As Heard on Morning Line: Alaska Native Heritage Center Fall Festival 2017

Oct 27, 2017

Jasmin Smith, the entrepreneur behind Baby Vend, a baby supply vending system for parents caught without, and the Alaska Native Heritage Center's Public Relations and Marketing Manager Kelsey Wallace visited KNBA today. Smith has an unveiling event coming up November 3rd, Wallace was speaking about the Alaska Native Heritage Center's Fall Festival, October 28th.
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This weekend the Alaska Native Heritage Center is hosting it's Fall Festival, an annual event, and this year it coincides with Halloween.  

The event offers up trick-or-treating, ghost stories, and live entertainment from Todd Grebe and Cold Country, tomorrow starting at Noon.  

Kelsey Wallace, Public Relations and Marketing Manager, says one storyteller, John Active, is flying all the way from Bethel to tell stories.  "When John Active comes, it's a real crowd-pleaser.  He'll be on the stage at certain times throughout the day." 

The Fall Festival is free, and more information can be found on the ANHC Facebook Page.