Arts Up! What’s happening this week in Juneau!

Events for September 18-23

Friday, September 18             

9am-12pm                GED Orientation 210 Ferry Way, contact serrc.org/tlc – FREE

6:30pm-7:30pm      Learn to Skate: Youth/Adults Juneau Skating Club, juneauskatingclub.org – pre-register online

7pm                            Irrational Man Gold Town Theater, 171 Shattuck Way, 586-2875

7pm-9pm                  Dan Hopson Classical Guitar LIVE at the Gold Room Gold Room, Baranof Hotel, 586-2660

7pm-10pm               Sitting on the Dock Painting pARTy 8355 River Pl, 789-9789 – 21+

7:30pm-9pm            The Tragedy of Othello Perseverance Theatre, 463-TIXS – $16-37

10pm-12am             Cosmic Bowling Taku Lanes, All ages – $10 suggested donation to SEAGLA

10pm-2am                Kari Groven & The Wristrockets McGivneys Sports Bar & Grill/Valley, 789-0501 – 21+ – FREE


Saturday, September 19

10am-12pm             DRAW Open Studio The Canvas Community Art Studio and Gallery, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org – $20 + tax

10am-3:30pm          Discover Eaglecrest Day Eaglecrest Ski Area, 419-4433 – FREE

10am-6pm                Hearthside Books Birthday Nuggett Mall Shopping Center, 789-2750 – FREE

11:45am-12:45pm Learn to Skate: Tots/Youth Juneau Skating Club, juneauskatingclub.org – pre-register online

12pm-1pm               CRITIQUE The Canvas Community Art Studio and Gallery, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org – FREE

1pm-4pm                  Intro to Drawing with Averyl Veliz The Canvas Art Studio, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org – $175/4 classes

2pm                            The Prophet Gold Town Theater, 171 Shattuck Way, 586-2875

6pm-11pm               Who’s Your Diva? JACC, juneauopera.org – 21+ (CURRENTLY SOLD OUT)

7pm                            Irrational Man Gold Town Theater, 171 Shattuck Way, 586-2875

7pm-9pm                  Dan Hopson Classical Guitar LIVE at the Gold Room Gold Room, Baranof Hotel, 586-2660

7pm-10pm               Jumping Orca Painting pARTy 8355 River Pl, 789-9789 – 21+

7pm-12am                Sean Tracey with Andrew Heist Paradise Café & Handle Bar, seantraceymusic.com – $60

7:30pm-9pm            The Tragedy of Othello Perseverance Theatre, 463-TIXS – $16-37

 


Sunday, September 20

11am-1pm                Weekly Ukulele Jam TK McGuire’s Lounge (Prospector Hotel), 375 Whittier St., 586-3737

2pm                            The Prophet Gold Town Theater, 171 Shattuck Way, 586-2875

3pm-5pm                  Juneau Jumper Open Gym Glacier Valley Gym, 321-8987 – ages 8+

3:30pm-5pm            Better Bones/Healthy Back Rainforest Yoga, 209-8289

4pm-5:30pm            The Tragedy of Othello (Matinee) Perseverance Theatre, 463-TIXS – $16-37

4:30pm                      Irrational Man Gold Town Theater, 171 Shattuck Way, 586-2875

6pm-8pm                  International Folk Dance studio at The Alaska Club (downtown), 586-5773 – FREE

7pm-8pm                  Music on the Fly Juneau International Airport, for more info contact 586-2787 – FREE

7pm                            Irrational Man Gold Town Theater, 171 Shattuck Way, 586-2875

7:30pm-9pm            The Tragedy of Othello Perseverance Theatre, 463-TIXS – $16-37

7:30pm-9:30pm      Pink Martini Centennial Hall, 463-3378 – $35-45

 


Monday, September 21

6:30pm-9pm                              Sculpture with Unconventional Materials The Canvas Art Studio, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org – $175/4 classes

 


Tuesday, September 22

5:30pm-7:30pm      Fundamentals of Wheel Throwing The Canvas Art Studio, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org – $175/4 classes

6:30pm-7:30pm      Dark energy, Dark matter, Normal matter Lecture Marie Drake Planetarium, 500-2941 – FREE

6:30pm-9pm            Introduction to Screen Printing with Inari Kylanen The Canvas Art Studio, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org – $185/4 classes

 


Wednesday, September 23

6pm-8:30pm            Introduction to Oil Painting with David Woodie The Canvas Art Studio, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org – $185/4 classes

6pm-9pm                  Chiaroscuro: Light and Shadow in Drawing The Canvas Art Studio, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org – $175/4 classes

7pm                            The Prophet Gold Town Theater, 171 Shattuck Way, 586-2875

8pm-10pm               Ultimate Frisbee Thunder Mountain High School football field, 586-3845 – FREE

 


This calendar is brought to you by the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council, a membership organization.

Become a member today. Call 586-2787 or join online at jahc.org

Add your event to the Community Calendar: www.jahc.org, click on link listed below the Community Calendar


Weekly Meetings/Support Groups:

 Most events are re-occurring each week!

Thursday                   5:30pm-7pm            Family Time Valley Library – all ages

5:30pm-7pm            Family Support Group NAMI, 9000 Glacier Hwy

5:30pm-7:30pm      Peer-to-Peer Education Program KTOO, Egan Drive, 1st Floor Conf. Room, 463-4251 – registration required

 

Friday                         6pm-9pm                  Hunter Education Volunteer Instructor Training Course Juneau Hunter Education Shooting Complex,

907-267-2373

 

Saturday                    8:30am-9:30am       Advocacy Traning at AWARE 1547 Glacier Hwy, 586-6623

3pm-6pm                  National Drive Electric Week Mendenhall Wetlands (Mile 6 Egan turnout), ev@jedc.org

9am-5pm                                    Hunter Education Volunteer Instructor Training Course Juneau Hunter Education Shooting Complex,

907-267-2373

Sunday                       —-

 

Monday                     12:05pm-1pm         Taku Toastmasters Club Federal Building – 5th floor conference room 541

6pm-7pm                  Tlingit Language Learners Group Downtown Juneau Public Library (large conference room)

 

Tuesday                     6:15am-7:15am       Toastmasters Club St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Parish Hall

 

Wednesday              10am-11am              “Write For Your Life” Mendenhall Valley Library

12pm-1pm               Capital Toastmasters of Juneau Weekly Meeting, Room 115 of the Alaska Office Building at 350 Main Street (the building between to State Office Building and the Dimond Courthouse Building)

6:30pm-9:30pm      Forum for CBJ Municipal Candidates & School Board Members CBJ Chambers, 364-2726

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