Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center Fireside Lecture Series
Category : Alaska
Jans will autograph photos of the wolf and his books prior to and after the first lecture. Doors open for this special event at 5:30 p.m. and repeat at 8 p.m. The free lectures begin at 6:30 p.m. Call (907) 789-0097 for information. Jans’ presentations will include a narrated slide show featuring the wolf, and short readings from Nick’s book, “A Wolf Called Romeo.”
“The completion of this exhibit has been a long time coming,” says Jans. We did all we could to make this exhibit the best it could be; and it will be a lasting part of Juneau’s history.”
Fireside Lectures are free. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at no charge. The Juneau community and others contributed more than $40,000 to construct the new exhibit, a museum quality diorama designed by EDX of Seattle and built by wildlife artist Brian Kadrmas that will feature the wolf reclining on a rock outcropping, two interpretive panels, a bronze cast of the wolf’s paw-print, and his recorded howls. to 4 p.m. There is no elevator access due to construction and elevator replacement this winter. The exhibit dedication will be during the intermission between repeat lectures by Alaskan writer and photographer Nick Jans. Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center is open in winter from 10 a.m. 13, in conjunction with the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center Fireside Lecture Series, the US Forest Service will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new exhibit featuring a black wolf. Guests need to use the outdoor ramp or stairs. “Hard to believe it’s been more than seven years, but the important thing is that we’re here. On Friday, Jan.