Aug 15 2014

Get ready for Meringue and Electro Latin music
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Be the angler who reels in the largest Silver Salmon.
Toddlers and pre-schoolers can participate in a library music program.
New programs include business and computer skills, professional development opportunities, online training for busy schedules, new culinary one-night classes and music/dance programs.
Catch the Talkeetna version of improv theater.
45 minute guided tours feature history of Early Anchorage and the daily life of the Anderson family
A wild and fun country western musical set in Texas.
Learn how to sketch fashion ideas and use the sixties stories of fashion icons to create images of fashion.
Come down to Fender Fridays and watch the The King of Rock-o-la make his guitar scream.
See an exhibit that celebrates fashion and accessories.
Walk along the historic Homer harbor docks and learn about the boats, fishing and some of the characters that have shaped Homer’s vibrant maritime history.
Learn more about the tools of animals and how they use them.
Musicians young and advanced have an opportunity to play in summer band.
Would you like access to a laptop or iPad?
Take the H&R Block Income Course to learn how to prepare taxes like a pro.
Teens tighten their writing skills.
Kids get ready for kindergarten.
Take in a movie with the family.
For every 1,000 people that officially sign up, we will give away $1,000 in a drawing (all participants will be entered into a drawing) and we’ll also give $1,000 to Doctors Without Borders, an international charity organization. 
It's time to submit your film to the festival.
Join a museum docent for a 45-minute guided tour and learn about Alaska’s history, art, indigenous people and more. 
Alaska Women Speak is looking for stories, poems, articles, photos for the Fall 2014 theme: Cabins I Have Loved. 
This class is taught by LPGA Professional, Peggy Gustafson. 
A burger, beer and a basket balls for only $15.
Hear a talk titled "Economics of the Environment."
Come and enjoy the best of Greek culture in Alaska! Taste traditional foods from lamb to vegan and traditional Greek pastries and listen to traditional Greek folk music.
Marvel as the Northern Lights shimmer and glisten overhead through time-lapse footage captured in the Arctic Circle.
This immersive, full-dome planetarium show plants you in the middle of the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary, where more than 100 brown bears congregate each summer to bulk up for the harsh winter.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake, this exhibition looks at this devastating event scientifically and historically.
Visit the Anchorage Museum to see the Kobuk Valley National Park exhibit, a place where Alaska meets "Lawrence of Arabia."
See a full dome show about American Indian star lore, lunar phases and more.
Take a curator's tour with a Smithsonian anthropologist.
Stop in for a meeting of the Mat-Su Business Alliance.
Do you know how old water is? Learn all about it. 
How did life on Earth begin? Find out on this journey through time.
Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church (HTGOC) is hosting their 20th Annual Greek Festival. 
Take a walk through Alaska Botanical Garden with a knowledgeable garden or naturalist.
Join the Eagle River Nature Center for  for a 3/4 mile walk around the Rodak Loop to learn about the history, flora and fauna of the Eagle River Valley. 
Ian's Game Paradise, the best video game store in all of Alaska is celebrating it's five year anniversary in business with a giant video game party.
In this workshop we will explore names, meanings and origins of songs and their cultural roles in daily life of African descendant peoples.
Music in the Park with Alaska Native Heritage Center features Alaska Native dancers, singers and story tellers performing.
The exhibition features artwork by 28 Alaskan artists.
Anchorage Museum presents 'Gyre. The Plastic Ocean' a stunning visual story of trash in the world's oceans told through a handful of mediums, Feb. 7 through Sept. 6.