Fellow Wordsmiths, An impromptu, informal, informational meeting will be held tomorrow evening, 7:30 pm in the Breeze Inn Lounge. Anyone remotely interested in writing, publishing, or who might know how to make money from such endeavors, is cordially invited to attend. This is the first meeting of the minds, so […]
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog I found this cool looking stump on the beach about a month ago, and have intended to work it for some time now. I can see myself returning to this spot and trying different compositions in varying light. This was from last night […]
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog A Least Sandpiper resting near Seward, Alaska. Seven years ago I walked away from a great job with full benefits, a wonderful boss and awesome co-workers to pursue my dream of being a photographer. Janine had left her job a couple of years […]
There have been exciting developments toward building our new Library Museum! Wells Fargo has committed to a challenge grant for this project. Wells Fargo will donate $25,000 toward the building if the community will raise a $25,000 match by September 2009. Are we up for this challenge? Seward has always […]
Shorebirds resting on the Copper River Delta, Alaska. Well, as I was mesmerized by the shorebird migration, I was told a wolverine walked down the beach about a hundred yards behind me! I was right there with my camera mounted on my telephoto, all on a tripod – it couldnt have […]
Wow! Was that a weekend in Seward! We couldn’t have fit one more thing on the calendar. Dot Bardarson’s one person show at Resurrect Art Coffee House opened May 1 during the First Friday Gallery Walk and continues through May. The title of the show is “Spirit of Alaska”.
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog I picked up a magazine assignment to photograph a fisherman in Cordova. Im thrilled, because the timing perfectly correspondes with the amazing shorebird migration. We had a wonderful time here last year, but werent sure if we were going to return this year […]
The Seward Elementary students participated in this weekends symposium by dressing as charectors from territory and early statehood times.
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Cover of the Kenai Peninsula Tourism Marketing Council Travel Guide (KPTMC), Alaska. This is actually a composite of two of our images combined by KPTMC. You see, they really liked this photo from Harriman Fiord in Prince William Sound. Problem was, even though […]
The First Friday artist for Resurrect Art Coffee House is Dot Bardarson. Her show is titled “Spirit of Alaska”, a display of watercolors having to do with Eskimo and Native art. These pieces were inspired by her teaching experience in Point Hope and her residency at Chatham Cannery in SE […]
Have you ever wanted to play a musical instrument? Admired rock stars, jazz artists, or sidewalk performers? Have a band instrument collecting dust in a closet or crawlspace? You are in luck! Seward Elementary School is starting a band program in the 2009-2010 school year, and we need you! Current […]
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Camping in the Chuach National Forest, Alaska. How do I handle the power needs for my digital camera and file storage on long trips away from electricity? This was an ask Ron question brought up by two fellow blogen photographer friends of mine […]
The Performing Arts Society will present a unique concert on Saturday, May 16, 2009, 7:00 p.m., at Resurrect Art Coffee House Gallery in Seward. Under the title, The Living Roots of Music, Lauren Pelon performs music from the 1st to the 21st centuries on guitar, lute-guitar, lyre, recorders, gemshorns, cornamuse, […]
The Latest from the Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Posted: 15 Apr 2009 09:14 AM PDT Crowley tugs in the Seward Boat Harbor, Alaska. I went out looking for subjects during a heavy snowstorm yesterday. I can almost always find a moose, and thought they would make for a cool subject […]
The Seward Statehood Grant Committee is proud to announce a symposium on May 1 & 2, 2009 at the Alaska Vocational Technical Center (AVTEC) and Kenai Fjords National Park Legends building celebrating Alaskas statehood and Sewards home of the state flag. A mural by artist Justine Pechuzal will be unveiled […]
“The Trap” was scheduled to show on Monday 3/30 at 6pm. Unfortunately, the Library will be closed that day for Seward’s Day. Therefore, the movie has been rescheduled for Thursday, 4/2 at 6pm. Hope to see you there.
Join the voices who will sing at the 2009 Community Easter Sunrise Service at the Sea Life Center on April 12 at 7 am! All are invited to participate. Sue McClure will once again lead the choir made up of singers from several area churches… and some who just like […]
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 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 […]
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 […]