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JUNEAU — An Alaska Folk Festival favorite, champion fiddler Caitlin Warbelow will soon make a rare Juneau appearance with members of the world-renowned Irish band Lúnasa, including Patrick Doocey on guitar and Kevin Crawford on flute.
Skagway—Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park celebrates Junior Ranger Day on July 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Moore Homestead, on 5th Avenue between Broadway St. and Spring St. All events are free and open to the public.
Each week throughout the summer, the Juneau Public Libraries, in collaboration with the Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries and local businesses, award young readers various prizes for writing book reviews about their favorite summer reads.
Burls, whorls, knots, spalting — the creations of Reid Harris, co-owner of Northern Edge Craftworks, highlight a story unique to each tree he hand-crafts into a table, a bench, or another piece of furniture.
Salmon Beyond Borders and The Rookery Café expect more than 300 attendees for the inaugural “Southeast Feast,” which is bringing award-winning chefs from Toronto and around the United States to Juneau to prepare fresh, sustainable, wild Alaskan seafood paired with craft beers and wine.
The City and Borough of Juneau invites the community to celebrate a new road to housing at the intersection of Jackie Street and Renninger Street, next to Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School and Gruening Park Apartments.