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        38th Anniversary show starring 75 local Kids
July 31, August 1, 2 at 7:30 pm August 3 at 2 pm
ACPA’s Discovery Theatre
Tickets available at 263-ARTS
Workshops are June 24 - August 3 for kids ages 3 to 18.
Come join us for a Musical Summer of Fun!
Auditions will be held in May! Sign your child up to perform with us!
Contact Janet Carr-Campbell at
or 227-0509
Supported in part by the Municipality of Anchorage, and The Rasmuson Foundation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Filling combinations to try
• Nutella and banana
• Nutella and marshmallows • Nutella and strawberries
• Peanut butter and jelly
• Honey and peanut butter • Apples and cinnamon sugar • Apple butter and fruit
• Any canned pie filling
• Mozzarella cheese and pepperoni
• Spinach, bacon, feta, mushrooms and onion
• Sausage, scrambled egg and cheddar cheese
• Avocado, scrambled egg, bacon and tomato
• Ham and cheese
• Tuna salad and cheddar
• Butter, garlic, salt
Rome Industries Mountain Pie Maker
    Mountain Pies
You may know them as mountain pies, pudgy pies, jaffles or toasties, but we all agree these camping classics are delicious! Once you own the cast iron toasting tool (you can get them
at most camping stores), all you have to do is decide what flavors you want sandwiched between your two slices of bread. (We love cinnamon raisin bread.) Here is a list of some combinations to try while on your next camping trip, courtesy of the National Park Service.
Here’s what you need:
• A camping cooking iron (it looks like a small cast iron panini press with a long handle)
• Sliced bread
• Non-stick spray or butter
• Filling of your choice
Here’s what you do:
• Spray both sides of the iron with a non-stick spray.
• Lay a piece of bread on one side, spread on your favorite fillings, put another slice of bread on top, tightly close the
iron, trim off excess bread if necessary, and toast it over the
• Rotate the iron every minute or so until everything is melted
evenly, and the bread is golden brown (about 4 minutes).
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