By Allison Sayer for Seward City News – Prince William Sound pink salmon fishermen are glad to have this season, described by one captain as “biblically bad” behind them. The salmon harvest was less than 30% of the expected harvest for this year. Prince William Sound was not alone; Kodiak, […]
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These images were submitted by Heather Callen who was married “in a glacier in September”. A helicopter delivered them to the site. “We had a harpist playing! It was amazing!” said Heather.
SPRD Bulletin… Halloween Carnival The Annual Community Halloween Carnival is coming up Monday, October 31st 6 to 9pm Booth space is now available, reserve your spot today call Josie at firstname.lastname@example.org or download a form from our website: carnival-booth-forms www.cityofseward.us Glacier Family Medicine Pumpkin Prowl at Forest Acres Park Sat, Oct […]
Submitted by Karin Sturdy, Director of Parks & Recreation – The City of Seward and AVTEC negotiating teams have reached an agreement for use of the AVTEC Gym facility and the Student Services Center, which we feel the public and the City Council will like and approve. We are optimistic […]
The first Sunday run by the Seward Alaska Social Runners is tomorrow morning at 9am. Meet up at Resurrect Art Cafe to begin the out and back jog along Lowell Point Road. Regroup afterwards at Resurrect for coffee and visiting. https://www.facebook.com/groups/SewardAlaskaSocialRunners/
Stop by the Seward Community Library & Museum on Friday, October 21st, between noon and 4:00PM for a not-so-frightening craft at the museum kitchen table. Make a mini spider web, color a spooky scene, or both! Hope to see you there! For more information, contact (907) 224-4082 or email@example.com.
Join us for a new weekly program at the library! Beginning Saturday, October 22nd, Play Time will be in the Children’s Room on Saturdays from noon-4:00PM. Families are welcome to drop by sometime in the afternoon to play with musical instruments, toys, read stories to each other, and make friends. […]
Seward Marine Center is conducting a SEALED BID AUCTION for a 1974 Case Front End Loader and a P and H 20 ton Hydraulic Crane. Interested persons can inspect the equipment and obtain the sealed bid documents from Oct. 17 through Nov. 4 Viewing is by appointment only. Phone (907) […]
RISE & SHINE! The Seward Business Network provides a great opportunity for some co-op marketing! The hour-long breakfast meeting is Thursday, October 20th. October 20- 7:00 am at The Breeze Cafe Breakfast Nook Join us as we hear from Doug Capra about the Rockwell Kent anniversary and […]
Join us in Seward Oct 14 & 15th for the third annual Seward Energy Forum & Fair. FREE Energy Efficiency workshops for Residential and Business owners presented by Alaska Housing Finance Corporation and UAA – Sustainable Energy Department are being offered along with key note presentations on the Future of […]
Open House at Seward Volunteer Fire Department will be this Saturday October 15 from 11 am to 2 pm. You’re invited! 316 Fourth Ave. Contact sewardfire.com for more information.
By Spencer Burgin for Seward City News – The Seward Seahawk’s unprecedented season ended Saturday with a disappointing 44-6 home loss to the Houston Hawks in the State of Alaska small school semifinals. Unprecedented because this was Seward’s first conference championship team, and the first to play in a home […]
Join us for yoga with Christine Simpson at Resurrect Art Coffee House Tuesday evenings from 7pm to 8:30pm. Classes will run from October 11 to December 13. There is a $10 suggested donation for each class. Please bring your own yoga mat or let us know if you need to […]
Join us at 4pm today at the Seward Community Library Museum for a family story time. Featuring Roger Fuson, a member of the Anchorage Storytellers’ Guild. Public is invited to attend, all children must have a parent/adult with them. Following family story time will be a chili feed and baked […]
I received word yesterday from Jeff Estes, City of Seward Electric Department Operations Supervisor, that the swan diverters were being installed on the power lines on Nash Road by the wetlands. I checked today and found the dangling, flashing, glow-in-the-dark diverters at work. With a slight breeze, they even hummed. […]
Northern Sea Nettles have begun washing up on area beaches as they reach the end of their life cycle. The distinctive sunburst pattern on the upper side of the bell make beautiful patterns along the beach. The scientific species name translates to “black star” in reference to this pattern. The collapsed tentacles look like […]