Jim Brooks Memorial Doubles Marathon and Picnic; Juneau Gun Club at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 17, at Juneau Gun Club located at 0.5 Mile, Montana Creek Road. Non-members are invited to both shoot and attend the picnic in honor of the late Regional Director of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Commissioner of Alaska's Department of Fish & Game. For more information, call 789-9844.
Flag Day Ceremony In Haines, Jun 14 at Lookout Park.
Summer Solstice Celebration in Haines, Jun 17, music, food and dancing until dawn..
Haines Emblem Club Father's Day Brunch, Jun 18, fathers eat free.
Pony Rides by Thunder Mt Riders 4-H club. Swampy Acres, Sat Jun 17, 11 am-3 pm , $2 per round or $5 for three rounds, 789-7253.
Guest Pastor Dr. Steven Rennick at First Church of God, Wed, Jun 14 with 6 pm potluck & 6:45 teaching, Sun, Jun 18 10:45 am and 5 pm pizza and salad potluck followed by 6 pm teaching, 465-2431
Fund Raiser to rebuild Holy Trinity Episcopal Church and McPhetre's Hall, includes Garden Tours, Plant Sale and Summer Solstice Tea, Jun 24. Tickets on sale at Hearthside Books, or from Holy Trinity Church members, 586-2212
The Moving Wall, July 9-15, open 24 hours to the public at Vintage Park near Safeway in Juneau. Opening ceremony to be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 9. The Vietnam Memorial Moving Wall is sponsored by The American Legion Auke Bay Post 25. For more information, call Jim at 73-2964 or Bill at 723-8028.
Only Fools Run at Midnight, Jul 1, 11:59 pm. Pre-register at JRC/The Alaska, Nugget Alaskan Outfitter, Foggy Mountain Shop and the SAIL office.
Juneau Volunter Marching Band Rehearsals, every Tues through Jun 27, Riverbend School Commons, 7-9 pm, 789-2552.
Organ Concert at the State Office Building, Fridays at noon with a variety of music performed by J. Allan MacKinnon.
Haines American Legion Hamburger Feed, every Thur, 5-7pm.
Haines Elks Lodge Steak Feed, every Sat, 5-7pm.
Haines Elks Lodge Hamburger Feed, every Fri, 5-7pm.
Juneau Chess Club, Every Tues, 7-9pm, Downtown Library. The public is welcome to attend and boards and pieces typically provided. Rules taught to those interested. Contact Brian Bezenek, 790-1934.