Learn and Feel Why Alpaca is a Superior Alternative to Cashmere Soldotna — Artworks Alaska Gallery in Kenai will host Alpaca Industry Expert Wade Gease and his personal brand of Alpaca Products, The Alpaca Guy on Friday, September 1st, 12 noon to 5 pm and Saturday, September 2nd from 9 […]
Three-time National Flatpicking Champpion Steve Kaufman will perform on Friday, August 25 at the KM Rae Building in Seward. Tickets are available now at https://guitarseward.eventbrite.com Kaufman is known for his tasteful, precise, and speedy picking on songs that range from bluegrass to folk to swing to jazz. He has been […]
by Brian Wright for Seward City News- Immersed in jagged fjords with glacial monoliths sloughing into frigid seas, one group has found the perfect place to cultivate tomorrow’s leaders. Inspiring Girls Expeditions has been nurturing the minds of young women since 1999 by bringing them into the wild places of […]
The Seward Music and Arts Festival is thrilled to announce another musical soiree in the fall of 2017. There will be live music and dance performances, with local-Alaskan artisan craft and food vendors featured. The festival is an exciting conclusion to the busy summer season that appeals to local Alaskans […]
by Brian Wright for Seward City News- Seward: ocean-side hamlet of 2,500, ninth most productive fishery in the United States, host of one of the oldest mountain races in the world, and mural capital of Alaska. Coloring the walls and brightening the bricks of buildings throughout town, Seward’s impressive mural […]
The August First Friday is almost here! Come out and visit various shops throughout downtown and the harbor as they feature artists and offer free snacks and drinks. This Friday, August 4, from 6pm-8pm. Everyone welcome! Hope to see you Friday!
Seward United Methodist Church (across from the fire station) is again hosting a safe place for kid crafts and activities during the First Friday Art Walk on August 4th, 2017.
Peninsula Art Guild/Kenai Fine Art Center invites artists to create a piece of wearable art for the 2017 Whimsical Wearable Arts. Deadline for applications/registration is October 28, 2017 at 5pm. Wearable arts are defined as clothing, footwear, hats, scarves, jewelry, up-cycled wearables and other adornments. To enter Whimsical Wearable Arts 2017, […]
On Friday, July 28, Derek Zanetti, also known as The Homeless Gospel Choir, performs at 7pm. Derek is a protest singer, author and artist based out of Pittsburgh, PA. His new album, Normal, is being promoted by A F Records and highlighted by NPR Music. “Through his on-stage humor and vulnerability, […]
Holland America’s grant program awards grants to non-profit organizations that benefit residents of Seward and Moose Pass. The Seward Arts Council received a grant to help fund a new light board for Port City Players. The more modern equipment will benefit audiences at Seward’s thespian productions.
Dance & Aerial Festival It’s summer, it’s Homer, who wouldn’t want to be here? And more importantly, who wouldn’t want to be here dancing or watching dance? This is a question I asked myself during my inaugural journey to this beautiful place three short years ago. This month, that vision […]
Hope you can join us for some live music with the Derral Gleason Trio at Resurrect Art, Saturday, July 15 at 7pm. Gleason’s music is “a mix of high-energy from-the-gut melody with muscle rock ’n’ roll, and soul-kissed Texas blues.” We’re asking a $10-$15 donation at the door and the […]
The people of Seward United Methodist and New Beginnings Baptist Churches are providing a safe space for kids during this Friday’s Art Walk at Seward UMC. Care is provided between 6-8 PM and is intended for toilet-trained children ages 3-10.
The Seward Community Band is joining the Star of the North Band from Minnesota to present a free community concert at 7 pm Friday, June 30 at the Alaska SeaLife Center. In case of rain the concert will be held at Seward High School. Please come welcome the Star of […]
Famous blues artist John Lee Hooker Jr will be performing his Gospel funk music at 2pm on July 3rd at the park pavilion. This is part of the annual prison ministry program produced by Frank Dahl and John Lee Hooker Jr. They visit six Alaska prisons helping to give hope to those […]
From Micheley Kowalski- Hi Coffee House Friends! I just wanted to make sure you know about our show coming up on Friday, June 23. Michael Howard is back, this time playing with Kory Quinn. Kory played a great show here last summer, and this duo won’t disappoint. Kory’s music is […]
Opening First Thursday July 6, 5 – 7PM will be an exhibition by Sonya Kelliher-Combs, at Kenai Fine Art Center, 816 Cook Avenue, Old Town Kenai. All galleries are open from noon to 5:00 pm Wednesday through Saturday, staffed by volunteer artist participation. Call 907-283-7040 for further information.
There are still a few spaces available in the Garden Art Workshop for Children. The workshop is free but advance registration is required.
The Kenai Peninsula Quilting Guild is sponsoring a Trunk Show by Joan Shay. This show is open to the public at no charge. Joan Shay’s Petal Play, “ appli-bond” method appeals to both beginners and experts because you can also utilize this technique successfully in your own designs. Joan offers an exciting informative trunk […]
By Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News- First Friday was another success as local businesses opened their doors to showcase the talents of many area artists. Each venue offered something unique and creative making the rest of us wish we had that special talent. No matter what your taste in […]