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Nov 23 2014

Ulla Rasilainen Presents  "Quantum Healing and Past Life Regression". Ulla shares insights on these topics from her recent studies with Dolores Cannon in Arkansas.
Kids find out what snowmen do at night.
Get introduced to this unexpected holiday card game with ever-changing rules -- even the object of the game changes as often as you draw a card and say, "Go!" Recommended for ages 12 and up.
Meet David Jensen, well known local photographer and author of the new book "When Age Has No Leash, lessons learned from senior dogs."
8th Annual Raven Art Show and Benefit for Anchorage Bird TLC at the new Arctic Rose Gallery. Come meet Crawford the raven and her handler Deanne from Bird TLC, and enjoy raven themed art from community artists.
The sermon, based on the Gospel of Matthew, explores how we encounter Christ in our daily lives.
Join in a lively discussion about the vivid human stories of the Bible.
Give thanks for the ministry of First Presbyterian Church and the Presbytery of the Yukon.   
What is the meaning of Thanksgiving? Attend Unity Church and find out.
For grades 7-12. Entries due by noon, Dec. 20. Each entry is $5 on Paypal. Students must have a teacher sponsor. Exhibition is will take place in Anchorage at the Margeret Hugi Lewis Gallery, Feb. 2-14.
On this Sunday we will finish our 4 part series on Unlikely Heroes. Pastor John will be preaching on the “Unlikely Hero: Jesus.”
ANM-Eagle River offers cross country ski lessons and training groups to skiers of all abilities, from those who have never skied to those looking to race, in both skate and classic techniques
Carve traditional Finnish shaving trees and Scandinavian fanbirds.
MEZ Pottery brings unique and handmade functional art to your local pub where you can indulge your holiday cheer and support local business and artisans.
Escape winter's chill by enjoying cozy atmosphere, great food, nice company and heartfelt art.
No one is who they appear to be in this UAA production of one of William Shakespeare’s best known comedies.
The rockingest chick that ever lived in Alaska.
As the local guru of the encaustic medium (not to mention the owner/operator at Doriola’s), Janet Hickok’s new originals are concoctions of intrigue.
Awash in color and brought to life by contrast and form, mixed media original works by Kim Marcucci are some of the most sought-after among Anchorage art lovers.
ACBL sanctioned duplicate bridge. Hand records available so you can work on improving your game and developing partnership communication.
King Career Center seeks alumni to help celebrate the school's 40th anniversary.
See and purchase quilts created by local quilters to benefit THREAD, Alaska's resource for quality child care.
Doors open at 9 a.m. with free breakfast at 10 a.m. Come watch the game on multiple screens with plenty of room for your friends.
Dive alongside deep-sea research pioneers to learn about marine biology, underwater geology and the history of deep-sea exploration.
Learn about skijoring from Kierston Lippman of the Anchorage Skijor Club at the Eagle River Nature Center
Be transported by mood-altering art and 3-D graphics choreographed to some of Led Zeppelin’s biggest hits, including “Whole Lotta Love."
Announcing auditions for UAA's first show of 2015.
The AJW hosts a fun weekly Open Jazz Jam Session for middle, high school, college age music and vocal students. Bring your instrument and jam on jazz, blues, Latin and funk songs.
Art kids studio classes focus on individual development of self expression by building confidence and imagination through fun creative art projects based in traditional art training.
"Bible Studies" by Steve Falcone offers a modern comedic twist re-imaginings of familiar stories.
Group show curated by artists Garry Kaulitz and Lowell Zercher responding to the theme of Denial. Pieces include some form of transfer art and includes multiple artists from the Alaska art community.
New landscapes by Fairbanks painter Sarah DeGennaro feature wild spaces of Alaska's Interior painted while on camping trips.
Learn how to use media tools for professional networking and marketing.
The Anchorage Civic Orchestra is looking for talented high-school aged musicians to play a Concerto at our March 21 concert.
Learn to successfully and effectively navigate the Internet based on understanding the structure of online information.
All are invited to enter Cyrano Theatre's contest. Just tell them about your most terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
Open to children ages four and five who would like to learn to cross country ski.
Little Nordic Saturday group is open to children ages four and five years old who would like to learn to cross country ski.
Sing songs, read stories, and move with Mr. Clay.
One of Alaska's most popular Arts & Crafts show for 36 years boasts all-Alaska handcrafted arts, crafts and foods. About 260 booths with Alaska's most talented artists offering their one-of-a- kind creations make this exciting shopping at its best.
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?”
New Day Christian Center welcomes new members.
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?   
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.
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. 
Like to sing? Join community members who practice Handel's "Messiah" in preparation for the annual concert.
For more than 30 years, the “All Alaska Juried Exhibition” has recognized the unique contributions Alaska artists are making to the world of contemporary art.
The “Rarefied Light” exhibit showcases the best of Alaska’s fine art photography.
Sacred Harp singing is a uniquely American folk tradition of four-part, a cappella, social, shape-note singing.
“Cabin Fever” examines the emotions and behaviors that manifest after hours of darkness and isolation, a state of mind particularly common in the North.