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Winterland – a Tribute Band to a Legendary Band and Venue
June 14, 2016

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Live at Winterland, if you were in the “scene” in San Francisco in the 70’s you were and still are aware of what Winterland was, a legendary music venue. Originally built as a theater and ice rink, Winterland was a 5,400-seat [...]

Winterland – a Tribute Band to a Legendary Band and Venue,



Alyeska Bike Park Opens JUNE 3RD – 6th Season of Operations
May 23, 2016

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The melting snow on the mountain doesn’t mean mountain fun is over. It’s time to ditch the two planks (or one) for two wheels and snow gear for knee pads and bike shorts. The Alyeska Bike Park is set to [...]

Alyeska Bike Park Opens JUNE 3RD – 6th Season of Operations,



Jeff Austin Band Plays Fiddlehead Festival & Sitzmark After Party
May 17, 2016

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Headling the 9th Annual Fiddlehead Festival is bluegrass superstar Jeff Austin. Jeff is a founding member of Yonder Mountain String Band and has built a reputation as a fun and lively bluegrass performer with his signature bluegrass sound. All music [...]

Jeff Austin Band Plays Fiddlehead Festival & Sitzmark After Party,



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Be Bear Aware!                        tips-bear-education

Seeing these animals in their natural habitat is a tremendous privilege that few people get to witness. When observing these creatures it is your responsability to be careful and respectful in their environment. Here are some helpful tips to stay safe in bear country. 

Respect Wildlife

  • Give wildlife plenty of space
  • Do not approach or provoke wildlife
  • Do not feed wildlife or leave food out
  • Be aware and respectful of animal denning areas
  • Leave "orphaned" or sick animals alone

Respect the Environment

  • Pack it in, pack it out
  • Do not leave food in your car
  • Tread lightly in sensitive habitats

 


Outdoor Safety Tips

  • Buddy up: you are safer in a group
  • Make noise: this will prevent you from surprising wildlife
  • Use your senses: stay aware of your surroundings (headphones not recommended)
  • Carry Bear Spray: have it accessible and know how to use it
  • Back away from wildlife slowly, never run from a bear
  • Handle food, trash, fish and other attractants responsibly

 


Check out these links below for more information

The Essentials for Traveling in Bear Country

Living in Harmony with Bears

Wildlife Viewing Ethics



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