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  1. Visit Juneau Icefield

      Situated north of Juneau and extending into British Columbia, you won’t want to miss the fifth biggest ice field in the entire Western Hemisphere. Taking up 1,500 square miles of coast range, it’s home to glaciers like Taku and Mendenhall, and it’s a favorite for winter sports. Here, you’ll find at least 40 big…

  2. Acoustic Bluegrass at Bullwinkle’s Pizza

      Starting March 4th, pizza lovers are in for a real treat at Bullwinkle’s Pizza Parlor (318 Willoughby Avenue). Join Jeremy & Nathan & Friends for live, acoustic bluegrass and jazz every Saturday. Spring sessions kick off March 4th at this family-friendly establishment, where you’ll find some of the best pizza and beer in Juneau….

  3. Shrine of St. Therese

      No trip to Juneau is complete without visiting the National Shrine of St. Therese. The ministry of the Diocese of Juneau is nestled 22 miles north of the heart of the city and is a welcoming retreat to visitors of all faiths. For more than 75 years, this shrine was created as a genuine…

  4. Juneau’s Romantic Restaurants

      Heat things up this Valentine’s Day with a reservation at one of Juneau’s most romantic restaurants. SALT is where you’ll find sleek cocktails and delicious entrees inspired by new Americana. The truffle fries mornay, country pate, duck duo and chickpea frites are all excellent choices. Don’t forget to check out the after dinner menu,…

  5. Platypus-Con is Coming!

      Forget Comic-Con—what about Platypus-Con? Tickets start at just $10 for this weekend-long event featuring contests, board games, tournaments and the biggest lending library Juneau has ever seen. Tickets are available on the Platypus Gaming site, and the event kicks off January 27th at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center (JACC). Now in its third…

  6. Juneau Police Department Instates 2017 Resolution

      The Juneau Police Department (JDP) has established an official, city-wide resolution for 2017, and it’s a simple one: “Be kind.” Officially dubbed the year of kindness in a press release, the JPD encourages residents and visitors alike to actively practice kindness towards themselves, each other and the community. In Juneau, this is easy to…

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