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Live Music & Events

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette Georgia Lantz, a Girdwood resident who races for Alyeska Ski Club, was third in the second of two U16 Coca-Cola Classic giant slaloms Saturday on the Race Trail. Here she drops into the last pitch before the finish in her second run in the second race. She is a first-year U16; both girls who were faster in the second race are second-year U16s.

Live Music & Events

Live Music

Brown Bear Saloon
Indian
$5 burgers and free pool on Wednesdays
Feb. 1 – The Highway Men (start TBD)

Silvertip Grill
Girdwood (shows 8-11 p.m.)
Jan. 25 – Ridge Runners
Jan. 26 – Julia Isaac
Feb. 2 – Steve Norwood
Feb. 4 – Open Mic Night
Feb. 9 – Leaving for London

Chair 5
Girdwood (shows 10:30 p.m.)
Jan. 24 – Darren Smith of Harp Daddy
Jan. 31 – Nothin’ But Trouble
Feb. 7 – Todd Grebe

Sitzmark
Girdwood
Feb. 1-2 – Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real (both shows sold out), 10 p.m.
Feb. 7 – World’s Finest, 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 8 – World’s Finest, 10 p.m.
Feb. 14-16 – North Mississippi All Stars

Creekbend Café
Hope, Creekbend Sessions, 7 p.m.
Jan. 26 – Andy Mullen
Feb. 9 – Larry Zarella
Feb. 16 – Tyson Davis

Community Calendar

Jan. 24 – Girdwood Area Plan Update Committee meeting, Girdwood Community Room, 6-8 p.m
Feb. 2 – “Hawaii, the Land and Our Oceans” original acrylics by Jules Wolfe opening reception, Girdwood Center for Visual Arts, 6-8 p.m.
Feb. 4 – Public Safety Advisory Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Feb. 5 – Girdwood Trails Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Feb. 5-Apr. 30 – GriefShare ministry, Valley Bible Chalet, Tue. 6:30-8:30 p.m., 29135 Seward HWY, Indian, (907) 653-0001
Feb. 11 – Land Use Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Feb. 14 – Turnagain Arm Community Council meeting, Valley Bible Chalet, Seward Highway, MP 102, Seward HWY, 7 p.m.
Feb. 18 – Girdwood Board of Supervisors Meeting, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Feb. 19 – Whittier City Council, Public Safety Building, Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, 7 p.m.

Meat Donations
Clearing out your freezer? AWCC needs meat donations. We graciously accept game, fish, red meat and poultry. Meat cannot be freezer burned, processed, smoked or seasoned. If you have questions, please contact us at info@alaskawildlife.org.

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette Girdwood resident Joe Stahla, a first year Alyeska Ski Club U16, won both class slaloms Sunday in the Coca-Cola Classic series for U16s and U19s, and was third overall in the first race and fourth overall in the second. Closing your eyes and rolling your tongue when crashing slalom gates may not work for every racer.

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette
Girdwood resident Joe Stahla, a first year Alyeska Ski Club U16, won both class slaloms Sunday in the Coca-Cola Classic series for U16s and U19s, and was third overall in the first race and fourth overall in the second. Closing your eyes and rolling your tongue when crashing slalom gates may not work for every racer.

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette Georgia Lantz, a Girdwood resident who races for Alyeska Ski Club, was third in the second of two U16 Coca-Cola Classic giant slaloms Saturday on the Race Trail. Here she drops into the last pitch before the finish in her second run in the second race. She is a first-year U16; both girls who were faster in the second race are second-year U16s.

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette
Georgia Lantz, a Girdwood resident who races for Alyeska Ski Club, was third in the second of two U16 Coca-Cola Classic giant slaloms Saturday on the Race Trail. Here she drops into the last pitch before the finish in her second run in the second race. She is a first-year U16; both girls who were faster in the second race are second-year U16s.