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Mug Up Exhibition Closing Celebration

Bristol Bay Weekend at the Museum: A Celebration of Cannery Work
Help us celebrate the final weekend of the exhibition Mug Up: The Language of Cannery Work, at the Alaska State Museum in Juneau, Alaska. This special event honors the oft-forgotten men and women who plied the waters, preserved Alaska salmon, and provided valuable food to tables around the world.
 
Weekend Events
October 7
4:30 – 7:00 pm – First Friday at the Alaska State Museum, free admission
6:00 pm – Lecture in the APK lecture hall with Dr. Oscar Peñaranda, poet, former NN Cannery worker, and union representative
 
October 8
2:00 - 3:30 pm – How To Eat Canned Salmon – Lecture in the APK lecture hall and a walk-through Storied Salmon section of Mug Up in the museum with Katie Ringsmuth, Mug Up project leader and Alaska’s state historian (via Crowdcast for virtual Alaska Historical Society attendees)
October 8
4:00 – 6:00 pm Bristol Bay Night at the Museum, free admission
6:00 pm – NN Cannery and the Influenza Pandemic of 1919 – Lecture in the APK lecture hall with Katie Ringsmuth, Mug Up project leader and Alaska’s state historian

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395 Whittier St, P.O. Box 110571, Juneau, AK 99801