As Heard on Morning Line: Solstice

Jun 20, 2017

Today on Morning Line, a quick wrap up of events today, June 20th, 2017, Solstice, and some of the activities in Anchorage.

This image capture sums up the day - its 55 degrees and rainy on a day where the sun is at it's longest for us North Americans, and various events are still going to happen around town.
Credit Anchorage Museum via eventbrite

Events include:

Lunch on the Lawn: 

A free summer event 11:30 to 3:30 each Tuesday at the Anchorage Museum Lawn, until August 29th, today celebrating solstice, with activities focused on building your own Stonehenge, learn about Botanical Elixirs, crystals and Solar Energy.

Anchorage Downtown Solstice Wine & Dine

Also at the Anchorage Museum, dinner at about 5 with a special guest Chef Gina Berry - National Association of Catering and Events Anchorage Chapter

Black Sheep's Stand up Comedy Show

Starting at 7, stand up comics at the 49th State Brewery, comics promise to tell jokes that will make beer stream out of your nose with laughter. 

Rainbow Run -

kicking off PrideFest 2017 is a 5K run along the Ship Creek Trail, with runners sporting colorful outfits.