Brought to you by the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council. Don’t forget to check out the Community Calendar too!
Thursday, October 26, 2017
5:15-7pm Freedom From Smoking @ SEARHC spaces limited. FREE and open to the whole community. For information contact Leah at 364-4549 or firstname.lastname@example.org
5:30-6:30pm Juneau Douglas Fish & Game Advisory Committee Meeting & Elections @ UAS Egan Rm 218 A public meeting hold elections for expired/vacant seats and to discuss 2017/18 Board of Fisheries & Board of Game proposals. For more info: 465-4046 or email@example.com
5:30-6:30pm Station Eleven Book Discussion Open to the Public @ The Juneau Public Library Discuss this year’s NEA Big Rad and One Campus Book selection.
6:30-7:30pm Think Like a Computer: An Introduction to Coding @ The Mendenhall Public Library Join us for our monthly introduction to coding class for ages 8 to adult.
6:30-9pm Widowed Person Support Group @ Fireweed Place Meeting will be held in the Parlor Room. More info contact Sue at 586-6424 or Sandy at 789-0355
7pm Haunted Station @ US Coast Guard 345 Egan Drive. Join us for an event that won’t cost you a dime. While we do appreciate a canned food donation. So come one, come all and don’t miss the call of Halloween night. We’ll be sure to give you a fright. Doors will open at 7 Make sure to bring you ID more info Coast Guard Station 907-463-2365.
7:30pm Dreaming Glacier Bay @ Perseverance Theatre Tickets at Hearthside Books, The JACC, ptalaska.org or 463-TIXS
Friday, October 27, 2017
5-7:30 pm League of Women voters Annual Wine Tasting! @ The Hanger Ballroom Come in costume, enjoy hors d’oeuvres, live music, costume contest and door prizes. Tickets $30 or $50 for 2. Go to juneauwv.org and use PayPal on line or call 907-723-0437 for more info or email firstname.lastname@example.org
5:30-9:30pm Haunted House @ The Fire Training Center on Sherwood Street. For a howling good time come to the Firefighters Fundraiser. $5 entry fee. Baked Treats for Sale 2nd floor nightmare 1st floor kid friendly.
7pm Evening at Egan with Nic Galanin @ UAS Egan Library for full details: uas.alaska.edu/eganlecture
7:30pm Dreaming Glacier Bay @ Perseverance Theatre Tickets at Hearthside books, The JAC, ptalaska.org or 463-TIXS
7:45-9:15pm Halloween Skate @ Treadwell Ice Arena Skate to Halloween music in costume at decorated arena. Adults $6, Youth $5, Skates $2 more info: www.juneauorg/parksrec/icerink
10pm-12am Monster Ball @ Taku Lanes Costume Contest all Ages Welcome! Suggested Donation $10. Under 18 $5
10pm The Psychotics @ The Alaskan Bar 21+
Saturday, October 28, 2017
7-11am Community Garage Sale @ The JACC This is hosted by Juneau Teens for a ChangeStop and shop to find some treasures or rent a table to see you own. Admission is free and open to the public. Tables $30 and you must fill out an application. Email. email@example.com for more details or reserve a spot.
11-2pm Creepy Cave @ Valley Public Library Meeting Room All ages event. Library sponsored print calendar ghosties and spiders and bats, oh my! Walk thorough the creepy cave if you dare. Geared toward 2-7 year olds.
1-3pm Gastineau Genealogical Society @ The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter –day Saints Program: “How Much is Enough?” Presentation and conversation about what makes a reasonably exhaustive (not exhausting) search for documents that can prove family facts and connections. All are welcome. FREE more info: ggalaska.org or Teresa Campbell 500-7476
1-3pm Red Ribbon Rally “Just Say No To Drugs” @ the Nugget Mall FREE and open to the public. More info: Janice Holst 723-1462
2-3:30pm Author Talk with Janet Collins @ The Alaska State Museum Author of On The Arctic Frontier: Ernest Leffingwell’s Polar Explorations and Legacy. More info: Freya Anderson 465-1315 or firstname.lastname@example.org
4-6:3pm Ghost Walk @ Mt. Jumbo Gym Young Children’s Party Game Prizes Treats FREE more info: www.douglas4thofjuly.com
4:30-11pm Classic Halloween Movie Marathon @ Juneau Masonic Center Enjoy the classics in a small, temporary Theatre. 4:30 Little Shop of Horrors, 6pm Night of the Living Dead, 9p House on the Haunted Hill. $10 cash at the door for 1 or all 3. Snacks for sale. More info: email@example.com
6-8pm Painting pARTy “Witchy Leg” @ Louise Miller Fine Arts Studio Enjoy a fun evening with some of your favorite friends, or come meet new ones. All painting supplies will be provided. More info: Louise Miller 789-3546.
