pottery to knitted caps and seafood sales, the Juneau Public Market has been a favorite one-stop holiday shopping experience, that is, until the pandemic came along and forced it to go virtual.

But this Thanksgiving weekend, the market returns as an in-person event.

On this Friday’s Juneau Afternoon, a look at some of the changes that’s made this possible.

Also on this program:

  • Vincent De Paul Thanksgiving baskets
  • Native American Heritage Month at the Juneau Public Library
  • The Holiday Soccer Cup Tournament
  • And Poetry in the time of COVID, from the Burn Thompson Writers Group

Listen to all of the interviews:

Part 1. Juneau Public Market. Guests:  Sandy and Peter Metcalfe.

Part 2. Thanksgiving Baskets. Guest: Dave Ringle, St. Vincent De Paul.

Part 3. Juneau Public Library. Guest: Kate Enge.

Part 4. Juneau Soccer Club Holiday Cup Tournament.  Guest:  Marty McKeown.

Part 5.  Burn Thompson Writers Group. Guests:  Mistee St. Claire and Margo Waring.

Rhonda McBride hosts this Friday’s program. You catch Juneau Afternoon Tuesday through Friday at 3:00 p.m. on KTOO Juneau 104.3, online at ktoo.org, and repeated at 7 p.m. on KTOO.

 

 

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