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Oct 22 2014

Join the Anchorage Avalanche Center for its first event of the season. Get stoked for winter as we watch some of the most extreme steep skiers on the planet explore Chamonix's "death-gnar" in the lighthearted film "T'es pas bien la?" (downside up).
This bullying prevention class has a focus on children with disabilities.
Our nation's political culture should allow public officials to make policy choices of conscience which differ from their party’s position, and recognize such moments of conscience as a mark of leadership and devotion to public service, rather than a failure of loyalty to party.
Dimond Center has teamed up with Team Hollywood, a youth mentoring group of retired NBA players and coaches, to develop a team that provides activities and programs for our Alaska communities, the “Team Hollywood Dimond Center Ballers." They will play two games at Dimond Center's Ice Chalet on Oct 22 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Learn biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing skills, equipment usage and health assessment.
Dave Atcheson discusses his memoir "Dead Reckoning, Navigating a Life on the Last Frontier, Courting Tragedy on its High Seas." Photographer Jeff Schultz discusses "Chasing Dogs – My Adventures as the Official Photographer Alaska’s Iditarod."
The Anchorage Civic Orchestra is looking for talented high-school aged musicians to play a Concerto at our March 21 concert.
Alaska Telephone Association invites you to stop in and visit with over 70 vendors supporting telecom and technology providers in Alaska. Free attendance and seminars.
In this exciting workshop, you will learn about the four quadrants of emotional intelligence as a means to facilitate change and create employee loyalty and to maximize the natural skills, talents and abilities of the employees that you manage.
All are invited to enter Cyrano Theatre's contest. Just tell them about your most terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
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.
"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.
Discover which fruits and vegetables are best suited for freezing and drying. Learn what makes these preservation methods successful (or not so successful). Finally, discover how easy it is to make healthy, kid-friendly fruit leather from fruit purees.
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.
One stop destination to learn about transportation projects in the Mat-Su Valley.
UAA Continuing Education is taking the Herb Garden to task here to show you some more creative dishes to make with a variety of herbs and seasonings.
Join us every Wednesday as Hard Rock Cafe showcases a local artist.
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?”
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.
This course is for aspiring and existing entrepreneurs who want to turn passion into reality.
Break into the field of tax preparation.
The Dimond Talkers club and Toastmaster International’s mission is to provide tools to help members improve leadership skills and become competent public speakers.
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?   
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. 
Take advantage of free health screenings, health education and low cost, high quality blood tests.  
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!
International/Israeli Folk Dancing at the Loussac Library!
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. 
The hit Broadway musical takes the stage in Anchorage.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Alaska Dispatch News and the UAA Seawolf Debate Program co-host a marijuana legalization debate at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub. 
Investigative journalist and author of "Escape from Camp 14: One Man's Remarkable Odyssey from North Korea to Freedom in the West." With Alaskan author Don Rearden.
One in every two women in Alaska is a victim of domestic violence. Come together as a community of faith to hold a prayer service for everyone involved. We will conclude the service by releasing lanterns of hope in the Park Strip.
2014 Alaska Patient Safety Conference, Putting Alaskans First in the Last Frontier!
Look and feel better!
UAA is proud to present the 29th Annual No Big Heads self portrait exhibition. This year's juror, Jesse Shaw, is a printmaker from Tennessee who is known for his satirically narrative and politically charged work.
Learn biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing skills, equipment usage and health assessment.
Dave Atcheson discusses his new memoir "Dead Reckoning, Navigating a Life on the Last Frontier, Courting Tragedy on its High Seas."
The Anchorage Civic Orchestra is looking for talented high-school aged musicians to play a Concerto at our March 21 concert.
Alaska Telephone Association invites you to stop in and visit with over 70 vendors supporting telecom and technology providers in Alaska. Free attendance and seminars.
Participate in hands-on training in first aid and in cpr/aed while earning a 2 year certification approved by the American Red Cross.
Participate in hands-on training and earn a two year certification.
Homer’s classic comes roaring to life in a contemporary new telling and becomes breathtakingly relevant.
A national juried self-portrait competition of limited size. This year’s juror is Jesse Shaw.  Shaw is a printmaker from Tennessee primarily working in relief prints carved from linoleum blocks
Fiddle dance to foot-stomping, two-stepping, jitter-bug, jig, and line dance music
Thursday services include Holy Communion, devotional prayers, beautiful melodies, and a short homily based on the lessons from the previous Sunday.
All are invited to enter Cyrano Theatre's contest. Just tell them about your most terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
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. 
A musical based on the famous book captures the joys, longings, complaints, wicked thoughts and sweet fantasies of childhood.
Can a modern witch really find true love?
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Peter Olsson is the Alaska State Climatologist with the Alaska State Climate Center (ASCC). Dr. Birgit Hagedorn is manager of the Applied Science and Engineering Technology Labs (ASET).
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?”
Dive alongside deep-sea research pioneers to learn about marine biology, underwater geology and the history of deep-sea exploration.
Author Bill Sherwonit and biologist Rick Sinnott share stories and images of wild critters that live in Anchorage and surrounding areas. 
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.
Affordable Thursday night yoga in East Anchorage
Break into the field of tax preparation.
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. 
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!
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. 
The hit Broadway musical takes the stage in Anchorage.