6-8pm Save the Ta-Tas Party @ Juneau Moose Lodge Games Prizes Food and Runway Show! Decorate a Bra $10 entry Not Creative?? Donate an entry fee in honor of a survivor with pre-made bra’s. Open to the Public. All proceeds donated to Mobile Mammogram Unit. Contact Myrna or Annette for details: Savethetatas439@gmail.com
7:30pm Dreaming of Glacier Bay @ Perseverance Theatre. Tickets at the JACC, Hearthside books, ptalaska.com, 43-tixs
8:00 PM SKULL PARTY IV @ the JACC. Annual Playboy Spaceman concert, costumes encouraged. Tickets online at www.playboyspaceman.com.
Sunday, October 29, 2017
1-3:30pm Instant Photography Workshop @ The Kindred Post this workshop will be taught by resident instant photography expert Veronica Buness. Register by calling 523-5053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org $45 ($5 discount given if 2 sign up together.
3-5pm Roman Festival Taku Winds in Concert @ Thunder Mt. HS Directed by WilliamTodd Hunt. Experience the versatility of the modern wind symphony in an all classical program of Wagner, Brahms and Respighi. Tickets $20 at the JACC, Hearthside Books and www.juneaucommunitybands.org
4pm Dreaming Glacier Bay @ Perseverance Theatre
Monday, October 30, 2017
11:30-12:30pm Adult Pickelball @ Centennial Hall FREE Every Monday in October. No Food orstreet shoes. Take an active lunch and join us for fun pickelball. More info: email@example.com
2:30-4:30pm The Power of a Fund Development Plan @ Juneau International Airport A fund development plan can provided great discussion, engagement, and a focus to all your fundraising efforts. Learn tactics and strategies regarding fundraising. Are you curious how to put the donor at the center of all your fundraising? More info: Kate O’Brien, firstname.lastname@example.org
3-5pm Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse! @The Mendenhall Public Library A Big Read Event. To survive the apocalypse you’ll need skills. Mad, crazy skills! And you’ll need a team of awesome people who you trust and who can trust you! Come to one class or both if you want to survive!
4-6pm UA Board of Regents Public Testimony Call-In Session Call 1-866-726-0757. The public is invited to call in to share their thoughts on University issues. The two hour session is in advance of the full board meeting, which willb be held Nov. 9-10 in Anchorage. More info: http://email@example.com
5-7pm High Performing Boards @ Juneau International Airport Non profit leaders do you think your board could use a boost of commitment and energy? Do you wonder how to keep board members accountable? This class is ideal for organizations that want to thrive no just survive. You will learn how your board can reach its full potential. More info: Kate O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, October 31, 2017 HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
12-1pm Adult Ballet Class @ Juneau Dance Theatre Adult Ballet welcomes everyone over the age of 18. More info: www.juneaudance.org
2-6pm Halloween Party at The Canvas Oreo Race, Race Painting, Mad Scientist Lab. FREE for all ages. Spooky Fun for everyone. More Info: Canvas at 586-1750
2-6pm Downtown Tricker Treating Look for orange balloons and “trick-or-treat here” signs on doors of participating business.
7:30-8:30pm Dance Fitness @ Juneau Dance Theatre more info www.juneaudance.org or 463-5327
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
7-9pm KRNN Spotlight Series @ Gold Town Nickelodeon This is a Don Drew Country Music Tribute. Musicians riley Woodford, Annie Bartholomew, Patricia Hull, Andrew & Erin Heist and more will sing the tunes from long-timeKTOO D.J. Don Drew’s real country playbook. Tickets at KRNN.org, the station and at the door.
