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Financial Peace University
Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University course will be offered Saturday, February 1st at 11:00 AM. This is a 9 week course aimed at getting people on a budget and paying off debt. You can sign up at fpu.com/1111576 or contact Karen 617-9024 or e-mail Afonso.karen1979@gmail.com Classes will be held at IBEW Hall 317 Stedman St.

Posted: Sat, 18 Jan. 2020
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Financial Peace University

Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University course will be offered Saturday, February 1st at 11:00 AM. This is a 9 week course aimed at getting people on a budget and paying off debt. You can sign up at fpu.com/1111576 or contact Karen 617-9024 or e-mail Afonso.karen1979@gmail.com Classes will be held at IBEW Hall 317 Stedman St.



Posted: Sat, 18 Jan. 2020
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January AskUAS
Join us at 6pm on Thursday, January 23rd for a viewing of the popular documentary, "Google and the World Brain," followed by panel discussion on the increasing tensions between free access to
information, copyright, and individual privacy concerns in an ever-increasingly technological world. Are we living H.G. Wells’ vision of a futuristic information utopia, or have we opened Pandora’s box? Held at the Ketchikan UAS Campus Library, free and open to the public!

Posted: Wed, 8 Jan. 2020
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Equip your kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills, and more! Learn techniques that help you prepare your kids to make real world choices while creating strong caring relationships that last a lifetime. Love and Logic techniques allow your child’s choices to be the “bad guy” while you remain the loving authority figure.


Starting January 22nd, join us every Wednesday night at 6:00 at the Community Connections Easy St building in Craig. Class continues through February 26th. Call 826-3891 to register. Dinner and childcare are provided, and scholarships may be available upon request.


Learn more at comconnections.org

Posted: Thu, 2 Jan. 2020
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Why do children do what they do? And why do we, as parents, sometimes hear shark music when they do it? Join our parenting support group in Ketchikan and learn how to make sense of what your child is really asking you. Find out about techniques that help prepare your kids to make real world choices while creating strong caring relationships.

Starting January 15th, join us every Wednesday night at 5:30 at Community Connections. Class continues through April 15th. Call 225-7825 to register.

Class registration, dinner, and childcare are provided at no charge thanks to funding by Alaska Children’s Trust.

Learn more at comconnections.org.

Posted: Tue, 31 Dec. 2019
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Friday Night Insights

2020 Friday Night Insights

 

Open and Free on Fridays from 11 a.m.- 7 p.m. Friday Night Insight programs begin at 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

 

Friday, January 3:   Ketchikan Film Festival          Ketchikan, and its’ magical surroundings, has inspired many talented artists, now its time to put that inspiration to the video test and see just how wondrous this place is. If you missed the summer screening, and appreciate the art of making movies, here’s your chance to see the films in the festival, sponsored by KPUtv.

 

Friday, January 10:  Cycle Touring The Golden Circle          Bicycle touring is an inexpensive, healthy and environmentally friendly way to explore the world. Join Tom Heutte as he shares stories and photos of a bicycle tour exploring the rich history of native and pioneer cultures including the Chikat “Valley of the Eagles,” Tatsensheni-Alsek Provincial Park, Kluane National Park, and the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park. You will also take a visual tour of the Golden Circle, a route from Haines through Haines Junction and Whitehorse to Skagway Alaska, following historic trading and gold rush stampede routes through the heart of the largest protected wilderness area in the world, a UNESCO World Heritage Biosphere Preserve.  

 

Friday, January 17:   Here and Back Again: Finding Identity in Travel          Seasonal workers come and go, and some of them actually stay. Jason Baldwin took a chance this winter and stuck around. Learn what entices summer workers return to Ketchikan, and see moments captured on journeys throughout the United States and the rest of the world.

 

Friday, January 24: Climbing Mt. Robson          At 12,972 feet, Mt. Robson is the tallest peak in the Canadian Rockies. It is also considered the most prominent peak in the North American Rockies Range with its nearly 10,000 feet of pure vertical ascent on its southern face. Due to the vertical ascent, changing weather, avalanches, ice and rock fall, this is one of the most challenging mountains to climb with just a 10% success rate. Join Shawn McAllister as he shares his journey to British Columbia to climb Mt. Robson. 

 

Friday, January 31:     Homecoming:   Return to Humla in far northwest Nepal          Local Dr. Peter Rice was privileged to be part of a combined Nepali and Western medical team that traveled to the Humla region in Nepal.   This region is considered the most remote area of Nepal,   and is home for many of the Nepali clinicians and Sherpas on the trip. Follow the doctors as they provide medical care to the local people who live surrounded by the majestic Himalayan mountains. 

 

Friday, February 7: Ketchikan School District Spelling Bee (*5:30 p.m. start time)          The Scripps National Spelling Bee is a tradition that started in 1925. Students from each Ketchikan school will compete for a spot at the State Bee in Anchorage later this spring. This is your chance to test your spelling wits and support our local youth.

 

Friday, February 14:  Elizabeth Peratrovich Day Celebrations [*5:00 p.m. start time]  Come help us celebrate the Alaska Native civil rights leader with Betsy Peratrovich as she unveils the newly minted Elizabeth Peratrovich dollar coin honoring her grandmother. Local youth will provide multi-media presentations interpreting civil rights in Alaska beginning at 5:00 p.m.

