Help us build a park! Join all the supporters & local businesses, and Aloha Bluegrass @ the Resurrection Roadhouse on Friday, August 17th, from 5-9pm, in support of the Seward Community Bike Park Project. We believe if you bike for fun, you bike for life. Join the long list of […]
THIS SATURDAY!!! Come to the Seward Summer Reading Program Closing Celebration 1:00PM-3:00PM! FREE Ice Cream Floats, LIVE Music, Grand Prizes, and FUN Activities! Our staff is SO EXCITED!!!
Today’s LEGO Challenge… Let’s Make a ROBOT!!! The FINAL Summer LEGO Club is at 4pm today in the Community Room! You don’t want to miss it! Seward Community Library & Museum 239 6th Ave, Seward, Alaska 99664 (907)224-4082 firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Shauna Potocky, (907) 422-0530, email@example.com Seward, AK –Bear Glacier is located on the Kenai Peninsula southwest of Resurrection Bay and Seward, Alaska. The lower (proglacial) lake in front of Bear Glacier is a popular recreation area for kayaking, sight-seeing, stand-up paddleboarding, surfing and camping. Twelve kilometers above the terminus […]
“Seward is our home. My husband and I like being self-sufficient. For us, recycling, reducing, and reusing has always been a pretty natural way to live.” I first met Phyllis Shoemaker at a Sustainable Seward: reduce, recycle, renew monthly meeting a few months ago. This is a community-run group that […]
TOMORROW is our FREE Intro to Persian Dance Class! Thursday, July 19th 6:30-7:45pm in the Community Room @ The Seward Community Library & Museum Don’t forget to wear comfortable clothes to dance in. All ages welcome!
The Friends of Jesse Lee Home (FJLH) have been mystified for some years now as to motivation behind the Walker Administration’s approach to our grants for the renovation of the historic Jesse Lee Home, and the creation of the Balto Statewide Leadership Charter School which would inhabit it. The Walker […]
Contact: Timothy Mullet (907) 422-0540, firstname.lastname@example.org Seward, AK –It’s that time of the year again to be bear aware! Join us on Saturday, June 2, 2018 at the K.M. Rae Building from 4:30-6:30 p.m. to learn about bear safety and practice spraying with inert bear spray. Kenai Fjords National Park […]
The Seward Community Library & Museum is pleased to announce an updated summer Movie@2 program! We will show two movies showing daily at 2pm, starting Monday, May 14th. 2 MOVIES@2! Join us for the 1964 earthquake movie, Waves Over Seward, and the Iditarod National Historic Trail: A History. Each movie […]
An elegant proposal to transform Alaska’s Rail-Belt to 100% renewable energy. Article and Photos by Bjørn Olson Just after sunrise, the icy hoar frost clinging to the willow branches in the Tanana River Valley begin to shudder. At first, the wind comes in a light zephyr. Branches lazily sway; a […]
New report shows visitor spending supports 18,903 jobs in Alaska Release Date: April 26, 2018 Contact: Katerine Belcher, email@example.com ANCHORAGE – A new National Park Service report shows that 2.786 million visitors to national parks in Alaska spent nearly $1.3 billion in the state in 2017. That spending resulted in […]
Electronics are an integral part of our lives in the United States. We use computers and phones at work and home, and almost every house has a television. There are electronic components in our cars and appliances. When one of these many electronics breaks or a new phone model comes […]
If you’re interested in growing an ocean-based business, Seward will soon be home to the Blue Pipeline Start-up Incubator. Join this free workshop, May 12 at 3pm in the Seward Library Community Room to learn more!
By Ned Rozell- “Jeremy offers us only his incessant snoring to remind us that he is a man and not a god.” So wrote Seth Adams on an Instagram post showing Jeremy Vandermeer striding across a wind-whipped ridge near the frozen headwaters of the Ambler River. Adams is a writer […]
Soon, you may see more Chugach National Forest employees working in developed and dispersed recreation sites and along Forest Service roads. They will be dressed in uniform and standing next to a sign that says “Survey Site Please Stop.” Just like the postman, these folks may be out in all […]
Thousands of visitors and residents venture along the Seward Oceanfront Bike Path year-round, including local and visiting school groups. Pedestrians may not realize they are walking along the first mile of the National Historic Iditarod Trail, or that humpback whales may be sighted from the shores of Resurrection Bay. The […]
On Friday May 4th from 6-8pm, as part of the First Friday Art event, Kenai Fjords National Park and the Qutekcak Native Tribe will team up to present: “Native Alaskan Art and Learning.” This show will feature art from both Qutekcak art classes and third grade students studying Sugpiaq culture. […]
by Ned Rozell- Millions of Alaska birds nest on rocky emerald islands seen by few people other than ship captains. One of the funkiest of these creatures is the crested auklet, which looks like a bassist in a punk band and smells like a tangerine. These hand-size birds have intrigued […]