Author: SCLMBC

Signs of Spring

Signs of Spring

Seward is welcoming spring visitors, arriving by rail, cruiseship, and motorcoach. The Princess cruise ship, the Diamond Princess, arrived to the cruise ship terminal (ARRC Seward Intermodal Facility) and was in port for several hours on Monday, May 14.  The passengers enjoyed a good weather day, overcast but not snowing […]

Afternoon delight at Tea and Tomes

Afternoon delight at Tea and Tomes

Thank you ladies, gentlemen and children who packed the community room of the Catholic church for our Tea & Tomes event this Saturday. We served 65 persons at our sold out event. We wish to acknowledge the hard work of one of our Library Museum volunteers, Kim Hughes, who brought […]

64 Tea Cups ready for tea

64 Tea Cups ready for tea

                        Reminder that today is our Tea & Tomes event at the Catholic church. All our tickets have been sold. We want to thank the ladies of our community that loaned us the beautiful tea cups for our event […]

Only 64 Tea Cups…

Only 64 Tea Cups…

Only 64 tea cups are available for the Tea and Tomes Tea Party, so remember to pick up your tickets today, at the Library, for the Seward Community Library Museum fundraiser on Saturday, April 28 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church. Guests will be treated to […]

Tea and Tomes, an afternoon tea

The perfect remedy for spring fever is on Saturday, April 28, when Seward Library Museum volunteers are hosting the tea party to end-all-tea-parties from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the lower level of Sacred Heart Church on 5th Avenue. Our local pastry Chef Amy Mow is baking the goodies […]

March 27, 1964 ~ Great Alaska Earthquake

*“On March 27, 1964, at 5:36 p.m. ADT (03:36 3/28 UTC) a great earthquake of magnitude 9.2 (moment magnitude) occurred in Prince William Sound region of Alaska. The epicenter was about 10 km east of the mouth of College Fiord, approximately 90 km west of Valdez and 120 km east […]