PUBLISHED: 5:28 PM on Wednesday, March 26, 2008
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Southeast Conference Schedules Workshop

Southeast Conference will hold a Business Network Workshop entitled "Be Your Own Boss" on March 27 at the Hanger Ballroom. For registration forms and information, visit All business people in Southeast Alaska are welcome.

Alaskan Marine Adventures Petersburg Charter

Alaskan Marine Adventures has several spaces available on their May 15-19 "Little Norway Festival" charter to Petersburg. There are also several specials posted at Alaskan Marine Adventures that may be of interest to Juneau employers looking for perks for their employees.

AMHS "See Alaska Pass" Available

The Alaska Marine Highway announces the "See Alaska Pass" for travel between Prince Rupert and Skagway, allowing passengers to get off of the ferries in three different communities starting May 1st. Price for the walk-on travel is $160.00; cars and cabins can be added to the itinerary at normal retail prices. Passes are available online at or call (800) 642-0066.

Alaska Seafood Company Unveils New Products

Alaska Seafood Company will offer several new products this year. The first is an all natural Salmon Pet Treat "puurfect" for the furry friend. Also new is a 3 oz smoked sockeye in an attractive glass jar. Finally, a 16 oz smoked salmon in a gift box is available for under $15. Tours of the cannery and smokehouse will start in May.

So You Want to be an Actor?

Perseverance Theatre is looking to fill speaking and non-speaking parts in a PBS documentary about Elizabeth Peratrovitch entitled "For the Rights of All: Ending Jim Crow in Alaska." If you are interested in acting in this film, call Ishmael Hope at 364-2421, ext. 226, or email

Alaskan Brewing Company Reveals New Packaging

Alaskan Brewing Company's flagship beer, Alaskan Amber, is sporting brand new packaging starting this month. The new artwork is by renowned Alaskan artist John Fehringer. Fans of the beer will be relieved that although the packaging has changed, the recipe is the same.

Juneau-Douglas City Museum Goes Digital

The Juneau-Douglas City Museum recently launched its first virtual exhibit, which features the recently acquired Schmitz collection, a series of photographs from Southeast Alaska circa 1885. With this new exhibit component the museum intends to expand its exhibit capabilities and its role as a resource to the community and beyond. To visit the virtual exhibit online, click here.

Creativation Gearing Up for Spring

Creativation Event Planning/Rentals is gearing up for spring with a new delivery truck and new Pinnacle High Peak Tents...just in time for your corporate event. Reserve your tent now, as quantities are limited. New colors of linens and table toppers are also now available for rental.