Please join us on Sunday December 18 at 3:00 p.m. at Connor’s Lake Dog Park for a walk in the woods with your pooch.
Big and small pups are welcome. We have had quite a few puppy tweet-ups in the past and they have been a lot of fun, so please join us!
Contact @mayor_of_twtr or @valette with questions
Alaska Tweets’ very own Marian Call / @mariancall has completed her multi-year labor of love: a double-album of original music called Something Fierce. If you’ve lived in Alaska for even just a little time, you’ll recognize a lot of the Last Frontier in there — though all the tracks have universal appeal. The album was officially released October 1 and Marian’s been doing events Outside since then.
But today she’s back in Anchorage and this Friday she’s doing a solo hometown concert to celebrate the launch.
The concert is not a tweetup, but it’s definitely an event our Alaska Tweets friends may want to check out. Here are the details:
More Alaska Concerts Coming Up
- Juneau: Saturday, Nov 5 at 7:00pm at The Rookery Cafe
- Fairbanks: Saturday, Dec 10 at 7:00 p.m. at College Coffeehouse
- As noted at mariancall.com: “Several more CD release concerts around Alaska are currently in the works — watch for shows in Homer, Seward, Palmer, Wasilla, Talkeetna… and any other community that would like a show!”
We hope to see you at the Snow Goose this Friday, or at least let’s tweet some Marian Call lyrics back and forth, like a secret code!
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After some confusion, discussion and a much larger turn-out for the venue than we had anticipated, we have been able to reschedule this event. We would love to see everyone who responded to the original event take this opportunity to celebrate his life and the impact he had on all of his “Tweeps” in this final tweetup.
Please join us for a farewell Tweetup for our dear sweet @hogbiker. That infectious laugh, the humorous one-liners. If you knew him, you loved him. Come out and tell us a story about Karl and meet many of the people who knew and loved him.
Come out and have some dinner, drinks and fellowship to honor our friend Karl.
Kids are welcome with parents (up to 9:00 p.m.). We are set to have a bar open for us on the patio, but they will move us upstairs and inside if the weather isn’t so great.
We will have a donation jar for the family if you are so inclined. Or you can send donations via PayPal to Karl’s daughter: email@example.com. Finally, @jmproffitt will be on hand to swipe your credit or debit card for donations if you’re short on cold, hard cash.
If you’re planning on coming, please REGISTER online here so we can prepare for the right size crowd.
We hope to see you there!
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