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The Juneau-Douglas City Museum is hosting a caroling party Saturday afternoon. All interested singers should show up promptly at 4 p.m. at the city museum. Museum staff will provide copies of easy-to-sing songs. Staffers advise singers to dress warmly and bring a flashlight or a glow stick. The plan is to visit downtown neighborhoods.
"We'll go to the Fireweed (Place) and sing for them," said Jane Lindsay of the museum.
The Fireweed Place provides housing for seniors and is just a few blocks from the museum. The exact itinerary and route will depend on the weather.
"We want to be outside and singing as a community," Lindsaysaid.
Carolers will sing for a little more than an hour and then return to the museum for snacks and hot drinks. Hot cider, mandarin oranges, cookies and figgy pudding will be served.
The Tongass Alaska Girl Scouts have helped organize the event. The Juneau-Douglas City Museum is located at Fourth and Main streets and is a program of the Juneau Parks and Recreation Department. For more information, call 586-3572.