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Virtual Alaska Story Hour for Adults

Virtual Alaska Story Hour for Adults

Fridays, noon-1 pm

Registration is free but required.

Register online or by phone at 907-465-2920 to obtain access info

Story hours for kids are great, but why should they get all the fun?

Join us on Fridays as we read the award-winning and highly rated, Walking my dog, Jane, by Ned Rozell. A science writer from the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute, author Rozell is well-known for making science accessible and fun with the “Alaska Science Forum.”  In this book, he moves into a different realm, sharing perhaps one of the longest dog walks ever, as he and Jane walk across Alaska, following the path of the trans-Alaska pipeline. Along the way, he describes the wildlife and scenery of remote Alaska, as well as the people that make those places home. We’re kicking off this tale on July 22nd, but we keep recordings for a couple of weeks to let registered participants catch up, so don’t be afraid to join us a little late.


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