Posted: Thursday, November 18, 2004

Friday evening, Nov. 19

• Emcee Pete Griffin, with music provided by Michael Sakarias on hammer dulcimer.

• Ishmael Hope (storyteller, actor and director of outreach for Perseverance Theatre) will tell "Aak'wtaatseen, Salmon Boy."

• Becky Bear (storyteller, Alaska PersonalTours) will tell "The Gingi," a Yoruba legend about the wild side of life, in 20 minutes.

• Anne C. Fuller will tell "Rescue at High Tide," a tale of the recent Alaska past, in 16 minutes.

• John Neary (storyteller, Forest Service employee on Admiralty Island) will tell "Wind Boy," observations of bears, in about 20 minutes.

Saturday morning, Nov. 20

• Emcee Anne C. Fuller

• Juneau's deaf community: TIMBER! Safari.

• Floyd Dryden Middle School students reciting winter poems, including Clyde Orcutt Moon, "Japanese;" Katie Kaplor, "I Heard a Bird Sing," by Oliver Herford; Kaylee Hubbard, "Skiing," by Marchette Chute; Hailey Pusich, "Snow Toward Evening," by Melville Cane; Amanda Gile, "Stranger in the Woods;" Anthony Staten, "Why the Bear has a Short Tail."

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