It’s been a great winter – but the sun shines late into the evening and this week is our final week! 44 movies and 2000+ smiling faces later – Thanks for sharing your Friday nights with us and please share a standing ovation for our Non-Profit Partners, local business sponsors, […]
Movie Night TONIGHT!!!! Come see Disney’s Beauty and the Beast in the Community Room at 6pm tonight at The Seward Community Library & Museum! Enjoy a FREE movie with FREE snacks during your Spring Break Vacation. This movie is rated PG and is 129 minutes long.
It is going to be a busy weekend, with a huge wrestling tournament, the Qutekcak Native Youth Olympics Invitational Tournament – and popular movies (including one the kids have been hoping for since November!!!) This Friday 3/2 at the movies… 6 PM – Coco (PG – 109 mins) Despite his […]
By popular demand – RETRO NITE at the movies! Share this post and tell your friends that the ‘classics’ are on the big screen this week! This Friday 2/23 at the movies… 6 PM – Labryinth (PG – 101 mins) Teenage Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) journeys through a maze to recover […]
A newly released video from the Ocean Alaska Science and Learning Center, based at Kenai Fjords National Park in Seward, investigates the link between ocean health and coastal bears. More significantly, it considers how negative impacts on the ocean might affect this charismatic mammal, and terrestrial life in general. “Changing […]
We are REALLY EXCITED for two GREAT MOVIES this week! A Heartwarming SPECIAL FEATURE offered FREE thanks to the Seward Community Foundation and a Pre-DVD Oscar Nominee that tells an important story! This Friday 2/16 at the movies… 6 PM – Wonder (PG – 80 minutes) Based on the New […]
Movie Night at the Library & Museum! Paradise, will be shown Thursday, February 8th at 5:30-8pm in the Upstairs Meeting Room. FREE admission & snacks! Paradise is 132 minutes long. Spoken in Russian, German, & French with English Subtitles. Synopsis: Olga, a beautiful Russian countess and member of the French […]
On October 23, the Iditarod Trail Committee linked Dallas Seavey to positive test results for banned substances in dogs. Seavey has responded with a lengthy video in which he expressed his frustration with the trail committee and strongly maintained his innocence. In an October 9th press release, the Iditarod Trail Committee […]
Last winter I spent several months painting the wildlife mural that now hangs on the west side of the Harbor 360 Hotel. I took photos of the mural in-progress throughout the painting process and compiled them into this short video (3 and a half minutes). Very often the public only […]
By Bjørn Olson- I’ve just wrapped up editing a short adventure film I shot last summer – Instruments of Adventure. Myself and four others circumnavigated the Kenai Mountains by kayak, fat-bike, and packraft in the month of July. It’s lighthearted. Hope you enjoy. https://vimeo.com/221110753 Instruments of Adventure from Bjørn on […]
Seward High School Graduation Ceremony, May 23, 2017
The Seward Chamber of Commerce has sponsored a new promotional video for Seward, Alaska as a vacation Destination. You might recognize some of the cast. Check it out!
Have you heard the news? Sugar Mountain the movie will be playing here in Seward this FRIDAY (12/16) as part of the Winter Family Movie Series! To allow us accommodate a larger audience we’re moving this week’s movies to the Seward High School auditorium. We’ll kick-off the evening at 6pm […]
By Kelly Lane for Seward City News – When I walked into City Hall on Monday evening, the entryway and hallway were packed full of Seward High School students. In talking with a few young men, I learned that the government class was in attendance as part of an assignment […]
Submitted by Bjorn Olson – “I’ve been puzzling for some time now about how better to communicate climate change to people who deny that it is real. Here is a little film I made that aspires to help in this regard. (video below) How to Talk to A […]
The Seward Winter Family Movie Series returns for a second season this Friday at 6pm! Presented by the Seward Arts Council, the Movie Series features newer, feature films with a goal of providing safe and family friendly events in Seward during the winter months when there are limited opportunities for […]
By Russell Stigall for Seward City News — Alaska’s Gov. Bill Walker visited Seward last Friday, Aug. 26, to meet with Seward’s City Council members and answer questions from the public. Following his Q & A, Gov. Walker sat down with a Seward City News reporter for a 10-minute conversation. Find […]
Alaskan Film makers will once again be descending on Seward the last weekend of July in four film competitions. On Saturday, July 30th, at 7:00 pm free screenings of the Features Competition will be seen at the UAF Marine Science Center Rae Building at 201 Railyway Avenue. Shorts take the […]
Presented by Seward PTSA April 28 “★★★★★. High kicking, virtuosic and adrenaline-packed. Kozak just may have single-handedly performed a million acts of green. Who knew that scrap yards and dumps were treasure troves for the makings of new and marvelous musical instruments?” Buy Tickets NOW!
Local charter boat captain Devin Putney along with local videographer Josh Thomas, were film crew and cast in a National Geographic documentary about the ecosystem in Prince William Sound, 26 years after the oil spill in the region. Well known killer whale researchers Dr. Craig Matkin and Eva Saulitis were also […]