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LOST OVER HOLIDAY

LOST OVER HOLIDAY WEEKEND: Plaid red, black & green pack. Purple bag of makeup. Pair of blue &Y brown prescription glasses, amongst other items in the bag. Please call 907-500-2502.
07/19/2018

LOVE IN ACTION.

LOVE IN ACTION. Food Commodity Giveway. Thursday, 7/26, 1-2pm. 1225 Tongass Avenue. Questions? Call 247-5462.
07/19/2018

JOIN US FOR

JOIN US FOR Devotional readings, prayers, meaningful discussions regarding solutions to social and economic problems and honoring our ancestors, ALL WELCOME. Mondays 7pm, 2441 First Avenue. For additional info call Don Moss, 907-617-3336.

Sponsored: Baha’is of Ketchikan.
07/19/2018

FAMILY FUN: MAKE-BELIEVE

FAMILY FUN: Make-Believe Time, come make a magic wand and dragon’s egg then play with Make Believe props, drop-in – 5-7pm, Tuesday July 24 at the Ketchikan Public Library.
07/19/2018

CHILDREN’S COMMUNITY GARDEN

CHILDREN’S COMMUNITY GARDEN HARVEST PARTY! Harvest, cook, and enjoy treats from the garden. All ages. 3pm, Saturday July 21 at the Ketchikan Public Library.
07/19/2018

LOCAL GARDENERS, THIS

LOCAL GARDENERS, this is your chance to show off all your hard work! 4th annual Solstice Flower Show begins at 2 pm, Saturday July 21 at the Ketchikan Public Library. Bring entries for Best Bouquet, Best Cut Flower, and Best Flowering Plant to the library any time between 10am and 2pm. Winners announced at 4:30. Call Lisa, 228-2304 for more info.
07/19/2018

SUPER SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS.

SUPER SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS. Kids 6+ are invited to make vampire slime, exploding soap, instant ice, elephant toothpaste, and more at the Ketchikan Public Library, Wednesday July 18 at 3pm. Space is limited, sign-ups begin at 2pm at the children’s desk.
07/19/2018

BEFORE I DIE….

BEFORE I die…. What matters to you? Learn to be brave? Find true love? Drive Route 66? Save lives? Make your parents proud? Find inspiration and perhaps reconsider your hopes, dreams and aspirations at the Blueberry Festival, Before I die… event. Courageous Conversations 617-7623 or 821-0917.
07/19/2018

PLAN FOR LIFE.

PLAN FOR LIFE. You planned for labor and delivery, don’t you want a plan for the end of your life? Courageous Conversations explain the dos, don’t and the documents. We meet on the second Saturday, every month, 10am-12pm at Rendezvous, corner First and Jefferson. 617-7623.
07/19/2018

WE ARE COMFORT

WE ARE COMFORT and we are here for you. We are Ketchikan Volunteer Hospice and Grief Support. Let us help you and your loved ones. Please call 821-4732 for more information.
07/19/2018

HEART TO HEART.

HEART TO HEART. Ketchikan Volunteer Hospice and Grief Support is here for you and your loved ones. Let us support you, tell us how we can help, give you a break, read to your loved one or sit by quietly. Call 821-4732 for more information.
07/19/2018

SEARCHING FOR MAGAZINES

THE KETCHIKAN PUBLIC LIBRARY’S Outreach program is looking for a variety of magazine donations. SUCH AS: National Fisherman, Men’s Health, Popular Science, People, US Weekly, etc.Please call Rebecca Fama for more information, 228-2309. Thank you!
05/31/2018

LAPTOP COMPUTERS, FREE

LAPTOP COMPUTERS, Free WIFI, available at your Ketchikan Public Library. 907-225-3331.
05/10/2018

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS MEETS

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS MEETS at 10 a.m. every Saturday in the Pioneer Home Conference room on the first floor at 141 Bryant St. Please call 225-3277 with any questions.
05/10/2018

THE KETCHIKAN PUBLIC

THE KETCHIKAN PUBLIC Library hours: Sunday hours 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
05/10/2018

READ AWAY YOUR

READ AWAY YOUR fines: The Ketchikan Public Library invites kids in grades K-12 to come to the library and read to pay off overdue and lost library fines. Kids can check in at the children’s library desk and for every fifteen minutes read will be credited $1. (c)

05/10/2018

KETCHIKAN PEER SUPPORT

KETCHIKAN PEER SUPPORT group. A peer to peer support between individuals living with depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, PTSD, or related challenges. Meeting at SAIL in The Plaza every Monday each month from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Call 225-4735.
05/10/2018

THE KETCHIKAN PUBLIC

THE KETCHIKAN PUBLIC LIBRARY’S Outreach program is looking for a variety of magazine donations. SUCH AS: National Fisherman, Men’s Health, Fine Homebuilding, People, US Weekly, etc. Please call Rebecca Fama for more information, 228-2309. Thank you!
05/10/2018

LOVE TO PLAY

LOVE TO PLAY CHESSLooking to learn? The Ketchikan Public Library is hosting a Chess Club on Saturday afternoons from 4-6 p.m. Drop in to play with other chess enthusiasts and to learn more about the game. All ages are welcome, and there will be a chess mentor on hand to help with questions and strategy.
05/10/2018

SOCIAL JUSTICE GROUP

SOCIAL JUSTICE READING GROUP. Interested in thinking more about the topics of race and equality? Join us at the Ketchikan Public Library on Mondays from noon to 1 p.m. for meetings of the Social Justice Reading Group. Each week participants will discuss a short reading. Call LIsa at 228-2304 for more information.
10/31/2017

TOASTMASTERS

FIRST CITY TOASTMASTERS meets every Tuesday at 6:45 a.m. at Ketchikan Presbyterian Church 2711 Second Ave. Lower level.
10/11/2017

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME Starts every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the Ketchikan Public Library. Join the children’s librarian for stories, rhymes, and early literacy activities designed to strengthen your child’s reading readiness. Recommended for children ages 3-5.
09/01/2017

BABY STORYTIME/LIBRARY

BABY STORYTIME starts September 8th at the Ketchikan Public Library every Friday at 10:30 a.m. Nurture your baby’s mind with songs, rhymes, and stories. Recommended for ages 0-2.
09/01/2017

TOTS AND TRAINS

TOTS AND TRAINS: Every Saturday morning from 10-noon the Children’s Library has their wooden train set out for kids and parents to build and play.
08/11/2017

COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS

COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS MEET every second Thursday, 7 p.m. at the Pioneer Home. Support for families who have experienced a child’s death.
08/10/2017
 
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