Nov 29 2015

Experience the madness of power and celebrity through the eyes of the original gossip girl.
Jesus preached accompanied by many "signs and wonders." 
Join us for a four week advent journey to discover why, where and how we are sent as we begin to understand that  Jesus’ birth was not a one-time occurrence;  every Christmas has the possibility of Jesus being born again in our lives and in our world. 
thread is celebrating its 30th anniversary of advancing early care and learning in Alaska. thread, in partnership with the Alaska State Council on the Arts, is looking for 10 Alaskan artists to create 30 pieces of artwork with young children in local early care and learning programs. This project is titled ABC – Art By Children. The completed artworks will become the property of thread and will be displayed at a fundraising event in late April in Anchorage.
What does it mean to be filled with hope and act on faith?
 When we become weak, down, underestimate ourselves or think we can never reach our dreams,  it is important that we always remember we are all children of God. 
It's time for holiday photos with Santa.
Meet the Anchorage Museum’s reptiles and marine animals, explore the hidden layers in candy and learn how to create a static charge.
This open-source international exhibit showcases the incredible variety of light-based science being researched today across the electromagnetic spectrum, across scientific disciplines, and across technological platforms.
Preschoolers and toddlers get creative, experiment and play with a variety of hands-on activities and demonstrations.
Come see Alaska’s most exciting dog sport! Admission is free.
Do You Have A Passion For Helping Children Learn?
The playgroup invites children ages 2 to 6 and their caregiver for weekly meetings in an outdoor setting, focusing on nurturing the body and soul of all who participate through song, story and play.
Bring your instrument or voice and jam along with the AJW jazz students at the Lofts Hotel Music Café
Twelve new collages by Suzanne Dvorak and twelve new photographs by Bob Eastaugh, all printed on silk fabric, and hung to ripple and flex during the month of November at Great Harvest Bread Co.
“100 Snapshots” offers a glimpse into the daily lives of residents of Alaska’s largest city, beginning with the arrival of railroad workers and their families in 1915 and continuing through the 1980s oil boom.
Alaska Native artists’ perspectives are featured in this exhibition curated by Drew Michael.
Starting from ancient times, learn about the history of planetary discovery, especially that of Pluto, and how it has led to an amazing mission to explore the Kuiper Belt.
Connie has been busy creating one-of-a-kind framed tiled mosaics for her First Friday show.  
Watch a story about how the airplane has changed the world.
“Light: Beyond the Bulb” celebrates the many forms of light and helps us to understand the world we inhabit and the universe we live in, and is part of our exhibit located in the Discovery Center.
How did life on Earth begin? Find out on this journey through time.
This ski program is for adults who wish to improve their physical condition meet new ski partners, and improve their skate skiing skills.
Would you like to use a laptop or iPad?  The Teen Underground has open access.
TWS is a place to write and share with peers and occasionally hear from a professional.  
Master printmaker Garry Kaultiz will exhibit playful combinations of color, shapes, and line discovered through a creative printmaking process called collagraphy.
Two artists from Seward reflect on their natural environment, one with a brush , one with a chisel.
Do you love music? Do you play an acoustic instrument? Then come and jam with Nick the Dream Weaver.
This 6-week workshop will help you prevent or delay complications, plan meals, deal with stress and depression, exercise more and learn about medication usage, positive thinking and communications skills.
How does a bird weighing as little as a pencil survive Alaska’s winter? Come find out.
West Coast Swing, hustle and country western 2-step lessons, beginning and intermediate levels.
For more than a decade, the Rasmuson Foundation has been giving annual grants to Alaska’s museums to acquire contemporary art. This unique program has allowed museums throughout the state, to purposefully build their collections.
This exhibition offers a unique opportunity to view some of the newest additions to the Anchorage Museum’s extensive collection.
The Anchorage Museum is redefining the traditional museum experience. Visitors explore Vincent van Gogh’s masterpieces in larger-than-life proportions. Be prepared for a vibrant symphony of light, color and sound, combined and amplified to create an unforgettable multi-sensory experience.
Art Kids draw, paint and sculpt creative art projects that investigate new media and techniques.
Take a drive down beautiful Turnagain Arm and stop by Laura Walter's fused glass studio where you will find a wide variety of bright and colorful glass Christmas ornaments, nightlights, plates, bowls, mirrors, mobiles, plant stakes, window and wall hangings.
Weekly meditation with returning Anchorage resident Dana Lederhos. Everyone is welcome.
The Wooden Ski Classic returns to Russian Jack Park: Bring out your knickers and wooden skis for an old town classic race the Sunday after Thanksgiving followed by a traditional Scandinavian breakfast.
Discover the Gospel of John. Women of all faiths, or no faith, are welcome
Relax, unwind, get fit.
Everyone is invited to the Sunday service.
This fictional account based on a true story is a heartwarming compelling oratorio that is culturally rich and will be a unique Holiday treat for the entire family.
This open-source international exhibit showcases the incredible variety of light-based science being researched today across the electromagnetic spectrum, across scientific disciplines, and across technological platforms.
Archival photographs, art, artifacts and memorabilia showcase the rich history of baseball in Anchorage and throughout the state, including how late 19th century icebound whalers spread ashes on sea ice to form baseball diamonds.