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    • Free Summertime Tours are back at NOAA’s Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute

      For the 10th year running, NOAA’s Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute is offering their free summertime lab tours.

      at Noaa's Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute/auke Bay Laboratories/alaska Fisheries Science Center
    • Downtown wayfinding signage will feature local voices and stories

      As part of developing a new downtown wayfinding signage system, the City and Borough of Juneau has contracted with community arts organization Ping Chong + Company to create several audio installations. The audio will feature the voices and stories of local residents that illuminate life in the Capital City. Ping Chong + Company and CBJ are hosting two information sessions on the audio installations on Thursday, August 22, 6:30-8 p.m. at the Juneau, Arts & Culture Center and Tuesday, August 27, 6:30-8 p.m. at the Downtown Library. “If you have little-known histories and memories to share, including stories that offer a window into the unique lived experiences of Juneau’s Alaska Native, Filipino, immigrant, and LGBTQ communities, as well as people who engage in conservation, mining, fisheries, government, and religious communities, please contact us and/or come to one of the information sessions. All are welcome. The audio installations will become a permanent public art experience—a unique and powerful way to encounter diverse perspectives of Juneau,” Juneau artists Ryan Conarro & Lillian Petershoare of Ping Chong + Company wrote. Following the information sessions, Conarro and Petershoare will host a series of story circles and interview sessions, September 10-20, where community members can share personal stories, memories, and histories. The artists will then collaborate with local musicians this winter to create the audio installations. In Spring/Summer 2020, CBJ plans to release the audio installations, which will link to the new downtown wayfinding signage system.

      at Juneau Arts & Culture Center (jacc)
    • Tour historic House of Wickersham

      Built in 1898, home of Alaska’s pioneer judge and Congressional Delegate James Wickersham. Open Sunday through Thursday, 10:00 to 5:00, 213 7th Street, Juneau

      at House Of Wickersham
    • Cancer Connection Beat the Odds 28th Annual Race Against

      Saturday, August 24th at 9am! Riverbend School - under the covered play area A 5K race & a 2 mile walk - fun for the whole family! Fees: Age 13 & under - $20, age 14 & over - $25 Race day: $30 - come early to register There are lots of great door prizes donated by local sponsors For more information or to register online go to the Cancer Connection's website at www.cancerconnectionak.org

      at Riverbend Elementary School

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