City Museum's Juneau Explorers program begins Aug. 12

The Juneau Douglas City Museum’s Juneau Explorers program, open to kids ages 8-11, will run from Aug. 12-16, from 12:30-4:30 p.m.


Here’s a look at the schedule:

Monday: The Original People: Fishing, Weaving, Fighting and 2 Museums

Tuesday: Gold Fever: A Trip to the AJ Mine

Wednesday: Old Juneau: Exploring Our Town with “Old Eyes”

Thursday: A Land Formed By Ice: A Visit to the Mendenhall Glacier

Friday: History Today: We Continue to Create History - Let’s Document It!

The week will culminate in a book-making project, documenting students’ place in history.

Registration is available for individual days ($36) or the entire week ($180). Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. The cost includes materials fees, transportation and a light snack each day.

All activities begin and end at the City Museum, located at the corner of Fourth and Main Streets downtown.

Registration forms and more information is available at the museum or online at:


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