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Afternoon delight at Tea and Tomes

Afternoon delight at Tea and Tomes

Thank you ladies, gentlemen and children who packed the community room of the Catholic church for our Tea & Tomes event this Saturday. We served 65 persons at our sold out event. We wish to acknowledge the hard work of one of our Library Museum volunteers, Kim Hughes, who brought […]

Spring Creek Official Retires

Spring Creek Official Retires

By Heidi Zemach for SCN Tom Reimer, the Assistant Superintendent of Spring Creek Correctional Center, is retiring after 27 years of service in Alaska on April 30th. His friends and colleagues will give him a retirement gathering Wednesday May 2nd at the American Legion, and share stories about his legacy. […]

64 Tea Cups ready for tea

64 Tea Cups ready for tea

                        Reminder that today is our Tea & Tomes event at the Catholic church. All our tickets have been sold. We want to thank the ladies of our community that loaned us the beautiful tea cups for our event […]

Wind Turbine Being Hooked Up

Wind Turbine Being Hooked Up

By Heidi Zemach for SCN AVTEC’s 100kW wind turbine is finally being hooked up to the Applied Technology Building and will soon be physically connected up to the town’s electric grid. STG Engineers Incorporated, of Anchorage, the folks from whom AVTEC purchased the turbine, and who installed it, were in […]

Imagination Library Book Bash Tomorrow!

The Seward/Moose Pass Imagination Library will be hosting a Book Bash Saturday April 28th, in the basement of the Seward Community Library, from 10:30 am to noon. The theme for this event is Alaskan Animal Adventures and there will be crafts, activities, snacks, and reading related to this interesting and […]

Exit Glacier Area Closed to Snowmachine Use

Kenai Fjords National Park has closed the Exit Glacier area for snowmachine use in order to prevent damage to park resources due to inadequate snow depth and warming temperatures.  The park is no longer taking reservations for the winter public use cabin at Exit Glacier.  Plowing has begun on the […]

Remove Studded Tires

Studded Tires must be off the roads by May 1st, or drivers caught with them could be subject to a correctable ticket with a $50 fine. This reflects an extension from Alaska Department of Public Safety’s traditional April 15th deadline, to account for the bad weather we have had here.

Invasive Species Education

The annual Cooperative Weed Management Area meeting will be held next Friday, May 4th, at the Rae building (Seward Marine center), from 10-4. There will be representatives from the Alaska Railroad and Department of Transportation to discuss vegetation management. A representative from the Sealife Center to share invasive species cost […]

Tea and Tomes, an afternoon tea

The perfect remedy for spring fever is on Saturday, April 28, when Seward Library Museum volunteers are hosting the tea party to end-all-tea-parties from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the lower level of Sacred Heart Church on 5th Avenue. Our local pastry Chef Amy Mow is baking the goodies […]

Beginner Tai Chi comes to the REZ!

Beginner Tai Chi comes to the REZ!

**Update** — CLASS IS NOW FULL — Email if you’d like to be placed on the waiting list or get on the mailing list to receive information directly about future tai chi classes. Thank you! Starting next Tuesday, April 24th, Julie Rosier will offer a 9-week community sampler series of […]

A Sober Time As Prom Approaches

A Sober Time As Prom Approaches

By Heidi Zemach for SCN It’s almost the end of the 2012 school year, and high school prom is this Saturday night. In preparation for prom and graduation, the high school hosted “Every 15 minutes” a mock drill of a deadly drunken driving car accident in its parking lot two […]

New Play at Seward High School!

New Play at Seward High School!

  Seward High Drama is proud to present, CSI: Neverland.  The show runs at 7:30 nightly on the following dates:   Monday, April 30   Tuesday, May 1   Wednesday, May 2   CSI meets Neverland in this marvelous merger of comedic mayhem!  

4-17 Borough Assembly Report

4-17-12 Borough Assembly Meeting Report By Sue McClure Our annual meeting in Seward began with an invocation by Pastor Ron Nitz of Resurrection Lutheran Church. There were no commending resolutions or proclamations, and no presentations. In the committee reports, it was stated that our borough and its communities have done […]

Seward Senior Citizens Happenings

April showers last week-end melted down more snow Yippee! The center if full of seedlings in the windows and we are transplanting them into their own containers. The volunteers are excited with all the plants that they are preparing for the Annual Plant & Pastry sale in May. Thank you to […]

Borough Assembly to Meet in Seward April 17

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly will be holding its regular meeting in Seward, at the City Council Chambers, 7 PM this coming Tuesday, April 17. Committee meetings, also open to the public, begin at 3 PM. You can check out the agenda by going to the borough website: www.borough.kenai.ak.us, stopping […]

Far North Conservation Film Festival – Seward Showing

Far North Conservation Film Festival – Seward Showing

Hosted by Kenai Fjords NP & Res. Bay Conservation Alliance April 20, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM @ the NPS Legends Building It’s FREE and will have DOOR PRIZES! Bag It (79 min.) a wholesale investigation into plastics.  Corner Plot (10 min.) explores one man’s steadfast authenticity in a changing […]

Seward Job Fair

SewardAvtec_ JobFair_April2012 Seward Community/AVTEC Job Fair – Today This is a great opportunity for Job Seekers – don’t miss it!!! When: Today, Monday, April 9 Time: Job Fair starts at 12:30 Where: AVTEC Student Service Center Gym, 519 – Fourth Avenue.