• Glenn Frick Fourth of July Mile Run

      Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Quirky. Fast. Crazy. Fun. Surprising. These are just a few of the adjectives that describe the Glenn Frick Memorial Fourth of July Mile race. They also speak to the race namesake's love of outdoor adventure.

    • Column: Grand Marshal is Great Person

        Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Juneau’s Joe Tompkins, 53, is taking a seat to watch the 2022 Douglas Fourth of July Parade at 2 p.m. Monday at Sayéik: Gastineau Community School… not from the sidelines where he is usually found as a coach and mentor to youth, but from inside a classic vehicle as the grand marshal.

    • Eaglecrest Road Race is Saturday

      Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - One of Juneau’s all-encompassing running races is set for Saturday. The Eaglecrest Road Race has options for all abilities to toe the starting line.

    • Southeasters Blow through Idaho Triathlon

      Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Southeast triathletes from the High Cadence Triathlon Team put in a strong showing at the Ironman 70.3 Coeur d’Alene over the weekend, using the 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike and 13.1 mile run as IRONMAN Alaska practice.

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    • JDHS Class of '82 40th Reunion

      JDHS Class of '82 - believe it or not - 40th Reunion! We've worked hard to make the event fun and affordable. We also know that financial hardships show up. For this reason, we've created a few sliding scale options for you to choose from. We are committed to ensuring that every classmate who wants to attend gets to attend! If you need a further price break beyond the sliding scale options, please send an email to: Let the registration coordinator know what will work for you. If you have no extra funds for this, that's okay too. We want you there and we'll make it happen. And, no, we won't ask for tax returns or your first born!! If you’re coming from out of town, we know it can be a challenge to reserve transportation, lodging, and airfare, so please sign up soon! Follow updates on Facebook! Follow updates on Facebook! Class of '82 40th Reunion! Get your tickets now! Know of someone who might not have the info? Please share!!! Registration is set up in Ticket Leap so that you'll be able to get signed up easily. Price is all-inclusive. One ticket, one person. You'll find descriptions, dates, locations, and times by following this link:

      at Juneau Yacht Club
    • JDHS Class of ‘82 40th Reunion

      The Class of ‘82 Reunion kicks off Friday, July 1 and goes through Monday, July 4th as follows; Friday, July 1: 3:00pm tour of JDHS w/Class of ‘80 5:00-8:30pm Icebreaker at Rie Munoz Gallery, 2101 Jordan Ave Saturday, July 2: 8:00-11:00am Whale Watch Tour w/Allen Marine. Saturday, July 2 5:00-8:30pm Yacht Club happy hour and appetizers 8:30-11:30pm Yacht Club social w/DJ Victor Leamer—80s Rock (Classes of ‘80 thru ‘84 welcome) Sunday, July 3: Auke Rec picnic Noon-5:00pm Fireworks! Monday, July 4 Juneau Independence Day parade & Douglas festivities Monday, July 4 Wind down at Downtown Bullwinkles 4:00-7:00pm

      at Yacht Club
    • Opening Reception for Jensen-Olson Arboretum Exhibit

      First Friday at the City Museum! On July 1st from 4-7pm the City Museum will host an opening reception for an exhibit titled Jensen-Olson Arboretum: Celebrating 15 years as a botanical gem. This is a free event and admission to the City Museum will also be free from 4-7pm. This exhibit celebrates the Jensen-Olson Arboretum (JOA) and its benefactor, Caroline Jensen, though a largescale slide show, artwork, and information about the JOA. In addition, there will be a temporary pop-up exhibit of related items from the City Museum’s permanent collection. Docents and members of the Friends of the Jensen-Olson Arboretum will be present to share information about the JOA.

      at Juneau-douglas City Museum
    • City Museum Kicks-off the Holiday Weekend with a Changing of the Flags

      City Museum Kicks-off the Holiday Weekend with a Changing of the 49-Star U.S. Flag and the Alaska State Flag On Friday, July 1st at 5pm the City Museum will be holding a changing of the flags ceremony on the front lawn to kick-off the July 4th holiday weekend. This event is free and admission to the City Museum will also be free from 4-7pm. The flag changing event is in partnership with the American Legion Auke Bay Post 25 who will also provide education on how to properly handle and care for retired flags. Elizabeth Djajalie will sing the Star Spangled Banner during the flag changing ceremony and free build-your own wooden flag kits will be available courtesy of the American Legion Auke Bay Post 25 and the Friends of the Juneau Douglas City Museum. Free handheld Alaska State flags will be provided by the City Museum while supplies last. The Veteran’s Memorial Building, currently home to the Juneau-Douglas City Museum was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. The first Juneau building to be built entirely with public funds, it is the site of the July 4th 1959 Statehood Ceremony when the 49-star flag was officially flown in Alaska’s Capital. The 49-star flag still flies today.

      at Juneau-douglas City Museum

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