LISTENING PROJECT: Ray Duguqua

Ray Duguqua sits down with Molly Taiber to talk about growing up in the village of Kake in the 1930s. He tells about going to Fish Camp in Saginaw Bay with his grandparents, about Kake Day, and what it was like to leave the village to attend school in Sitka. This is a rare glimpse into a world that now only exists in memory.

In the excerpt Ray tells about going to Fish Camp with his grandparents.

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Gentle Yoga

A special 4 week session  for folks who've never done yoga before, who want a lighter practice, or who are interested in practicing yoga foundations. Build mindfulness skills and learn basic yoga breathing techniques. Use your library yoga tickets or get a session price of $36 for 4 classes. Scholarships available, please check with instructor.

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Read 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten!

Open to babies through preschool.

how to participate:

1. Sign up and Start a Reading Log

Decide how you want to track your reading. Here are some ideas:

2. Track Your Reading

Each time you read a book with your child, record the title in your reading log. 

3. Show us Your Reading Log at Milestones

  •  At each 100 books milestone, visit the library during Toddler Time or Open Play for a sticker & photo. 
  • At 500 books receive a new book to take home - and keep!
  • At 1,000 books receive a $25 Gift Certificate for Sing Lee Alley Books.

Free eBooks and digital audiobooks

Headed out of town? Whether you're headed out fishing or out of state, the Alaska Digital Library makes it possible to read your favorite books and try a few new ones while you're on the road or on the water.

If you need help figuring out how to load and listen to books on your device, you can book one on one time with a library tech to get you started. Contact us >