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Become a Member of the Friends of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Become a Member of the Friends of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Become a member of the Friends of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum. Your membership provides support for City Museum activities, protects City Museum collections and promotes local history. For more information, or to renew a membership, please CLICK HERE to  visit the FoJDCM website.

 

Read the City Museum COVID-19 Mitigation Plan Here

Read the City Museum COVID-19 Mitigation Plan Here

To ensure the safety of City Museum visitors, volunteers, and staff the we have implemented several health protocols. When you visit the City Museum you will notice face coverings are required, most hands-on items have been removed, and high-touch surfaces are disinfected at least twice daily. We ask visitors to maintain social distancing and to use the hand sanitizer provided. To read more about the safety protocols the City Museum has in place, please read our complete COVID-19 mitigation plan here:

City Museum Mitigation Plan

Schedule a Virtual Tour with our RobotOur robot allows you to visit the museum from home!

Schedule a Virtual Tour with our Robot

Drive a robot through the City Museum! You can tour the City Museum from your home computer (or other device) with the assistance of our Ipad robot. Simply call (907) 586-3572 to schedule a self-guided, or a docent-led, tour.

You can also view our online exhibits and search our collection HERE .

Be sure to like our FACEBOOK page for engaging local history posts and videos.

And don' t forget to subscribe to our YOUTUBE channel.

Thank you!

 

 

 

 

Submissions for the $5000 Marie Darlin Prize

Submissions for the $5000 Marie Darlin Prize

Submissions Now Open

The Marie Darlin Prize was established by Mike Blackwell and is an annual $5000 prize recognizing an outstanding work of art or literature.  The prize specifically honors those whose work, through a vision and shared sense of community, expresses a commitment to women’s rights, social history, or community advocacy.

Download Prize Requisites Here