 

 

 

Friday, February 21:  Illuminating Subjects: Snippets of Lighthouse History and Preservation in Alaska       Lighthouses played a vital role in navigation for nearly a hundred years in Alaska. Their lights saved countless lives from fisherman, freighters, and passenger ships. Today this critical function is performed by automated lights, radar, and Global Position Systems. Yet lighthouses remain fixed both physically on our rocky shoreline and also in our imagination. Built to ensure safety at sea for all who see their light, perhaps no other type of structure built by humans reflect such altruistic intentions. Join Andrew Washburn, Vice President of the Cape Decision Lighthouse Society and Museum Registrar at the Alaska State Museum, who brings a multifaceted perspective to the subject of Alaska Lighthouses. 

 

 Friday, February 28:  Diplomacy in the Field: USFS International Programs        Thanks to the work and travels of Chief Gifford Pinchot, the Forest Service has been working to provide technical assistance internationally since 1902!  During this presentation, Leslie Swada will give a brief overview of the program, and share her recent experiences working in 2 very different locations: the remote Amazonas region of Brazil, and the city of Minsk, Belarus in Eastern Europe.

 


Posted: Mon, 23 Dec. 2019
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Friday Night Insights

2020 Friday Night Insights

 

Open and Free on Fridays from 11 a.m.- 7 p.m. Friday Night Insight programs begin at 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

 

Friday, March 6: Hunting in the misty mountains of New Zealand’s southern island           Ross Dorendorf details the journey he and a friend took in their pursuit of Himalayan tahr and Chamois along with providing insider tips on hunting in the country. 

 

Friday, March 13: Paddy’s Day in Ireland!    Where better to be on Saint Patrick’s Day than Ireland? Join Ben and Nicole Limle as they present a photographic journey of their 2019 trip to Ireland. Saint Patrick’s Day in beautiful Galway City, incredible hikes in Connemara and Wicklow Mountains National Parks, rainy days along the Wild Atlantic Way, bird watching, quaint towns, castles, pubs, and more… 

 

Friday, March 20:  Rockfish Conservation and Mandatory Deepwater Release    Beginning January 2020 all anglers sport fishing in saltwaters will be required to possess and use a deepwater release mechanism to return rockfish to the depth captured or at least 100 feet.  Join the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for a presentation introducing the new regulation and to learn about barotrauma and why deepwater release is important to rockfish conservation.  We will have a of a variety of deepwater release mechanisms, instruction on how to use them, and ideas to make your own!  

 

Friday, March 27:   Film  -  Paper Tigers          Janalee Gage and Leslie Swada will host this years’ “Choose Respect” event and show a documentary film about how one school made dramatic progress to improve its’ outcomes. Lincoln Alternative High School was riddled with violence, drugs, and truancy. Now 75% of the students graduate and the school as a whole has a lower crime rate. 

 

Friday, April 3: Alaska Hummingbird Festival Art Opening  (5:00—7:00 p.m.)     Join us in celebrating spring and the return of the migratory birds to southeast Alaska. See artworks by Alaskan artists, vote for the People’s Choice Awards and enjoy refreshments provided by the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau.

 

Friday, April 10: Film - Birding in Peru          Join Ben Limle as he takes you on a photographic journey of Peru. The focus will be on birding throughout his journey. You’ll see beautiful images of birds that can only be seen only in Peru and the natural and cultural history of areas visited, such as Machu Picchu and the Manu Cloud Forest.

 

Friday, April 17: Photographing Wild Birds     Local birder and photographer extraordinaire Jim Lewis presents sublime and spectacular Southeast Alaska birds as captured through his lenses.

 

Friday, April 24: Spring Birding in Ketchikan    The first two weeks of May are the peak of migration in Ketchikan. Learn from our very own birding expert Steve Heinl who will discuss the many birds you might see or hear during this time. Bring your best birding questions so our resident expert can answer them!



Posted: Mon, 23 Dec. 2019
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Friday Night Insight

The Southeast Alaska Discovery Center announces its operating hours for the winter season. From Nov. 1 through Dec. 13, the center will be open and free of charge on Fridays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors can enjoy the exhibits, purchase America the Beautiful passes or Tongass area maps, or choose to screen one of our films highlighting Alaskan natural and cultural history. 

 

The Cape Fox Cultural Foundation gift shop will be open on Fridays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Nov. 1 through Nov. 15. For the holiday season, Nov. 22 through Dec. 15, the gift shop will be open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 

The Friday Night Insight programs at the center will begin on Jan. 3, 2020, at 6 p.m. and run through April 24, 2020.

 

We will kick off the series with the 2nd annual Ketchikan Film Festival, which will be hosted by Ketchikan Public Utilities. The season will again focus on travel and adventure, including a presentation by Dr. Rice featuring his continued work with a medical clinic in the Dolpo Region of Nepal.

 

Another highlight from the schedule will be a program by Tom Heutte which focuses on a bicycle tour he took of the Golden Circle of Alaska, a route from Haines through Haines Junction and Whitehorse to Skagway. His journey will follow the historic trading routes of the area, through the heart of the largest protected wilderness area in the world, a UNESCO World Heritage Biosphere Preserve. The full Friday Night Insight schedule will be published in December.

 

We hope to see you at the Discovery Center all winter long. The Southeast Alaska Discovery Center is located at 50 Main Street in Ketchikan.



Posted: Fri, 1 Nov. 2019
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