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    • Juneau Crime Line Board Meeting

      Established in 1981 our program operates as an independent non profit 501-C3 organization. The concept has developed into a combination of efforts by local media, businesses, civic and social clubs, law enforcement agencies, and the public.

      at Juneau Police Department
    • NAMI Basics

      NAMI Basics is for any parent, guardian, or family caregiver who wants to better understand and support their child or teen who is experiencing emotional or behavioral health challenges, with or without a diagnosis. Our facilitators are parents who had a child experiencing behavioral health challenges before the age of 16. A licensed childcare provider will be onsite, and you can note your childcare needs on the registration form. Dinner is included, and we do our best to accommodate food sensitivities and keep meals healthy. While the course is offered free of charge, we ask participants to commit to the full course (not missing more than 2 classes) which takes place once a week for six consecutive weeks.

      at Juneau Family Health & Birth Center
    • Pub Theology!

      Very excited to meet up again! Everyone is welcome-Pub Theology is a place where different viewpoints, ideas, philosophies, & ethics come together in a respectful setting to share. No matter what your background, what you believe (or don't believe), you voice is welcomed. Each Pub Theology will have a different theme. Come bring your questions, your curiosity, and pull up a chair. When we say everyone is welcome, we mean EVERYONE! Even if you don't drink, feel free to stop by!

      at The Prospector / Tk Maguire's
    • Author Talk on the 1982 Craig Murders with Leland Hale

      Leland Hale's new book, What Happened in Craig, is about the 1982 murders of eight people. The subsequent trials of John Peel failed to convict a perpetrator, making this "Alaska's worst unsolved murder." Hale used court records from the Alaska State Archives to research the book, and there will be an exhibit of archival material related to the Peel case on display at the talk. A signing will follow at the Store at the APK.

      at Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff State Library, Archives, and Museum

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