Bach, a free movie night and a walk in the “botanical” garden

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Updated: 28 minutes ago Posted: 28 minutes ago

Free Movie Night in Town Square – Pack a thermos of cocoa, snacks and a blanket and head to Town Square Park for a free movie night. There will be a meeting with Molly from Denali at 5:00 pm; a screening of “Moana” at 6 pm; and a screening of “Wonder Woman” at 8 p.m. on Friday, September 17th. (See Facebook for more details.)

Zuill Bailey performs Bach – Sitka Music Festival Artistic Director Zuill Bailey will perform his favorite selections from Johann Sebastian Bach’s cello suites. The concert is also a celebration for Bailey’s new CD, “Bach Cello Suites. ” Tickets are $ 50 and CDs will be available for purchase during the concert. 7 p.m. Saturday, September 18 at the Anchorage Aviation Museum Main Hangar, 4721 Aircraft Drive. (See Facebook for details. Note: Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required. Masks will be worn at all times and social distancing will be respected.)

LouiseFest at APU – Celebrate harvest season and enjoy a day of live music at Alaska Pacific University’s Kellogg Campus and Spring Creek Farm in Palmer. LouiseFest is an annual fundraiser named in honor of Louise Kellogg, an advocate for experiential education. You can expect live music, food trucks, brick oven pizzas, beer garden and more. Tickets cost $ 10 for students, $ 30 for adults, and free for those 16 and under. 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, September 18 (6402 Lossing Road in Palmer; alaskapacific.edu)

Kenai Harvest Moon Festival – Kenai Peninsula’s largest farmers market and celebration of local cuisine will feature children’s activities, demonstrations, live music, food trucks and a baking contest. There is also a ‘fermentation station’ (bring your clean, wide-mouthed jar to fill). Registration for the pie contest and the full schedule of events are at kenailocalfood.org. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, September 18 (Soldotna Creek Park, 251 States Ave.)

Botanical Garden – Is it too early to get into the Halloween mood? Damn no! Experience a very kid-friendly Halloween walk through the colors of fall at the Alaska Botanical Garden through October 24. Costumes are encouraged. Free for members and children 6 and under. $ 6 for non-members aged 7 and over. Open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday. (4601 Campbell Airstrip Road)

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