7-9pm Wildlife Wednesday @ Mendenhall Valley Public Library Speaker will be John Hudson, formerly with the USF&G and currently Wildlife Biologist for Alaska Watershed Coalition. Consider the unique importance of the Riparian zone to wildlife. Free and open to the public. More info: akwildlife.org or Patricia Wherry 209-3374
Weekly Meetings/Support Groups/Classes:
Most events are re-occurring each week!
Thursday 5:30-8:00 PM Grief Support Group Hospice Home Care Thursdays 10/13-11/17 – 419 6th St. 463-6111
5:30-7pm Family Support Group NAMI, 1st and 3rd Thursdays.
5:30-6:30pm Downtown Family Night at the Public Library Downtown Public Library, 292 Marine Way
5:30-6:30pm Beyond Baby Blues: Mom Support Group Juneau Birth Center, 2nd and 4th Thursdays
6:25-8pm AWANA @ Auke Bay Bible Church more info: email@example.com
6-7:30pm Peer Support Group NAMI Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday’s 463-4251
7 – 9pm Tango Dancing Channel Dance Studio, more info 586-1213
9pm – 1:00 am AbbyOke Karaoke McGiviney’s sports Bar & Grill (valley), 789-0501 – over 21
9pm-1am Open Mic wi/Teri Tibbet or Matt Barnes Alaskan Hotel & Bar, thealaskanhotel.com, over 21
Friday Noon Kimball Organ Concert SOB Atrium
Saturday 8:30am-9:30am Pilates/Core with Abbie The Yoga Path, 5326 Shaune Dr.
12-1pm Sm’algyax Language Learners Group Edward K. Thomas Building conference room
4-6pm Live Acoustic Bluegrass @ Bullwinkle’s with Jeremy, Nathan & friends
Sunday 10:30-noon Restorative Yoga The Yoga Path, 5326 Shaune Dr.
11a-1pm Weekly Ukulele Jam @ TK Maguire’s Lounge all welcome Juneaujambusters.com
12:30-2pm Y12SR+Yoga of 12-Step Recovery @ The Yoga Path. Join Stephanie Winters this open and inclusive group. $10, pay-as-you-can at the studio. More info: www.ontheyogapath.com
6pm-8pm International Folk Dance The Alaska Club first hour is instruction no partner necessary. Beginners welcome more info Bruce 364-2334
Monday 5:45 am Yoga Immersion The Yoga Path 5326 Shaune Drive.
12pm-1pm Taku Toastmasters Club Federal Building – 5th floor conference room 541
5:30-6pm Cuentacuentos Infantil @ Mendenhall Valley Public Library
6pm-7pm Tlingit Language Learners Group Downtown Juneau Public Library (large conference room)
Tuesday 5:45am-6:45am Yoga Immersion at the Yoga Path
6:15-7:15am Valley Toastmasters St. Paul’s Community Hall
1-2:30pm Low Vision Support Group Juneau Senior Center
6-7pm Children’s Life Skills Group @ AWARE Fun discussions, games, activities, and art centered around 7 different life skills topics. Ages 5 and up. More info Lela 586-6623
Wednesday 5:45am-6:45am Yoga Immersion at the Yoga Path
10-11am “Write For Your Life” Mendenhall Valley Library
12pm-1pm Capital Toastmasters of Juneau Weekly Meeting, Room 115 of the Alaska Office Building
5:30-7pm Support for Families Dealing with Addiction: Heroin and Opiates NCAAD 211 4th St Suite 100
5:30-7pm English Classes @ Mendenhall Public Library
6 – 7:30 pm Children’s Creative Play @ AWARE A variety of fun outings in the community (rock climbing,swimming,library, etc) movies, music and games. Ages 5 and up. AWARE also offers Parenting the Love & Logic Way. More info: Lela@586-6623
6-8pm AWANA @ Douglas Island Bible Church more info: Jennifer 321-3059
7 – 9 pm Weekly Old Time Music Jam Alaskan Hotel & Bar Balcony, thealaskanhotel.com – 21+ FREE