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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.
There will be a Haines High School Festival Concert at the Chilkat Center on Wednesday, April 23 at 6:30pm. Students will showcase the music they recently presented during the Southeast Music Festival in Ketchikan.
Also, on Thursday, April 24 at 6:30pm - the K-3 students will perform, "Yupik Song", a musical presentation, in the elementary gym.
The Taiya Inlet Watershed Council in Skagway is hosting a disc golf tournament and kids golf on Tuesday April 22nd at the Golf Course. Family golf starts at 4pm. The adults tournament starts at 5pm. That's an Earth Day Disc Golf Tournament, April 22nd at the golf course in Skagway. Call 983-2426 for more information.
Jeff Brown: "Masterpieces of Merriment” exhibit opens at 5-7 p.m. on April 18th at the Sheldon Museum. This exhibit features the visual puns and humor of Jeff Brown, a Juneau radio and television personality, a humorist, author, magician, artist, balloon twister, project manager and more. For approximately 40 years Jeff has entertained with his quick-wit, his balloon creations, his publications and his involvement with various community activities and events. Jeff Brown will be present at the opening to help us keep the laughs rolling. Refreshments will be served. For more information call 766-2366
The public is invited to an Easter Sunday service at 10am at the Haines Christian Center. A Fellowship meal will immediately follow the service. That’s Easter Service, 10am at the Haines Christian Center, located at 2nd and Union.
The public is invited to attend A Night in India, April 19th at 6pm at the Haines School. This is a fundraising event to help five young scientists raise money for their trip to India to present their research at a science conference. Authentic India and Alaskan Fusion Cuisine will be served at this event. Tickets available at the Babbling Book. That’s a Night in India, Saturday April 19th starting at 6pm at Haines School. Donations can also be given online at takshanuk.org. Call 766-3664 for more information.
There will be an Easter Twenty-Two and trapshoot this Saturday April 19th at the Mud Bay shooting range. For kids (up to age 16) there will be a 22 shoot from 9 until 10:30. The trap shoot will be open to all ages and will run from 10:30 until an undermined time. Loaner guns available and shotgun ammo for sale. Call 766-3779.
Free developmental screenings for children ages 0-5years will be offered April 18th from 10 to 4 at the ANB Hall in Haines. Screenings include Vision/Hearing, Language, Social and Emotional and Beginning thinking skills. Celebrate your child’s development! That's April 18th starting at 10am at the ANB Hall in Haines. Call Jenn at 303-7383 for more information.
Haines Public Library is hosting Spring Forward, an on- and off-line social networking for artists. Spring Forward will be happening Thursday, April 24th, from 5 to 8 pm. Please call Jessie at the library to register. Call 766-3830. This is a free course. That’s Spring Forward, April 24th, starting at 5pm at the Haines Library.
Sealaska Heritage Institute is seeking K thru 12 teachers and Native artists from seven communities to participate in the institute’s Art Academy in Juneau. The teachers and artists will collaborate during the academy to create kits, which will be used to teach formline design.¬¬ The academy is scheduled for June 2nd thru 6th in Juneau and is open to applicants in Haines. The Academy will pay for travel and lodging. Call 907-463-4844 for more information on this opportunity.
The Skagway Arts Council is sponsoring its first *Artist in Residence Program* from April 14th-27th. Mr. Bor Che, a multimedia artist from Slovenia, will be working with Skagway School students daily for 2 weeks on film, visual art, and poetry projects. The public is invited to meet Mr. Che on Saturday, April 19th 7:00pm at Skagway Public Library, where he will present a showing of his work and films. He will also conduct an 18th Century Bicycle Building Workshop on Saturday, April 26th (time and place TBA). His visit will culminate with *BORFEST* on Sunday, April 27th 6:00pm, a showing of student work, poetry, and musical performances. For more information call 907-612-0159.
Notice for Skagway residents--The Dyea Road will be closed Monday April 14th to Friday April 18th between the hours of 9am and 2pm. Road closure will take place from Mile 5-7 from South to North Hacket Hill. Call 983-2702 for questions or more information.