What’s New in Anchorage
The Law Enforcement Museum run by the Fraternal Order of Alaska State Troopers opened the doors on its completely renovated space early in May. The museum’s new draws include police training simulators and exhibits focused on forensic sciences, alongside the museum’s extensive trove ofhistorical police gear from Alaska from territorial days on. Admission is $5. https://foast.org/
Clay Street Art Space opened a stoneware gallery and studio. In addition to shopping finished pieces, the space offers classes and workshops to try own throwing pottery on a wheel. There’s also a selection oflocally made pieces available for painting, with shipping offered after the piece has been fired. www.ClayartSpace.com
Visit Anchorage’s mission is to attract and serve visitors to the Municipality of Anchorage. With more than 135 miles of paved trails, the nation’s third largest state park, first-class amenities and a blend of cultures found only in Alaska, Anchorage lives a Big Wild Life. For more information on Anchorage’s wild adventures and urban delights, visit www.Anchorage.net.
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