Symposium on Wellness

Learn about the impact that food allergies can have on mental and emotional well-being and the strength people get from peer support during recovery from mental illness and substance abuse. This event is a special presentation of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Juneau in collaboration with 360 North. Symposium on Wellness was recorded…

Alaska College Track 2

A program that tells the stories of rural Southeast Alaskans transitioning between high school and the rest of their lives. The Alaska College Track series began in 2004 as a follow up to a national PBS series that explored America’s commitment to equal access to higher education through the stories of students struggling to become…

Ten Things I Wish I knew Before She Died

The Foundation for End of Life Care and Juneau Medical Society are co-sponsoring the second of free lectures, Ten Things I Wish I Knew Before She Died, by Dr. Lani Leary, clinical psychologist and author of Healing Hands. Leary, certified in grief therapy, hypnotherapy and critical incident stress management, will speak on how death matters…

Death in Our Community: From Grief to Hope

The experience of an unexpected death or caring for a loved one through an incurable illness can be incredibly isolating and emotionally overwhelming. Dr. Lani Leary will explore simple and effective ways for people to see death not as a tragedy, but as an opportunity to make a positive difference to the person dying and…

Understanding the Suicidal Person

Dr. Baugher’s presentation focuses on suicide clues, emotional and thought patterns of people contemplating suicide and suggestions for coping with the suicide of a loved one. The program is presented by Hospice and Home Care of Juneau, with funding from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services.

Juneau, A Big Little Town

This is unique program is a fast moving informative and personal view of Juneau, Alaska. Many varied residents of Juneau give you their personal perspectives of why they live in Juneau and what they like and dislike about this community of 30,000. Visually entertaining and rich, the viewer comes away with a perspective and feel…

Unexpected Gifts: Hospice, a Community Journey

Death, dying, grief and the redemptive power of human relationships: these are the themes explored in the engaging performance piece Unexpected Gifts, based on the successful readers play of the same title. The play, inspired by the hospice home care movement and its dedication to the creation of an in home, caring environment for terminally…

The Tie That Binds: Presbyterian Missions in Southeast Alaska

This documentary tells the story of the Presbyterian Church in Southeast Alaska, where it established the first protestant church ten years after the purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867. The Program highlights the joys and struggles of doing church in a region comprising remote and sparsely populated towns and villages.

Tracks in Time: All Terrain Vehicles in Alaska

All-Terrain Vehicles are a practical reality of life in Alaska. Another reality is the national trend to regulate their use in national forests and national parks. Yakutat, a community of 800 on the Gulf of Alaska, is surrounded by federal park and forest land. Tracks in Time: All Terrain Vehicles in Alaska shows how a…

Rollergirls Alaska: Night of the Living Derby

Catch the action of the Alaska flat track roller girls league, as the Kilkats take on the Ravens Lunatics in a Halloween grudge match. This exciting bout was recorded at Centennial Hall in Juneau, Alaska on October 27, 2011 and is hosted by In D Kline and Honey Money.

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