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Carolers And Observers Gather At Gunakadeit (Pocket) Park During A Tree-Lighting Ceremony On Friday.

The lighting of the tree at Pocket Park.

Mike Truax (center) and the .08s perform Saturday at the Gold Street Music performance at Resurrection Lutheran Church. Other acts included Cheryl Cook and Kathy Hocker and the Robert Cohen Trio.

Seth Cayce, Dillon Scranton and Anna Bullock sell trees Saturday in the Fred Meyer parking lot. They said it's nice to be out when the weather is nice, and they were thankful to their moms for providing hot chocolate as the temperatures dipped below freezing this weekend. Proceeds from tree sales will benefit the Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain High Schools' swim and dive teams.

A passer-by peeks in at a holiday toy display on the corner of Third and Seward Streets.

A young volunteer serves treats to visitors of the Senate Mall during Gallery Walk on Friday.

Buddy Tabor and other volunteers answer phones during the KTOO Radio Auction on Saturday.

Sergei Morosan and Riley Woodford perform for shoppers at Rainy Retreat Books during Gallery Walk on Friday.

Gallery Walkers view work by Salty Hanes and Sara Lee at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum on Friday. Their respective exhibits, "Lines of Design" and "Heartfelt History" will be on display through January 2.

The Victorian Carolers spread holiday cheer as they sing for crowds of shoppers and Gallery Walk patrons Friday at the Senate Mall.

Jette Mandl-Abramson explains a painting during the opening of her first solo exhibition, "Abstraction & Reconstruction," on Friday on the second floor of Zephyr Restaurant.

Carl Clasmeyer displays a piece of his intricate fine art jewelry at Bentwood and Bead Gallery Friday. The piece is a two-part clasp with a horse that fits snugly inside of a horse trailer.

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Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Story last updated at 12/9/2009 - 12:03 pm

Sights and Sounds
From Gallery Walk to Gold Street Music, Juneau's sidewalks and concert halls were filled this weekend with the sights and sounds of the season.

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