Fish Factor by Laine Welch: New Commercial Fishing Opportunities, Fishermen Talk Climate Change, and Herring Update

New Opportunities Proposed for New Fishermen to Buy Permits
Numerous studies over the past decade have highlighted Alaska’s “graying of the fleet” (the average age of permit holders is 50), and the lack of opportunities fo…

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New Community Garden Set to Break Ground this Summer!

In November 2016 Seward Wellness For All hosted Seward’s 1st Annual Seward Strong Planning Day.  The objective of the planning day was to identify two wellness initiatives for our community to focus on in the coming year….

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Press Release: Temporary Closure of Center and Permit Parking Lots

Seward Community Parking Management would like to advise other City of Seward departments, Seward Boat Harbor businesses and visitors, in addition to the general public that on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 11p.m. until Wednesda…

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National Heritage Area Grants Build Bridges

From a new steel beam bridge across California Creek in Girdwood to a storytelling project between elders and youth in Seward, Kenai Mountains Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area awarded grants to connect people to place…

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You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown

By Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News –

The Port City Players devoted numerous hours rehearsing for their current production of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Tryouts took place in mid January and rehearsals b…

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New Community Garden Set to Break Ground this Summer!

New Community Garden Set to Break Ground this Summer!

In November 2016 Seward Wellness For All hosted Seward’s 1st Annual Seward Strong Planning Day.  The objective of the planning day was to identify two wellness initiatives for our community to focus on in the coming year.  Over 30 community members from diverse backgrounds attended the event, together brainstorming dozens […]

Doug Capra to talk about artist Rockwell Kent

Resurrection Bay Historical Society’s “Fourth Thursdays: Our History” program this month features a presentation by Seward historian and author Doug Capra starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 27 in the Library Museum’s Community Room. The event is free and open to the public. Capra is under contract to publish a […]

Seward High Volleyball Car Wash

Seward High Volleyball Car Wash

Seward High Volleyball Car Wash – The Seward Volleyball team is fundraising a car wash to buy training equipment for the team.   Please come get your dirty car washed and make a donation to the team, and no appointment needed.  If you would like your inside of your car detailed […]

Free Music Workshop with Cascada de Flores

Free Music Workshop with Cascada de Flores

Spice up your dance steps! Join Cascada de Flores to learn a bit of traditional Latin American folk songs and Mexican traditional music and dance!Families welcome.  Bring your instruments! When: Monday, April 24 Where: Seward Community Library Time: 5 pm to 6 pm Cascada de Flores is firmly committed to […]

Exit Glacier Area Closed to Snowmachine Use

Exit Glacier Area Closed to Snowmachine Use

Due to recent warm temperatures and snowmelt, Kenai Fjords National Park has closed the Exit Glacier area to snowmachine use.  This closure includes the road to Exit Glacier within the park boundary, parking areas, the designated route through the campground to Exit Creek, and within Exit Creek. When snow depth, […]

Seward Parks and Rec Bulletin

Seward Parks and Rec Bulletin

Volunteers needed for Pink Cheeks Triathlon. Registration, Traffic Control, Lap Timers, Finish line and more. Please sign up at Runsignup.com and search Pink Cheeks. Click on volunteer and pick a spot. We welcome responsible volunteers 12 and over. Call Josie at 224-5472 for more information. The 31st annual Diaper Derby […]

Four Valleys Community School Summer Intensives are one of KMTA's new grants.

National Heritage Area Grants Build Bridges

From a new steel beam bridge across California Creek in Girdwood to a storytelling project between elders and youth in Seward, Kenai Mountains Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area awarded grants to connect people to places and their stories at the April 12 KMTA Board meeting. National Heritage Area grants are […]

Oil Spill Training exercise

Oil Spill Training exercise

After two days of classroom training, crews of fishing vessels of all sizes and shapes participated in the annual oil spill training this week in Resurrection Bay. For more information, visit the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council website at <http://www.pwsrcac.org/programs/oil-spill-response/fishing-vessel-training/> Carol Griswold

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

By Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News – The Port City Players devoted numerous hours rehearsing for their current production of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Tryouts took place in mid January and rehearsals began in February 3-4 nights per week. Director Linnea Hollingsworth stated rehearsals went well, she […]

A Night of Latin American Inspired Music and Food!

A Night of Latin American Inspired Music and Food!

  Help bring fantastic theater arts experiences to local area children by purchasing a ticket to Cascada de Flores! It’s sure to be a great night of good food, friends, and Latin American inspired music! All profits bring free world-class shows to Seward and Moose Pass kids! Cascade de Flores […]