We're inviting everyone to come to the library Feb 1 - 28 and read to pay off overdue or lost library fines. Check in at the front desk for every 15 minutes of reading and have $1 in fines waived.
In this conversation Polly Lee talks with her daughter Anne Lee about her involvement and advocating for the formation of the original Alaska State Council on the Arts. Polly’s impact on the Arts not only in our community, but also in our State is impressive.
In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Sons of Norway Fedrelandet 23, a group of past officers and long-time members gather together at Petersburg ‘s Mountain View Manor to reflect upon some of their fond memories at the Sons of Norway. Tora Thynes, Neva Christensen, Jimmie Stafford, Roy Otness and June Vick discuss and share memories of how and why the hall was built, making Lutefisk, and their favorite yearly events.
In this Listening Project conversation Jonas Hallingstad, Skip Hallingstad, Colyn Lyons and Brenda Louise discuss the legacy of Amy Hallingstad
To learn more about Amy Hallingstad, click here to listen to the commentary that Skip Hallingstad submitted to KFSK Public Radio honoring his grandmother’s efforts in the civil rights movement. To read the article about Amy Hallingstad that he refers to in his commentary, visit the Seaalaska Heritage Institute website.
Listen as Kari has a conversation with her young son Oliver to discover his take on girls and his love of Star Wars. Oliver tells Kari about some of his favorite Star Wars characters and what is so special about the purple light saber. This interview is a darling glance into the world of a four-year-old boy.
Retired teachers Kathy Bracken, Susan Holmes, Sally Riemer and Mel Stockton sit down during their weekly Thursday morning coffee ritual to talk about how Petersburg’s teachers have formed a lasting bond well into retirement. Thursday mornings a group of retired teachers meet inside the Scandia House meeting room to stay in touch with each other’s lives and to share information. While working in the school district they formed tight bonds from shared experiences inside and outside the classroom. This interview talks about some of those experiences they shared and their admiration for one another.