The film "Paper Tigers" follows the lives of six students in Walla Walla, Wash., as they attend an alternative high school that has begun to look at how chronic stressful events such as child abuse, neglect and household dysfunction (called adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs) can impact youth and how promoting resilience can help.
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. Explore the New Horizons spacecraft, its mission to dwarf planet Pluto, and how the scientific method applies to our understanding of the Solar System.
Alaska leads the nation with the highest rate of senior population growth, yet current housing stock lacks the adaptations that allow older Alaskans and the disabled to stay in their homes as long as possible. This discussion will focus on ways to modify homes cost effectively.
This is a flowing physical yet gentle form of Yoga that is perfect for beginners or those who want an easy going yoga class with the benefits of Hatha (physical) Yoga, movement, deep stretches and relaxation.
Keynote speaker Kevin Anselm will discuss the future of inter-state equity based crowdfunding in Alaska and securities law, and a panel of local crowdfunders will discuss the elements of running a successful campaign and the unexpected roadblocks that may arise.
Join composer, music instructor and opera lover, Kathleen Bielawski for informal and lively meetings to discuss the upcoming operas to be presented by the Metropolitan Opera "Live In HD" series, broadcast live and in Encore presentations at the Century and Tikhatnu movie theaters.
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.