Events

Solstice Dance & Potluck

Solstice Dance & Potluck

…Wanna Dance? Come take part in an exploration of the Conscious Dance/Ecstatic Dance form on Winter Solstice. Conscious Dance is a movement meditation appropriate for all ages and abilities, a great way to celebrate solstice, and a lot of fun. You do not need to be a dancer, and there […]

Pets Pose With Santa

Pets Pose With Santa

Santa flew in from the North Pole last Sunday, December 8th, to meet some local pets and their owners. SOS Pets, a local nonprofit which supports the Seward Animal Shelter and promotes responsible, respectful pet care through education and advocacy, raised $175 for dog and cat food at a Photos […]

…Wanna Dance?

Come out and dance with us on the Winter Solstice!    What it is: Solstice Dance and Potluck: An Exploration of Conscious Dance/Ecstatic Dance. Facilitation by Stefini Adkins, Music mixed by DJ Hank. Where: The Seward Community Library and Museum, downstairs meeting room. When: Winter Solstice, December 21st, from 6-9pm. Why: Conscious Dance is […]

More Great Bluegrass

More Great Bluegrass

The Deadly Gentlemen, a unique, modern bluegrass quintet from Boston returns to Seward  Monday December 9th for a public performance at the Resurrect Arts Coffee House and Gallery at 7:30 p.m. The group also performed for Seward high and middle school students during their advisory period at 10:35-11:00 a.m. Monday at […]

Bazaar This Weekend – Please Come!

There will be an amazing number of Alaska artists and commercial vendors at the annual Seward Holiday Fair this weekend at the Train Depot.  Once the train came from Anchorage with hundreds of people who wanted to see Santa Claus, and Seward, but then there was an avalanche warning and […]

Acting Can Be Murder on local drama production

Acting Can Be Murder on local drama production

By Heidi Zemach – Seward High School drama class debuted “Acting Can Be Murder,” the annual fall play Tuesday, December 3rd. There will be two more performances, tonight (Wednesday) December 4th, and Thursday, December 5th. A cast of 14 students worked very hard on this full length, 2 hour play, […]

Call for Art of Conservation

Call for Art of Conservation

 Chugach Arts Council has announced it’s upcoming projects and Calls for Art. Artists of all ages and abilities in any media are invited to submit images of their art for consideration to be published in one of several beautiful books of art featuring conservation themes. The dead line for the […]

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!

The Seward Senior Center is seeking volunteers to help us with our Pizza,Louisiana Gumbo, and Cakes Booth at the Holiday Craft Fair at the ARRC Ferry Terminal Friday, December 6th and Saturday, December 7th, 2013.  We have the following openings: SET UP, Friday, Dec. 6th from 1pm to 4pm.  Moving equipment to […]

Library Museum Closed due to Weather Conditions

The Seward Library Museum is closed Friday, November 22 due to weather conditions. All programs and services are cancelled for Friday. We will be open on Saturday 11-6 and Museum open 1-5 as regularly scheduled. Thanks for your patience and sorry for the inconvenience. Please be safe as you move […]

Seward Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair is Dec 6-7

Seward Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair is Dec 6-7

It’s time to start planning your holiday shopping and some early December fun! The Seward Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair will take place December 6-7 at the cruise ship terminal (aka the Dale R. Lindsey Alaska Railroad Seward Intermodal Terminal).  The event will feature more than 80 vendors, food , […]

Clothes for the Philippines

While driving to and from Anchorage this weekend, the radio announced that New Sagaya grocery, in Anchorage, is collecting used clothing to go to the Philippines.  Watching the news about Typhoon Haiyan and the total loss of life and homes made an impact and thoughts of ‘What can I do […]

Swim Club Start Up A Fun Time

Swim Club Start Up A Fun Time

Swimmers started their season with the Seward Tsunami Swim Club (STSC) with a fun filled day at the pool. Head coach Matt Hershock with assistant coaches Emilee Sawyer and Katie Cornwell started the day with a review of the swimmers code of conduct. A document that all swimmers and parents […]

A Simulation of Hearing Distressing Voices

Developing Empathy for the Lived Experience of Psychiatric Disability: A Simulation of Hearing Distressing Voices Friday, November 22nd, 2013 A unique learning opportunity during which participants experience what is commonly referred to as auditory hallucinations. The 3-hour training includes A presentation on the phenomenon of hearing distressing voices The simulation […]

Obihiro Mural Completed

Obihiro Mural Completed

Submitted by: Dot Bardarson Its done!  Mural art delegates are home from Japan.  The mural they painted was a success.  Lots of people came to the dedication where children held tethers that were attached to a large sheet covering the mural.  On a backwards count of “san, ni, ichi” the […]