Delta Community Library held its annual open house and fundraiser last Saturday. The Basket of Books Silent Auction drew a crowd that filled the library with area residents eager to bid on the 80-plus baskets displayed throughout the building.

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It's April in Delta Junction - time for the Delta Library Association to invite everyone to celebrate spring at the annual Open House and Basket of Books Silent Auction at the Delta Community Library.

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The annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Delta Lions Club will be held on Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016, at the Deltana Fairgrounds on Nistler Road.

The Lions Club will be sponsoring a Low Vision Clinic in Delta Junction on March 26 through a partnership with the Alaska Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

You've waited all winter - and here's your reward – it's time for Chocolate Class again! This year's class will be on Friday, March 18 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Delta Library. Our resident chocolate expert, Angie Barnard, will once again guide you through the amazing world of artisanal chocolate. 

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Tlingit writer, poet, teacher, and Native story-teller, Ernestine Hayes, will speak live on the OWL network at the Delta Community Library on Tuesday, March 15 at 7 p.m. She will share stories about her life and the process of writing her best-selling memoir "Blonde Indian," the statewide Al…

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Twenty-two free community classes – including yogurt making, garden planning, and birch tapping – will be offered March 21-25 in Delta Junction.

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The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service and Alaska Sea Grant will host a workshop series March 1-15 for entrepreneurs interested in starting and operating a specialty food business in Alaska.

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The annual Spring Fling sewing retreat, hosted by the Forget Me Knot Quilt Guild in Delta Junction, is coming soon. Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend and enjoy a relaxing weekend of sewing. The event will start at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 11and continue all day on Saturday, March …

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The Delta Clearwater Moose Lodge is hosting a dinner and auction on February 26 starting at 6 p.m. The men and women of the Moose have a long tradition of offering scholarships to graduating seniors to aid them in furthering their education.

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It’s not very often the circus comes to Delta, but the stands were packed for the Delta Twirlers “Circus de France” on Saturday evening. While not a Barnum & Bailey show, this circus was complete with black bears, circus puppies, a clown, and even cotton candy and popcorn.

The annual Gingerbread House Contest is coming up fast – bakers, start your ovens! Soon the Delta Community Library will acquire a delightful aroma as gingerbread houses of all types are displayed.

The Delta Presbyterian/Faith Lutheran Church will be sponsoring "GriefShare – Surviving the Holidays" grief support program. Grief Share is a non-denominational, faith-based program for those who have lost a loved one (spouse, parent, sibling, child, or close friend). The two-hour program wi…

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The Delta Imagination Library and the Delta Community Library are joining together to present the Fourth Annual Christmas Story Time Pajama party on Friday, December 5, from 6:30-8 p.m. This event will be held at the Delta Community Library on Deborah Street and is open to all families of yo…

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Gospel singer Gregory Patterson will be coming to Delta Junction in December, sponsored by Delta Christian Drama Association. In addition to performing for DCDA's Christmas drama, he is offering two free concerts for the benefit of the community.

Delta Christian Drama Association, a local community theatrical troupe that has been performing high quality stage plays in Delta Junction for over a decade, invites you to join them for their latest creation. "A Christmas Peril" will debut some talented new actors and promises plenty of hum…

For several years, Delta Junction has enjoyed a community Thanksgiving meal. This year will be no different. On Thanksgiving Day, all community members are invited to enjoy a free dinner at the Delta Community Center from noon-4 p.m.

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About 25 fortunate souls braved the winter cold Monday evening and were richly rewarded. “Letters Aloud: Private Letters Read in Public” delivered an evening of theatrical treats as two actors traded off reading personal letters to and from famous personages throughout history punctuated by …