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Oct 1 2014

In the spirit of karma, inclusiveness, and simplicity, Open Space Alaska staff have decided to put all of their drop-in classes on donation. In this way, everyone has access to wellness and quality classes with some of the best teachers in town. 
Sing songs, read stories, and move with Mr. Clay.
"Conversing in Nicaragua" are drawings of a visit by Anchorage students and teachers to a mountain village, Jinotega, as English teachers in a children's camp. Proceeds of art sales to benefit Outreach 360.
Come, meet with your neighbors south of Northern Lights, north of Tudor, east of Baxter and west of JBER boundary.
"Conversing in Nicaragua" displays drawings of a visit by Anchorage students and teachers to a mountain village, Jinotega, as English teachers in a children's camp. Proceeds of art sales to benefit Outreach 360.
Meet the candidates for Senate seats M & N and House seats 25, 26 and 28, Hillside and Abbott Loop areas. Hear and share opinions on the minimum wage, the Labor Ordinance AO37, Marijuana and more.
Come to the Alaska Fine Arts Academy and hear "The Lullaby of Broadway."
A Valley quilters group meets to elect board members, enjoy a potluck and hear presentations.
Learn about Lightroom and the RAW workflow.
The Alaska Outdoors host easy to moderate social hikes, every Monday and Thursday. Please join us for our public hikes to meet new people and exercise!
Get the inside information on the events surrounding the Anchorage Centennial Celebration. Guest speaker, Susan Duck, is special assistant to the mayor. RSVP required.
Collie Buddz is bringing his music back to Alaska.
Learn to make homemade pasta with UAA Continuing Education. Learn the best recipes to use and how to create the right pasta for each sauce.
Learn more about collectively owned businesses.
Alaska Women Speak, quarterly journal, is looking for poetry, prose and articles around the theme, “ Inspiration: What sparks your urge to create, to pursue, to accomplish?”
A basic, general Hatha yoga class that will focus on poses, breathing and realxation techniques to promote strength and flexibility and to reduce stress.
Learn how to cut glass into shapes and assemble, solder and finish them into a stained glass window panel.
Encaustic painting uses pigmented beeswax and resin that can give the image a distinct depth and 3D appearance.
Dive alongside deep-sea research pioneers to learn about marine biology, underwater geology and the history of deep-sea exploration.
In her solo exhibition, “Groundwork,” Keren Lowell treats fabric as a sculptural medium.
Take a guided tour through space and time in this live show, customized to highlight current astronomical occurrences.
This 4-night course covers understanding lightroom & acquiring good work habits taking you through strategies for applying metadata & organizing, searching & keeping track of images in your catalog.
The Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center’s Yakutat Seal Camps project is a multidisciplinary study of 900 years of interaction between people, seals and glaciers at Yakutat Bay, Alaska.
Affordable Thursday night yoga in East Anchorage
Please Attend the September Turnagain Community Council Meeting Sept. 4th!
Are you a family member, friend of someone who is living with a mental illness and want to learn how to best support them andyourself?   
Join the band. No tryouts, just a desire to improve musically as an individual and as a member of the band. 
In a Time of Change is a program that encourages visual, literary and performing artists to integrate artistic and scientific insights into the natural world.
The Alaska Watercolor Society announces the opening of its 40th Annual Juried Exhibition at a First Friday event.
Be safe on the water. This course teaches the basics of safe boat operation and handling. 
Anchorage author and essayist Bill Sherwonit will present a 12-week nature and travel writing class this fall.
This class is designed for the beginner and for those who would like a refresher class to hone in the basic fundamentals of yoga.
Calling all musicians of Anchorage: Anchorage City Limits Music Cafe wants you to showcase your talents.
Play bridge Mondays and Thursdays.
 Fun at the Chugiak Eagle River Library on Thursdays with video games, board games, card games!
Help to save lives! Learn to provide cold-water safety & survival training in your community.
Are you new to Anchorage and looking for a family dental practice? Alcan Dental Group wants to help you feel as at home as possible. 

Friday, October 3, 2014

All are invited to enter Cyrano Theatre's contest. Just tell them about your most terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
Don't miss Alaska's winter adventure show, in Anchorage.
In the spirit of karma, inclusiveness, and simplicity, Open Space Alaska staff have decided to put all of their drop-in classes on donation. In this way, everyone has access to wellness and quality classes with some of the best teachers in town. 
