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Every Friday there is a Walk & Talk to a different location so please check here and listen to KHNS radio to find out that week's location. Each walk lasts approximately 3 hours.
The usual meeting time and place for car pooling to the starting point is at 9 AM in the parking lot between Mt. Market and the public library. Please dress for the weather which sometimes means snowshoes or other winter gear. Bring your own snacks, drinks, other. Dogs on a leash are welcome on most walks.
For more information call the Sheldon Museum at 766-2366.
The public is invited to participate in a special morning devoted to the young children of Haines. The celebration will take place Thursday May 1st, from 9:30 to 11 am at the Tikes and Trikes gym time at the elementary school. The emphasis will be on creative activities and information for young children and their parents. That’s a special day for the children of Haines, May 1st starting at 9:30am in the elementary gym.
Youth Fishing Day will be Saturday April 26 at the 21 Mile pull-out on Haines Highway. There will be a Dolly Varden Derby, and reels to loan out. Youths under the age of 16 don’t need a fishing license. That’s Youth Fishing Day, this Saturday. Call 766-2625 for more information.
The Community Clean Up for Haines is happening from April 26th thru May 3rd. This is a chance for residents to take pride in their community, and to have fun at the same time. Prizes will be given to those who collect the most trash. Garbage must be collected from community areas to qualify. The processing facility on FAA Road will be participating in this event. Pick up bags are now available at the Haines Chamber of Commerce. That’s a Community Clean Up, starting Saturday April 26th.
The 9th Annual Spring Fling is happening this Friday April 25th. There will be BBQ, Beer and live music from Amasia. The fun starts at 6pm at the Fairgrounds. Admission for Southeast Alaska State Fair members is free. There’s an entrance fee for non-members. That’s the 9th Annual Spring Fling, this Friday at 6pm at Harriett Hall.
John Dear, a 2008 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, and author of “The Non-Violent Life”, will be giving a presentation at the ANB Hall in Haines Monday April 28th. His presentation will start at 5:30pm and the topic will be “Achieving Non-violence in oneself, one’s community & the world.” At 6:30 there will be a potluck followed by a non-violence workshop at 7pm. That a presentation by John Dear at the ANB Hall, Monday 28th starting at 5:30pm.
The monthly general meeting of We The People - Haines is Saturday, May 3, from 3-4 p.m. at the Haines Borough Public Library. This non-partisan meeting is open to everyone.
Spring is here and time to honor the season with the 8th annual Haines Earth Day Celebration. This year's theme is Green Cities and the public is invited to explore a range of topics, buy or sell starts from the Farmer's Market, and ask poultry & gardening enthusiasts questions. That's the Earth Day Celebration, Saturday, May 10th from 10am until Noon in the Haines School. For more information call Melissa @ 766-2185.
All of you green thumbs out there who have diligently coaxed their seedlings to starts this spring are encouraged to come sell their extra plants, and get our community excited about the bounty that is grown right here in the Chilkat Valley. Produce, herbs, flowers and houseplants are a welcome addition to the Earth Day Celebration. For further information and to reserve a table please contact Susie McCartney Nelson at 303 3038 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be a reception for Heidi Robichaud and her art Friday, April 25th, from 4 until 6 pm at the Sheldon Museum & Cultural Center. See four of Heidi Robichaud's fully scrimshawed mammoth and walrus ivories at a reception at the Sheldon Museum. That's April 25th from 4 to 6pm. Refreshments may be served. Call 766-2366 for more information.