Who wants to learn Dance Trapeze and Aerial Fabric from Quixotic performers after a fun weekend at Salmonfest 2016? Registration is now OPEN for classes; see schedule below! Aerial Fabric – Beginner (8+) August 9, 10, 11, and 13 12-1:30 p.m. HCOA Member: $175.00 General: $200.00 Aerial Fabric – Intermediate August 9, […]
The Garden Fairies and the Friends of the Seward Library are joining up to do an Art Walk in the Garden! Fiber Art pieces from a quilting group that use fiber scraps to create beautiful art work pieces that are table runners and mats to lap quilts and wall art. […]
The 2016 Seward Music & Arts Festival is looking for volunteers! This years festival is September 23 thru September 25. We have many opportunities to help! Each shift is 4 hours long. If you sign up for one shift, you will get free admission for one day. If you sign […]
Join us on Saturday, July 23, at 2:30 PM in the Community Room of the Seward Community Library & Museum for a presentation by historian, Doug Capra. He will sign books, answer questions and share stories from his book “The Spaces Between: Stories from the Kenai Mountains to the Kenai Fjords”, as […]
Alaskan Film makers will once again be descending on Seward the last weekend of July in four film competitions. On Saturday, July 30th, at 7:00 pm free screenings of the Features Competition will be seen at the UAF Marine Science Center Rae Building at 201 Railyway Avenue. Shorts take the […]
The showing of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” presented by Stevens Puppets on Thursday, June 30th, at 6:00PM has been CANCELLED due to a medical emergency. Thank you for your understanding. Please contact us at email@example.com or (907) 224-4082 with any questions.
Singer-songwriter Hurricane Dave will perform Saturday night, June 25 at Resurrect Art Coffee House Gallery, 3rd & Church. The free concert, which begins at 7 p.m., is the quirky Alaska troubadour’s only scheduled appearance in Seward this summer. Hurricane Dave is best known for his Sarah Palin-inspired anthem, “Please Don’t […]
Laura and the Killed Men “Their just-released album, Everchanging Trail, is pure country and western, with an emphasis on “western.” And they sound pretty good, too.” –No Depression “It’s the vocals that set this album apart from straightforward Americana music. The quartet blends precise choral voices in complex arrangements that lend craft to their […]
Contributed by Dot Bardarson – Dot Bardarson opened with a show during the First Friday Art Walk at Ranting Raven which will be up during the month of June. It is a show demonstrating the difference between plein air painting and studio painting. With plein air (painting on location) […]
Submitted by Dot Bardarson – This coming weekend Seward will host plein air painters from Anchorage, Palmer and Homer. Local painters were welcome to join the group, which will meet at the Seward Hotel at 9am Saturday morning (June 11). The painters will discuss options and then fan out in […]
The Seward Arts Councils brings this UAA theater production to Seward on June 5th 7pm at the High School Theater. While working at a newspaper in Denver, Colorado in 2004, David Holthouse published an article about being raped as a 7-year-old boy. Holthouse — a native of Alaska — like […]
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On June 1, Kenai Fjords National Park will be gathering to celebrate the National Park Service 100th anniversary. As part of the celebration, the park is honored to have National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis provide his vision for the next 100 years of stewardship, community and youth engagement. The […]