Wondering what to do with the children during spring break? Bring them to story hour at the Seward Community Library this Friday, March 20th. Story hour is a mix of musics, puppets, flannel board stories, game and of course wonderful picture books. The doors of the library open to story […]
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Better late than never. The Seward Community Library has just become an Ultimate Insider to the Official Site of the Iditarod. This means you have access to everything there is to offer. Videos, GPS tracking, Insider only articles. Race fans won’t want to miss this opportunity. Stop by the Library […]
Ahoy There! is the theme of this week’s story hour at Seward Community Library. Small mariners are invited to bring a favorite toy boat or model to story hour for display during the program. Story hour is a mix of wonderful picture books, games, songs, fingerplays, puppets and music. Story […]
Toothy Tales story hour will be presented at the Seward Community Library on Feb. 27. Fun stories and activities about losing teeth, missing teeth and daffy dentists will be presented: dental hygienist Bill Tudor will visit. The library doors open at 10:15 am for story hour patrons; story hour begins at 10:30 […]
The Seward Community Library will be showing Ben X as part of the ongoing Film Movement Series this Sunday, Feb 1st, at 3pm. For those of you who could care less about the Super Bowl, come on down to the Library to watch this great film! Synopsis Ben is different. […]
The Seward Community Library will be closed tomorrow until 4pm so that the computer systems can be rewired. There is a chance the Library will have to stay closed after 4, so please call before you make a trip into town in the evening.
The time for beer is here again! Well, not theres ever really not a time for beer, though enjoying divine fermentations whilst at church, supervising the day care or driving a school bus might be frowned upon. Better make that a definite no-no. But getting back to beer, it is […]
Plans are under way to celebrate Alaskas First 50 years of Statehood. Remember to mark May 1st and 2nd on your calendar so you wont miss the fun. As part of the Alaska Humanities Forum and Rasmuson Statehood Grant program, Seward will receive a new mural by local artist Justine […]
The Book Sale at the Library will be open from 12-4pm on Saturday, January 17th as part of the Polar Bear Jump-Off festivities. This is the only day the book sale will be open this winter so be sure to stop by. This will be the first chance to look […]
The Seward Community Library Museum Building Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the two beautiful quilts – Congratulations to Christine Olsen and Sarah Espelin! The Quilt Raffle has been a great fundraiser for the new Library Musuem project. Thank you to everyone who helped move the project along […]
The Seward Community Library is excited to announce an upcoming discussion series: Love and Forgiveness in the Presence of the Enemy – with Doug Capra, brought to the community through a generous grant and support from the American Library Association in partnership with The Fetzer Institute. Beginning January 29th, a […]
The Christmas Quilt Raffle is almost over. On Monday, December 15th, we will be drawing the two winners of these beautiful, handmade quilts at the Seward Community Library. Do you have a ticket in the drawing? Tickets are only $1 and there are still many available. Please stop […]
The Resurrection Bay Historical Society will hold its annual Christmas Open House from 12 to 4 p.m., Sunday December 14th at the Seward Museum, Third and Jefferson. With Christmas decorations throughout the museum, the traditional model train running around the Christmas tree, refreshments, numerous door prizes, friendly conversation and the […]
The Seward Community Library will be closing early, at 5:30pm, on Thursday December 11th. Our apologies for any inconvenience. If you have after work Library errands that day, be sure to hustle on over. Normal hours will resume the following day.
The Childrens Christmas Wish Tree at the Seward Community Library is now in place. The Wish Tree is decorated with cards describing highly rated books for children and young adults that would be great additions to the library. Individuals and organizations are invited to select a card or cards from […]
Due to Thanksgiving (and Librarians fondness for time off), the Seward Community Library will be closed from Thursday Nov. 27th – Sunday Nov. 30th. We will resume normal hours on Monday, Dec. 1st, opening at 10am. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Choking Man will be shown today at 6pm at the Library. There is no charge for admission and all are welcome, though kids under 17 should be accompanied by an adult. About the film: The social anxiety of a morbidly shy Ecuadorian dishwasher working in a Queens diner provides the […]
The Seward Community Library is proud to present, “A Series of Films”. This collection of six films comes from our participation in the Film Movement, an organization committed to the wide distribution of award-winning independent and foreign films. Here is the line-up: Monday Nov. 10th @ 6pm – Noise Tuesday […]
Pooh and the Philosophers by John Tyerman Williams This books sets out to prove that the whole of Western philosophy – from the ancient Greeks to the existentialists – may be found in the works of A.A. Milne. Throughout the book “The Great Bear” is said to illuminates the most […]
Heavens to Betsy! & other curious sayings by Charles Earle Funk Ever notice how colorful our language is? You might be familiar with “to go scotfree”, “ride the gravy train”, “pain in the neck”, “Sam Hill”. These phrases and more appear in this book to give you an idea of […]