Join instructor Mary Turner & the Skagway Traditional Council for a fresh start with food this winter! Mary will be teaching three classes:
January 12, 2019
February 9, 2019
March 9, 2019
Sign up for one or all three - learn a new dish at each class!
Send Stephanie an email at email@example.com to sign up!
SPACE IS LIMITED
Price: $15/person, per class
Class time: 10:00am-12:30pm
Join Skagway Traditional Council for a new DIY class! Melt & Pour Organic Soap Making 101 will be taught by Annemarie Hasskamp of Glacial Naturals. Space is limited! Reserve your spot now by contacting Annemarie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-0267.
There are two available class times on Thursday December 6, 2018
The molds will need to set overnight, so please stop by to package & pick up your soap on Friday December 7 between 1:00-3:00pm
DIY Fermentation Class with Annemarie Hasskamp
Learn the basics of fermentation at home
Leave knowing how to preserve the life of your vegetables
Go home with your own jars of fermented carrots, garlic & onions, cauliflower or cabbage, and blueberry ketchup
Cost: $25 per person
Class size is limited to 12
To sign up Contact Stephanie at: email@example.com or (907) 983-4068 ext. 5
This class is currently FULL! Thank you for your interest! Stay tuned for more DIY Classes this winter with Annemarie!
ACES: Brain Development, the Biology of Stress, the Adverse Childhood Experience studies, & Informed Approach.
SPEAKER: Scientist, author, professor, dog musher, and founder of the Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project, Dr. Linda Chamberlain is an internationally recognized keynote speaker and advocate on domestic violence, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), brain development and trauma, and the amazing adolescent brain. Known for her abilities to translate science into practical strategies with diverse audiences, she conveys a message of hope. Her current work focuses on brain-body strategies that work with the brain from the bottom-up to address how stress/trauma are stored in the body and to engage our instinct to heal. Certified in several practices to promote resilience, self-regulation and well-being, she demonstrates simple skills that can be taught to children, adolescents and families. Dr. Chamberlain teaches at the University of Alaska and earned public health degrees from Yale School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins University. The author of numer-ous national curricula and the Amazing Brain Series, she recently released an online toolkit on Addressing the Inter-sections Between Domestic Violence and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Recognition for her work includes a Scientist Scholar with the Fulbright Arctic Initiative, a National Kellogg Leadership Fellowship, an Alaska Women of Achievement Award and the Inaugural Scattergood Foundation Scholar on Child Behavioral Health.
Workshop for Teachers and professionals
Public Speech for General Public
The 90+ -minute talk will focus on events in the upper Lynn Canal from 1867-1898 to show the widening interest, exploitation, and challenge to Tlingit ownership of the Chilkoot trade route.
Beyond basic history, Daniel Henry’s rhetorical perspective underscores the relationship between Tlingits and the newcomers with attention to their persuasive efforts. Attention is given to Dyea leader Lunaat, who struggled to maintain his culture while negotiating with the flood of white miners and Natives from throughout the region.
Portions of the talk are drawn from Henry’s new book, Across the Shaman’s River: John Muir, the Tlingit Stronghold, and the Opening of the North. Some historic slides are incorporated.
Small changes equals BIG RESULTS!
This year STC brings to you a weekend of fun classes related to sustainable living.
Classes include but not limited to canning, natural apothecary, bike maintenance and much more! For a full list of classes and discription please to go our event site at sss2018.eventcreate.com
REDUCE our carbon footprint
REUSE as much as we can
RECYCLE as much as we can
REFUSE unnecessary items (straws plastic bags)
REPAIR what we can to extend the life
RESPECT our environment
WHAT OTHER R's CAN YOU THINK OF?
Starting on NOV 1st thru NOV 15th, STC Challenges you to check off as many 6R challenges you can!
Just grab one of the challenge sheets and turn it in by 6 PM on 11/15 to the STC office at 11th and Broadway
or email your checksheet to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 PM on 11/15
Be sure to put your name on the back of the sheet with a contact number!
REWARD (NOV 15th)
Drawing at 6:15 PM Movie will Start at 6:30 PM
Reward? You will feel so much better afterward and may experience euphoria due to better air quality :) BUT we want to reward you further and help you keep your challenge going! We will be drawing for some great reusable prizes on NOVEMBER 15th. Followed by......
MOVIE NIGHT! We will be showing the movie "Bag It". Its a fun eye-opening movie about Plastic that we live with.
THRHA will be here to help anyone with their taxes for free. Please see flyer for more information. Time is limited so please let us know if you are coming by calling Rebecca (Admin Assistant) at 907-983-4068 or email her at email@example.com with the title "VITA TAX" so that we can better estimate how many people to expect.
Please note: VITA TAX workers will not be able to help you with your BUSINESS TAX or if you are dealing with FORECLOSURE, or BANKRUPTCY.
Watercolor FUN with Tina Cyr
Two hour classes available for Adult Beginners $25
AT Skagway Traditional Council
Sunday October 16
10:00 - 12 noon
1:00 pm - 3pm
All supplies included
Limited Class size - must book space in advance firstname.lastname@example.org or