The Board of Directors and staff of Seward Community Health Center (SCHC) are extremely pleased to announce that Lori Hamilton, a licensed and certified Physician Assistant (PA), has recently joined its staff as its first permanent medical provider. Lori, who started at the Health Center on Oct. 27, is seeing both new and established patients. She will be providing a […]
Join us in our gym on Tuesday, November 11th at 12:30, when our kindergarten through 2nd graders will recognize the contributions of our veterans and active duty military. After the program in the gym, we would like to invite all the veterans/active duty personnel and their families to our 3rd through 5th grade wing for special recognition.
SPRD Press Release – On behalf of Seward Parks and Recreation and the Teen and Youth Center, we would like to thank everyone who helped us make the Halloween Carnival such a fun success. Thank you to our co-sponsors Seahawk Athletic Booster Club for the assistance in advertisement, recruiting, and accounting. Special thanks to Kim Reierson & Martha Fleming. And […]
The cast of Doug Capra’s play, And Now the World Again, gathered on stage last night before the opening performance. The play is about the life of American artist Rockwell Kent and his stay on Fox Island in Resurrection Bay during 1918-19. The final performance is tonight (Friday, Nov. 7) at 7 p.m. in the Seward High School theater.
Interested in aviation? Or maybe the military? Or emergency services? If so, the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program is for you! If you’re 12–18 years old and looking for a challenge, join us for an informative introduction to Civil Air Patrol, the official civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. Learn about the incredible opportunities CAP has to offer, including […]
A few electric and non-electric booth spaces are still available for the December 5-6 Seward Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair. The registration deadline is November 5th, although this may be extended if booths remain. Act fast — we tend to fill up right at the registration deadline. FOOD vendors are urgently needed to fill three food booths. Booth rental is $60 non-electric […]
The temperature’s getting colder and the snow’s beginning to fly. The mighty SeaHawk ski team is biting at the bit ready to begin some time on the snow. No doubt you are too. So better get those Nordic skinny skis tuned up. The Seahawks will once again be hosting the annual Waxathon in conjunction with the SNCS Ski Swap on […]
The Peninsula Art Guild is hosting two exhibitions in November at the Kenai Fine Arts Center, 816 Cook Avenue in Old Town Kenai across from the Oilers Bingo Hall. The public is invited to the First Thursday Opening Reception, 6-8 PM, Nov. 6, 2014 for the Annual Watercolor Exhibit and The Soldotna High School Art Club Exhibit. The art center […]
Calling All Student Artists! The Seward Alternative Energy Group announces their first Alternative Energy Art Contest. This contest is open to students K-12 and the artwork should include images and/or themes that show the residents of Seward utilizing clean energy and alternative energy resources (biomass, geothermal, “small” hydro, sun, and wind). Submissions must be on 8 ½ x 11 or […]
The fall three school garage sale is scheduled for November 8th from 9 AM till 2 PM at the high school cafeteria. Drop off of your really cool stuff to sell is from 2 till 6 PM on Friday the 7th. Drop off is at the loading dock in back of the cafeteria. We could always use help at this […]
Join Seward Mountain Haven residents and staff for a Happy Halloween! Trick-or-Treaters will be welcomed from 4-6PM, on Friday, October 31.
The Seward Bear Creek Flood Service Area will hold a regular board meeting at 6:00 pm, Monday, November 3, 2014. The agenda includes a presentation by the Upward Bound High School project, and establishing the FY2015 State Capital Project Requests. The meeting will be held at the KPB Seward Office in Sea View Plaza, 302 Railway Ave, Suite 122. The […]
If you’ve taken the 50,000 words in 30 days pledge for the month of November, be sure to stop by the Seward Community Library Museum on Saturday November 1st between 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm for the NaNoWriMo Kick Off Event. Bring your creative drive, something to write with, and something calorically dense to share. Also at the Seward Community […]
There are more than 20 downtown businesses participating in Halloween Trick-Or-Treating this year. All along 4th Street, from TelAlaska and Seward United Methodist Church to Alaska’s SeaLife Center and Zudy’s Cafe there are businesses welcoming trick-or-treaters. And don’t forget some of the businesses off of 4th, like Rez Art Coffee Shop, the Library, and our new Ukanuzit. If you take […]
There has been a clarification in the marijuana legalization forum scheduled for Thursday, October 30, at 7PM at the Seward Community Library. Kristina Woolston will speak in Opposition of Ballot Measure 2 in place of Tom Tougas. In opposition of Ballot Measure No. 2: Kristina Woolston: “Kristina Woolston was raised in the southwest village of Naknek where she grew up commercial fishing with her […]
Doug Capra’s latest play will debut on November 6 at 7PM and again on November 7 at 7PM. Bring in two cans of food for the food bank and received half off of general admission.
Seward Tsunami Swim Club will be having a FUN SWIM and Try Outs for all swimmers interested in joining the club on Sunday, November 2 from 3-5pm at the Seward Pool. Remember to check your clocks because of the time change! Swimmers must be between the ages of 5-18 and be able to swim from one end of the […]
The United States Coast Guard is hosting a free Haunted House at the USCG building on X-Float on October 30. The haunted house will be open from 6-7PM for kids and 7-10PM for adults.
Crimeface Nelson featuring Orion Donicht will be performing at the Yukon Bar’s Halloween Bash beginning at 9PM on October 31. A costume contest begins at midnight with the winner receiving $100!
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – A gathering of 18 people held a potluck in the basement of the Seward Lutheran Church one recent Friday evening as leader/facilitator Kenneth Blatchford laid out his vision for Mount Marathon Native Association, the new organization. Blatchford, who most there call “Kenny” dominated the discussion, as others ate, drank coffee, nodded, smiled, raised their […]
November is National Novel Writing Month (aka NaNoWriMo,) and once again many hundreds of thousands of people will be taking the 50,000 words in 30 days pledge. If you’ve ever wanted to get that book out of your head and onto the page, this is just the tightly reined insanity to get it done. Next Wednesday the 29th of October, past […]