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Oct 21 2014

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 the backstory behind Shaw's kooky and confrontational prints.
Learn biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing skills, equipment usage and health assessment.
Learn how to use this software to create presentations and discuss methods of presentation.
The Anchorage Civic Orchestra is looking for talented high-school aged musicians to play a Concerto at our March 21 concert.
How does a church lovingly discuss political topics? How do we respectfully disagree on topics?
Richard Murphy’s photographs and Tami Phelps’ mixed media resulted in a unique six piece exhibit: “Growing Panes: Reflections on an Amaryllis”.
"Living with a secret is hell," says Grever. "You can't give yourself wholly to someone else if you're hiding a secret."
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. 
Photographer and explorer Carl Battreall will give a presentation on his two recent spring trips in the eastern Alaska Range, including a first ascent in the Nutzotin Mountains.
Learn how to write your own memoir story. The story you love to tell every chance you get. The story that's haunted your memory for years. The story that makes everyone say, "you ought to write a book."
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.
Dust off your horn and drumsticks and join the Anchorage Community Band.
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.
UAA Faculty Davin Holen, Ryan Fortson and Lia Slemons discuss teaching, their courses and their work focusing on Alaska.
Take your business to the next level with a trained facilitator.
Whether you are a competitive runner or just want to get out and see a new trail or meet new friends, this is the event for you. Three separate race courses are set each week at a different location around town.
Hit the Hard Rock Cafe for craft beer and bar bites.
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.
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?   
An inductive small group Bible Study on the Book of 1 Samuel for women
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. 
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.
Come on down, bring your ax, and cut heads with the best players in town.
 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. 
Are you afraid of public speaking?  You are not alone.  Want to become more confident speaking in front of a group?  Come to our weekly meetings and learn how to shake those speaking butterflies and reach your full potential as a communicator.
This weekly support/discussion group is open to any adult dealing with cancer, either personally or as a family member, friend or caregiver.  
The hit Broadway musical takes the stage in Anchorage.