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The Arts Council presents Seattle singer-songwriter Andrew Vait in concert on Saturday June 29th. The concert starts at 7:30pm in the lobby of the Chilkat Center. Tickets will be sold at the door.
Up Here Magazine is hosting the 2013 Robert Service Poetry Contest. This contest is open to all, and will be published in an upcoming issue of Up Here. Entries must be received by July 1st, and reflect the style of Robert Services in 500 words or less. No more than three poems should be submitted by each entrant. For more info, call Aaron Spitzer at 868-766-6720.
NWS Peace Program is seeking caring families to host high school age international exchange students. These students are ages 15-18, have medical insurance and spending money. They will be looking for a loving home, care and guidance, 3 meals a day, a bed, and an experience of a lifetime. The goal is to have the students matched with host families by July 1st. For more information call 1-866-846-3977 or go to www.nw-services.com.
The third annual 4th of July Music Festival in Haines is happening July 4th, from 4-11pm. Visitors from around the region are invited to enjoy six featured bands, plus special solo and ensemble performers at the Ford Seward Parade Grounds. Music will be provided for the entire family, on-site food and beverages will be available and, new this year: the Alaskan Antique Car Musher’s Show. Festival proceeds are planned to benefit a local scholarship program. The 4th of July Music Festival, starting at 4pm in Fort Seward.
Join the Summer Canoe Project in Haines with Wayne Price and the Chilkoot Tribal Youth Program as they create, carve and launch a dugout canoe. The Canoe Project starts Monday June 17th and will continue weekdays from 9am to 1pm at the Silver Cloud Center in Fort Seward. For youth, 18 and under. Sign up at the start, June 17th, or call Jesse at 766-2545 to participate in the Summer Canoe Project. Brought to you by the Haines Public Library and Tribal Youth Program.