When:
March 3, 2017 @ 6:00 pm
2017-03-03T18:00:00-09:00
2017-03-03T18:15:00-09:00
Where:
Southeast Alaska Discovery Center
Contact:
907-228-6220
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Southeast Alaska Discovery Center
Winter 2017 Schedule of Events

The center and exhibit halls are open Fridays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is free.
Films will be played upon request on Fridays until 5 p.m.
Classroom educational experiences, group interpretive tours, and education box loans can be scheduled anytime Monday through Friday by calling the center at (907) 228-6220 or e-mailing travisamasonbushman@fs.fed.us.

 Friday Night Insight programs begin at 6 p.m.

March:

Friday, March 3: Travel back through generations of Ketchikan history with Bill Tatsuda’s presentation, “100 Years of Tatsuda’s.” Learn how the beloved family has maintained a locally-owned grocery store for over a century in Ketchikan.

Friday, March 10: Want to improve your disturbed garden? Join Tongass National Forest Soil Scientist Patti Krosse for a program on the use of native and horticultural plants for landscaping and recovery of disturbed soils.

Friday, March 17: Join the Tongass Community Food Alliance to learn about designing your vegetable garden to look and taste great with ornamental edibles used successfully by local gardeners.

Friday, March 24: Janalee Gage, community advocate for people living with disabilities, presents a lively, transformative opportunity to dispel the stigma around mental illnesses.

Friday, March 31: Join Mark Woodward, National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellow for 2016, as he recounts his exploration of the Galapagos – find out how the tropical archipelago has more in common with Prince of Wales Island and Southeast Alaska than you might think.

Full schedule of events: winter-2017-schedule-of-events-seadc

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