We hope you will enjoy the next installation of The Living Room: Stories for Grownups in the back room at Jitters coffee house in Eagle River. 
The study of Alaska Native masks is the overall theme for this event with Sven Haakanson, Alvin Amason, Ann Fienup-Riordan and Anna Mossolova .
Kaylene Johnson-Sullivan discusses her book is Our Perfect Wild Ray and Barbara Bane's Journeys and the Fate of the Far North.
Chuck Sassara , a longtime Alaskan, former legislator, pilot, and businessman, shares his life and adventures in the book "Chuck Sassara’s Alaska – Propellers, Politics and People"
Caroline Goodwin reads from her new poetry collection, "Peregrine."
Walk confidently into the metaphorical “blank page." Overcome writer's block.
Travis Rector presents his book, Coloring the Universe, An Insider’s Look at Making Spectacular Images of Space.
"Peter Dunlap-Shohl is a comic genius and a masterful artist. The fact that he came down with early-onset Parkinson's Disease gave him the unlucky opportunity to chronicle this dogged and humorless disease."-- John Straley
 For more than 20 years, UAA astronomer Dr. Travis A. Rector has been making color astronomical images with some of the world’s largest telescopes. Come hear him speak and view some of his images.
Buy local treasures at Anchorage's premier juried crafts event. Nearly 50 Alaska artists offer a wide array of jewelry, pottery, glass, woodwork and more. Live music and demonstrations add to the festive atmosphere.
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