Makeup, jewelry and cake -- oh my.
Enjoy and learn about Alaskan local and wild foods while supporting the Downtown Soup Kitchen
A Halloween themed group show featuring works from Bisco, Lakeland Wintersun, Smudge Monkey Studio, Lance Lekander Artworks, Lee Post, Javier Bocachica, Will Noblin, Inked Fox by Brittney, Angela Klein Guyll and Sleeping Fox Studios. Enjoy cupcakes while you browse.
First Friday at Heart of the City features works by Christopher Bracken and Nathan Perry.
1% for Art dedication and community celebration of the new ALPAR kinetic sculpture.
Soft rock music with Diane Hall and Sandra Calvillo
Local teacher and artist Mark Stewart exhibits his acrylic paintings on various ‘canvases’ including Flexifit trucker hats.
A 1930's inspired evening full of speakeasy jazz hounds, luscious ladies, and lively libations. Your best prohibition era attire is encouraged, though not required.
Barbara Lavallee will sign her new book, "The Best Of Barabara" and her 2015 calendars.
This free class will teach you about what the Judge expects, evidence, testimony, objections, exhibits and witnesses.
Sing songs, read stories, and move with Mr. Clay.
"Conversing in Nicaragua" are drawings of a visit by Anchorage students and teachers to a mountain village, Jinotega, as English teachers in a children's camp. Proceeds of art sales to benefit Outreach 360.
"Conversing in Nicaragua" displays drawings of a visit by Anchorage students and teachers to a mountain village, Jinotega, as English teachers in a children's camp. Proceeds of art sales to benefit Outreach 360.
See the new fall handbag collection and enjoy trunk show discounts as well as bites and bubbly
A one-of-a-kind book launch and art party with great music. Come celebrate the launch of Seth Kantner's new children's book, illustrated by Beth Hill.
Friends call him the paparazzi, shooting candid shots of friends, but his real passion is landscapes, architecture, and nature.
Evenson's interests converge in this showing of original acrylic paintings with strong structural dimensions and figures.
Photographer Cameron Grandorff's First Friday exhibit is hosted by Midnight Sun Cafe.
The Alaska Humanities Forum -- Artist Pamela Thompson and writer JuneMoon will show photography and poetry in their collaborative show "Transition." The show will be on display through the month of October.
Is science consistent with the various world religions? Attend this talk to hear one man's ideas..
Come to the Alaska Fine Arts Academy and hear "The Lullaby of Broadway."
Celebrating wilderness with films of adventure and beauty.
Multiple artists are featured at IGCA's October First Friday event.
What is the experience of hunger really like? Real life experts -- food pantry clients -- tell us how hunger impacts their families and communities using the art of photography.
See new works by Alaskan artist Robert Clayton.
A photographic display of Alaska landscapes
A congress of glass ravens,  a convocation of Ivory eagles, a gaggle of wooden geese, a herd of framed cranes and cosmic flights of cormorants .
Evening services ushering in Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement.
Bright acrylic and watercolor images with detailing in bold, black ink. This artwork represents the Alaska Kim Sherry grew up with and the Alaska she loves today - ranging from people, to animals, to scenes of Alaska and even the flowers in her garden.
An explosion of artwork shows the impact of her migration back to Alaska from growing up on the east coast and reconnecting with her Siberian Yupik heritage.
Help Heritage Frames welcome their new "Space Mate" The Gourmet Flavored Pasta Co.
At this 26th annual event, there's fun in store for the whole family.
A morality tale of young love told through the blossoming romance of two sweethearts who are besieged by their fathers and a bandit. Will their love survive? Will they become... The Fantasticks?
Collie Buddz is bringing his music back to Alaska.
These woodcuts began a simple concept for a rhyming children's counting book and expanded to consume almost three years of K.C. Crowley's time at the workbench carving into planks of poplar.
J Lee uses her "Childhood Totems" to tell her stories of tears. strength, laughter and love. Her Personal Totems have grown and changed but never left her. They are her voice.
Cake Studio presents the all new works of Christie DeMolina of Dakini North. Christi’s show “Pieces” is an experimental series of acrylic, watercolor and ink pieces on canvas.
Sevigny Studios presents well-known Alaskan artist Dawn Gerety with her book, “Color Me! Let’s Color Alaska Animals.”
