A preview of the 4th of July Festivities including the Soapbox races, plus Riverview Senior Living opens, and the last bird walk of the summer with Juneau Audubon
Juneau Youth Sailing season has begun. Also, Juneau Gold Rush Days is this weekend and Juneau Audubon Society Eagle Beach walk is this Saturday.
Fundraiser for Áak’w Rock this Saturday, Bike Rodeo from Shepard of the Valley, Freedom for Art Show, and Bird Walks with Juneau Audubon
ReVision Alaska has a new documentary out called “Sitka Herring: A Tale of Two Harvests” plus the Chilkat Challenge Triathlon, CBJ Walk Southeast and the Juneau Audubon Society
Kim Heacox and his new novel; Juneau Community Foundation grants update; Juneau Audubon Society spring bird walks.
Through the film “Ernest Drinker” Scott Burton examines the terminology used by society to talk about alcoholism, sobriety, and recovery.
A new exhibit opening at the UAS Egan Library shines a spotlight on the acts of resistance that helped bring the war on Viet Nam to an end.
“Since violence against women is extremely high in Alaska,” says Chen Chen. “I want to highlight solidarity in the global struggle for gender equality.”
Spike Bicknel, owners of the Honsinger Pond property, wants to build a motorcross park on 26 acres near the airport. Public opposition has been fierce over the loss of wetlands used by waterfowl.
Bicknell Construction has been trying to develop the property for years. But previous efforts to rezone the property had been rejected by the city following public opposition from admirers of the wild purple flowers that bloom in late spring.