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Spring Break Seal Camp is happening March 17th through the 21st. For all Haines Middle School and High School students--this is your opportunity to camp out, learn from seal hunters, and prepare traditional foods. Contact Jake Bell at the CIA Tribal Youth Program for more information and to sign up, 766-2323. Camp is free but space is limited!
Haines Animal Rescue Kennel will be hosting a Pet Fashion Show Saturday March 29th at Harriett Hall. There will be a catered dinner, a silent auction, and door prizes. A meeting for HARK members will be held at 5:40, followed by the dinner and the show which begin at 6pm. Tickets available at HARK, Babbling Book, and at the door. Proceeds will go towards construction of a new veterinary clinic in Haines. That’s a Pet Fashion Show, March 29th at Harriett Hall. Call 766-3334 for more information.
PSA – “River Talk” Storytelling is a living form of art that tells the narrative of the community one story at a time. “RIVER TALK”, Lynn Canal Players’ new storytelling program, wants to hear YOUR stories. Thursday, March 20th at 7:00 p.m. at the Chilkat Center Lobby, seven people will tell their story on this month’s theme: “Break Up”. You can tell a story or you can listen to your neighbor tell a story. Music and refreshments round out this enjoyable evening. To sign up to tell a story, visit chilkatcenter.org or call 766-2708.
The Haines Animal Rescue Kennel has several openings on their board of directors. There is no previous experience necessary. Those who have strong organizational skills and who want to help develop long-term goals are encouraged to apply. To become a part of the HARK team and help plan for the future, send a letter of interest to HARK, PO Box 1533 in Haines or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters should be postmarked no later than March 21st. Call 766-3334 for more information.
Anyone in Haines who eats salmon is invited to watch an intriguing documentary about Canadian fish farms: Salmon Confidential. Learn more about how farmed fish affect wild salmon stocks and what is happening to British Columbia's wild salmon populations. The screening of Salmon Confidential is open to the public at 6pm on March 13th in the Haines Library. For more information call 766-2295.
The Skagway Volunteer Fire Department and the Skagway Recreation Center are teaming up to bring you Skagway's First Annual Avalanche Beacon Derby, Wednesday March 12th. Prizes for the top times will be awarded each week. A grand prize will be awarded at the Back Country Bash Saturday, March 15th. Sign up, or just show up, at the Rec Center. Call 907-983-2679 for more information