Paying tribute to the historic Alaska Hotel

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People are invited to bring photos or paintings of the hotel, as well as any memorabilia to the event which will be displayed. Local band Folky Strum Strum, that was supposed to perform at the Hotel on that date, will also be performing alongside other guests.

"This is for bringing the community together for our historic loss to our downtown core," says band member Iyan Bruvold.

The event will begin at 7:30 p.m.

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