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    • Home Fire Campaign

      Want to make sure your friends and family are safe? Can you escape your house within 2 minutes from a fire? Contact American Red Cross for free smoke detectors, and preparedness education! We will come to you!

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    • Historical Downtown Walking Tours

      The City Museum invites locals and visitors alike to join a Historic Downtown Walking Tour this summer season. All tours begin at the City Museum and end at Alaska’s Capital Inn. Tours last about 90 minutes and run weekly from May through September. Historic Downtown Walking Tours are a fun way to learn about the history and the changing landscape of downtown Juneau. Come hear tales about prominent Alaskan figures and Juneau families from experienced local guides. All tours include free admission to the City Museum, a 20% discount in the Museum Store, and teatime at Alaska's Capital Inn, the restored gold rush era home of John Olds. Walking tours take place rain or shine, and involve moderate activity, including stairs and inclines. Summer season tours begin Tuesday, May 8th, and run every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday through September 20th. All tours start at 1:30pm at the City Museum and last about 90 minutes. The cost is $25 for adults and $20 for ages 12 & under. Reservations are recommended, and tickets can be obtained at the Museum, through the Museum’s website or at the JACC.

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    • Local Produce Pick-Up

      Pick up your order of local produce, seafood, and more ordered from www.saltandsoilmarketplace.com at the JACC or Panhandle Produce. Salt & Soil is Southeast Alaska's Online Farmers Market. Please check out our website to learn more and see whats for sale.

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    • Perseverance Theatre’s STAR Performances Begin July 20

      JUNEAU, AK– Summer Theatre Arts Rendezvous (STAR), Perseverance Theatre’s five-week youth acting program, provides theatrical training and performance opportunities to students aged 10-18 who are excited about theatre. In addition to rehearsals, STAR participants take daily workshops on voice, movement and acting technique, culminating in three fully produced shows that are perfect summer entertainment for the whole family: Once on This Island Jr, As You Like It, and an original piece, Extreme Theatre! Performances run between July 20 and July 29. The Plays: Once on This Island Jr. Book & Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens Music by Stephen Flaherty This irresistible Caribbean fable inspired by Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid is about growing up and staying true to yourself. When peasant girl Ti Moune falls in love with a boy from the wealthy side of her island, the gods send her on a journey that will test the strength of love against the powerful forces of prejudice, hatred, and even death. Come dance and sing to the beat of the human heart, in a show whose full-length version on Broadway just won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical. Performances: July 20 at 7:30 p.m. July 22 at 2:00 p.m. July 27 at 7:30 p.m. July 29 at 2:00 p.m. As You Like It By William Shakespeare, abridged by Donnie Gott It's a classic story of boy meets girl meets boy who is actually girl who teaches boy to woo girl while masquerading as a boy. It’s a tale full of wrestling, banishment, adventure, unrequited (and requited) love, sibling rivalry, music, and lions! This hilarious comedy travels from the court to the forest with beautiful and witty banter, including Jaques’ immortal “all the world's a stage” speech, along with cases of mistaken identity that have characters scratching their heads and exposing their hearts to fantastic and wonderful ends. Performances: July 21 at 2:00 p.m. July 25 at 7:30 p.m. July 28 at 7:30 p.m. Extreme Theatre! Back by popular demand, visionary Seattle theatre artist K. Brian Neel returns to STAR to direct another actor-devised variety show. Improvisation, physical theatre, and scene-writing combine with youthful sensibilities to create a bold, comedic, and exciting performance unlike anything you’ve seen. Performances: July 21 at 7:30 p.m. July 26 at 7:30 p.m. July 28 at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 for students, $12 general admission, and available online at ptalaska.org/education/star-program or by calling the Perseverance box office at (907) 463-8497. Our theatre is located at 914 Third Street in Douglas.

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