PUBLISHED: 4:36 PM on Wednesday, March 21, 2007
'March Into Spring'

The Juneau-Douglas High School music department presents two concerts jointly titled "March Into Spring" this month. All student choirs under the direction of Richard Moore, and orchestras under the direction of Julia Bastuscheck will perform March 22. Both concerts will be held at 7 p.m. in the JDHS auditorium.

'Rock 'N Roll Over Dead'

First City Players presents "Rock 'N Roll Over Dead," its annual murder mystery. This dinner theater night once again drops clues on your doorstep to invite you to join the food, fun and a fabulous "whodunit" good time. Drinks will be served starting at 6:30 p.m., and the yet-to-be-identified perpetrator will kick into high gear at 7 p.m. March 23-24. Can you stand to miss the chance to play detective and catch the bad guy or gal? Don't risk it; mystery at the Cape Fox Lodge, call for reservations at 225-8001.

Steppin' Out '07

The event returns to the Ted Ferry Civic Center on Saturday, March 24. The Ketchikan Community Chorus and Lush Life present an evening of Jazz favorites and "Made In The USA", an American Pop medley featuring the talents of your friends and neighbors. The fun begins at 7:30pm, tickets will go on sale in March and will be available at the door. Call 225-2211 for more information.

Shannon Spring

Jam to Gospel/ Bluegrass music with Shannon Spring every Thursday night at 7pm at the stARTled Salmon Ketchikan Arts Hatchery in the Salmon Landing Market. Sponsored by Squares and Contras, call 225-2211 for more info.

Jazz Jammin' at the Salmon

Held by Austin Hays, come jam the night away at the kiosk at Salmon landing, the stARTled salmon Ketchikan Arts Hatchery, starting at 7pm every Friday night. Call the Arts Council for more info, 225-2211.

Kayhi Music presents... Two concerts for spring from the Kayhi Music Department. On April 10, the jazz ensemble, jazz choir, solo performers and small ensembles will be showcased on the Kayhi Auditorium. April 17 is the next concert featuring the music from the wind ensemble, symphonic band and the concert choir. Come out to see these young artists perform. Call the High School for more information, 225-9815.

Torch Nights

The performing art series presents Ball In The House, an a cappella guys group with amazing and exciting sounds. They will be combining lush harmonies and innovative styles on Friday, April 20 at 7:30pm on the Kayhi Auditorium stage. Boston Globe states, "Ball In The House has everything you would expect to find in a successful pop/rock band... the one thing it doesn't have is instruments." This show is sure please audiences of all ages. For tickets and more information visit or call 225-2211.

Alaska Folk Festival

The 33rd annual Alaska Folk Festival will be held April 9-15, at Centennial Hall in Juneau. Guest artist Carolina Chocolate Drops will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 12, and at 9 p.m. Sunday, April 15. For information, call 463-3316 or go online to