Put some fun in your life. Learn to square dance with Paws & Taws Square Dance Club.
The Anchorage Senior Activity Center is hosting its annual Fall Book Sale, Oct, 4-7, and the public is encouraged to attend.
First Friday art at Bottoms Boutique
Save this hot date. Kaleidoscape Play Studio's First Friday presents a fire-fighter inspired collection of artwork from all over Anchorage.
Hands-on learning opportunity for kids plus auction that benefits Primrose Garden Preschool.
An Artistic Exposition of horned dinosaurs from Alaska and beyond
Alaska Women Speak, quarterly journal, is looking for poetry, prose and articles around the theme, “ Inspiration: What sparks your urge to create, to pursue, to accomplish?”
Bring your friends and family. Eat, drink, and dance - German style! So much fun you'll want to go both nights.
A basic, general Hatha yoga class that will focus on poses, breathing and realxation techniques to promote strength and flexibility and to reduce stress.
Learn how to cut glass into shapes and assemble, solder and finish them into a stained glass window panel.
Autumn would not be the same without a festive atmosphere celebrating the many attributes of beer. Oktoberfest is two full weekends of live music, souvenir steins and merrymaking.
Be transported by mood-altering art and 3-D graphics choreographed to some of Led Zeppelin’s biggest hits, including “Whole Lotta Love,” “Immigrant Song” and “Ramble On.”
Dive alongside deep-sea research pioneers to learn about marine biology, underwater geology and the history of deep-sea exploration.
Enjoy artist presentations and general admission to the museum’s galleries. 
Blast off into space in this guided tour of our larger planetary neighborhood.
In her solo exhibition, “Groundwork,” Keren Lowell treats fabric as a sculptural medium.
Mingle with Anchorage artist Keren Lowell and ask her questions about her new solo exhibition, “Groundwork.” 
New York artist Nathan Sawaya discusses what propels him to create awe-inspiring works of art out of some of the most unlikely things, like LEGO® bricks
This is a retreat designed for professionals with a carefully curated weekend of activities, workshops, gourmet food, music and entertainment that will leave you feeling full, inspired, and ready for winter.
Are you a family member, friend of someone who is living with a mental illness and want to learn how to best support them andyourself?   
Bring your family and friends to the 26th annual Make it Alaskan festival, showcasing all Alaskan made products, food, music and more. 
Fabrics, Yarn, Books, QuiltsFabric and yarn Sale, 10 AM to 4:00 PM Friday October 311:00 AM to 4:00 PM Saturday October 4.Fabrics at $1.00 - $2.00 a yard of every type and color. Yarn at 50¢ - $1.00 per skein. Then on the second day of the Fabric Sale, our Giant Book Sale starts.  An Amazing Collection of Every Title Imaginable.Great finds in Alaskana, Collectibles, Puzzles, CDs, DVDs, Records, Videos, Audiobooks and a Silent Auction.Book Sale is four days.11AM - 4PM Saturday October 4, 11AM to 4PM Sunday, 8AM to 5PM Monday and 8AM to 2PM Tuesday.Remember this is a great time to check out our ever changing selection of Quilts created by our volunteers in the quilt and craft room. Quilts and books always a great combination one to snuggle into the other to take you on wonderful adventures.
Join Liv and Van Friday nights at the Golden Lion for dance lessons.
In a Time of Change is a program that encourages visual, literary and performing artists to integrate artistic and scientific insights into the natural world.
The Alaska Watercolor Society announces the opening of its 40th Annual Juried Exhibition at a First Friday event.
Join the Alaska World Affairs Council  for “Will China Rule the World?” featuring Dr. Ronald Tammen, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government.
Be safe on the water. This course teaches the basics of safe boat operation and handling. 
Anchorage author and essayist Bill Sherwonit will present a 12-week nature and travel writing class this fall.
This class is designed for the beginner and for those who would like a refresher class to hone in the basic fundamentals of yoga.
 Fun at the Chugiak Eagle River Library on Thursdays with video games, board games, card games!
Help to save lives! Learn to provide cold-water safety & survival training in your community.
Are you new to Anchorage and looking for a family dental practice? Alcan Dental Group wants to help you feel as at home as possible. 
This Anchorage Museum-curated exhibition explores the creative potential of LEGO® toys and bricks.