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Museum to host walking tours at 586-3572.Tickets for the tour are $25 for an adult, $20 for ages 12 and younger, and free for Friends of the museum.A weekend tour will take place at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 16, and an evening tour will take place at 5:30...
Juneau-Douglas City Museum reopens

...age 13 and up, $5 for seniors and free for 12 and under. Annual passes are available for $25, and becoming a Friend of the Museum at the Family level or higher includes an annual pass plus admission for a guest.
Hundreds attend museum expansion opening

Hundreds of people showed up for a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the official opening of the University of Alaska Museum of the North expansion.
Poets on stage in new series

...Humanities Council and supported by local bookstores, the UAS English department, the Friends of the Library and the Friends of the Museum. Next month, on Oct. 23, poet Tom Linklater and poet and short story writer Heidi Gosho will read. Poets Rebecca...
Entertainment Briefly

...The proceeds of the auction will support museum activities, events, exhibitions and education programs of the Friends of the Museum. Juneau arts council grants awarded JUNEAU - The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council recently awarded $10,000...
Evening of poetry set for Monday

Juneau poets Rebecca Lee Yates and Susan Hagstrom will be featured at the literary reading series Between The Lines at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 20 at The Back Room at the Silverbow.
Wrangell fortunate to have a couple as caring as the Nolans

This writer could not have imagined more than 60 years ago that in 2004 he would walk into a modern museum dedicated
Artist leaves a cultural legacy

Juneau lost more than a world-renowned bead artist when Emma Frances Marks, 93, died early Monday.
Neighbors Digest

City Museum begins winter hours, season of free admission; United Way sponsors local Day of Caring on Thursday; SEARHC Kake Health Promotion plans breast cancer walk; Riverbend Elementary holds Healthy Futures Family Nights
Pamela H Knapp

Pamela H. Knapp passed away peacefully at her home in Juneau on April 20, 2013. She was born to Richard J. and Muriel Hancock, November 16, 1932 in New London, CT where she grew up the third of four children. After graduating high School at Williams


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