Events

Seward 3rd Annual Spring Break Festival

Schedule of Events Friday March 15 STEAK NIGHT – American Legion / 6pm PUB CRAWL 5pm –10PM (register Hotel Seward) PRIZES for BEST PIRATE COSTUMES Film Début by Mr. Bjorn Olson – Seward Library 6p (Where the heck is Donlin) doors open 5:30pm KAREOKE CONTEST – American Legion (6-7pm Registration) […]

Choose Respect march

Choose Respect march

  On Thursday, March 28, 2013 Seward will be participating in Governor Sean Parnell’s Choose Respect Rally.  On behalf of the Domestic Violence program at SeaView Community Services and the City of Sewardwe invite you to please, come out and join us in this march against domestic violence, sexual assault, and […]

The Forces Are Gathering!

The Forces Are Gathering!

The gleaming blue and white tug Aiviq cruised into Resurrection Bay on Wednesday, Feb 27 and tied up at the Alaska Railroad dock. Pronounced EYE-vik, the name means “walrus” in Inupiaq. This is the tug that suffered mechanical difficulties while towing Shell’s drilling rig Kulluk along the coast of Kodiak […]

The Last Man Up

The Last Man Up

From runnersworld.com Like a lot of things in Alaska, the annual Mount Marathon Race in Seward is famously brutal, even dangerous. Which is precisely why Michael LeMaitre ran it–the last day he was seen alive. By Christopher Solomon Published February 21, 2013 For the past 16 years Tom Walsh has […]

Traditional Art Classes Return to Qutekcak

Traditional Art Classes Return to Qutekcak

Alaska Native Art Classes return to Qutekcak QNT will be continuing on the success of last year’s Alaska Native Art classes with new classes starting February 27th 2013! The classes will run for 10 weeks and will be open to the public, held every Wednesday at the Qutekcak Native Tribal […]

KPBSD Budget Meeting – Here Tonight!

School district representatives will be presenting budget information tonight, beginning at 6 PM in the Seward High School library.  PUBLIC WELCOME. Here are some reasons why you might wish to be there, which relate to the budget in one way or another: The school district and the teacher’s union are […]

March against domestic violence sexual assault

March against domestic violence sexual assault

By Heidi Zemach for SCN Some 13 Seward residents, the majority of them affiliated with SeaView Community Services or related organizations, marched from City Hall to the Alaska SeaLife Center to take a stand against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. There were similar marches and events taking place throughout the […]

Seward Bookworms Rule

Seward Bookworms Rule

By Heidi Zemach for SCN We’ve got some enthusiastic young bookworms in Seward. Although some may prefer to sit in a corner reading to running around the gym to the applause of adoring fans, they’re getting some recognition for their passion. A team of Seward Elementary School third and fourth graders […]

Your Voice, Our Schools

Your Voice, Our Schools

The Seward Middle School forecasts low enrollment in the coming years and seeks to stabilize its programs and staffing. One concept being discussed is moving the 6th grade from the elementary school to the middle school. All community members are welcome to come and share their thoughts and offer suggestions […]

Coming Up Soon! Please join us!

Coming Up Soon! Please join us!

The Seward Middle School forecasts low enrollment in the coming years and seeks to stabilize its programs and staffing. One concept being discussed is moving the 6th grade from the elementary school to the middle school. All community members are welcome to come and share their thoughts and offer suggestions […]

February 13 Teleconference – Toxic Chemicals in Your Home: New Study Shows Increase in Flame Retardants in Couches

Wednesday, February 13, 9:00 am – 10:00 am Free one-hour teleconference sponsored by the Alaska Collaborative on Health and the Environment. About the Call: A recent peer-reviewed study by Duke University tested over 100 polyurethane foam samples from couches across the U.S. and found that 85% contained potentially toxic or […]

February 6 Teleconference – Nurses in the Halls of Power: Nurse Advocacy for Safer Chemicals

Wednesday, February 6,  9:00 am – 10:00 am Free one-hour teleconference sponsored by the Alaska Collaborative on Health and the Environment. About the Call: Nurses are becoming increasingly engaged in environmental health issues including chemical policy reform. They are concerned about preventing diseases of environmental origin, but may lack the […]

Avalanche Awareness Class Saturday Feb. 9th, Seward Library

Free Avalanche Awareness Class Saturday Feb. 9th  10am-3PM, Seward AK   (Still 10 am (I noticed an older post) at new Seward Library just a reminder if interested we have room! See you there)Updated 2/8/2013 Topics covered include: Human Factors, Terrain, Snowpack and Weather, and Avalanche Rescue including avalanche beacon practice.  Come join […]

Booster Club’s Dessert Silent Auction

Seward Seahawk’s Athletic Booster Club Fundraiser Dessert Silent Auction  Friday, February 8th at the Seahawk Classic Basketball Tournament 5pm – 8pm – Seward High School   Come watch the games, cheer on the home team and bid on some delicious desserts! Winning bids will be awarded at 8pm.   Anyone wishing to […]