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The Alaska-Juneau Public Market was held this weekend at Centennial Hall, with the Public Market Annex at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.
Public Market kicks off shopping season in style 120209 NEWS 1 Capital City Weekly The Alaska-Juneau Public Market was held this weekend at Centennial Hall, with the Public Market Annex at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.

A mannequin displays a t-shirt for sale, backdropped by Pat Race, who also sold comics, films and other work by Alaska Robotics artists.


Myrna Allen sits at her booth at the Public Market Annex at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center this Sunday. Allen sold copies of her book, "50 Years of Facts 'n' Food," a compilation of recipes and stories from long-time local residents. Allen plans to donate proceeds from sales to the community of Juneau.


David Love, of all fired up!, displays a ceramic fish he created by making a mold of a catch from a fishing trip.


Brandon Bowhay displays an oil candle made from a glass fishing float in his booth at the Market.


MJ Cadle of Ketchikan displays her original Wild Cards, playing cards adorned with her photographs and field notes of Alaskan wildflowers.


Dan Branch carves a raven's head out of a block of wood while surrounded by his work at the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council Gallery.


Kathy Benner and Phil, a Gyrfalcon, greet visitors at the Juneau Raptor Center's display in the Miller Room at Centennial Hall.


Mickey Monty talks with shoppers from her booth at the Market, where she sold handmade crafts including fuzzy puppets.

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Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Story last updated at 12/2/2009 - 12:13 pm

Public Market kicks off shopping season in style

The Alaska-Juneau Public Market was held this weekend at Centennial Hall, with the Public Market Annex at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.

Clockwise from above, left: Mickey Monty talks with shoppers from her booth at the Market, where she sold handmade crafts including fuzzy puppets.

Kathy Benner and Phil, a Gyrfalcon, greet visitors at the Juneau Raptor Center's display in the Miller Room at Centennial Hall.

Dan Branch carves a raven's head out of a block of wood while surrounded by his work at the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council Gallery.

MJ Cadle of Ketchikan displays her original Wild Cards, playing cards adorned with her photographs and field notes of Alaskan wildflowers.

David Love, of all fired up!, displays a ceramic fish he created by making a mold of a catch from a fishing trip.

A mannequin displays a t-shirt for sale, backdropped by Pat Race, who also sold comics, films and other work by Alaska Robotics artists.

Myrna Allen sits at her booth at the Public Market Annex at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center this Sunday. Allen sold copies of her book, "50 Years of Facts 'n' Food," a compilation of recipes and stories from long-time local residents. Allen plans to donate proceeds from sales to the community of Juneau.

Brandon Bowhay displays an oil candle made from a glass fishing float in his booth at the Market.

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