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web-posted Wednesday, May 20, 2015
This event is so popular, it sold out in early April. (Tickets for next year go on sale Feb. 1.) The schedule includes a Gourmet Brewers' Dinner at 6 p.m. Friday, May 22 in Harriett Hall featuring a five-course meal paired with craft beers (to get on the wait list, send an email to amanda@seakfair.org with your name, a contact phone number, and the number of tickets desired); the Slammin Salmon 5K Run or Walk and 10K Run beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 23; and the event itself, the 23rd Great Alaska Craft Beer and Homebrew Festival Tasting from 1-5 p.m. Saturday in Dalton City, which includes food and live music and the results of the Home Brew Competition.
web-posted Wednesday, May 20, 2015
TENAKEE SPRINGS - Telling a good story is not as easy as it sometimes looks. Ask anyone who has ever seriously tried. First of all, you've got to snag the potential reader's attention long enough to get her or him to go along with you, only then can you get on to actually telling the story. Even then you're not done until you can find a way to end it in a way that leaves the reader satisfied that it's been worth sticking with you through the telling. This is all about how a good story came to an end last week.
web-posted Wednesday, May 20, 2015
There's still time to register for the NorthWords Writers Symposium, happening next weekend, May 27-30. Sponsored by the Municipality of Skagway, the conference is known for bringing writers together in informal settings where they can make the most of writer-participant interaction, and for a range of location-specific activities, including a White Pass & Yukon Route train ride-trail write, a Red Onion Saloon taco feed-brothel tour, Dyea cabin retreat cookout with music, and keynote banquet at Poppies Restaurant at Jewell Gardens.
web-posted Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Kids, teachers and staff eagerly await the end of the school year, but it causes mixed feelings for parents who have to figure out a plan to keep their children active and engaged during the summer months. One option is to enroll them in summer camps. Camps in Juneau range from traditional overnight camps, to camps that emphasize sports, STEM activities, fine arts, and the outdoors.
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