Feb 7 2016

Every Friday is family movie night at Anchorage Public Library. Grab a bag of popcorn or a snack and settle in for a new favorite or classic movie. 
Everyone can play at First Presbyterian Church’s Souper Bowl Party.  
The excitement of a community over a sports team can be contagious.
This week's Bible lesson includes the passage from I Corinthians 2 promising things revealed unto us by his spirit.
The ATOM Center presents Lizette Stheir and she will be speaking on the importance of taking full personal responsibility for your life.
When his disciples see Jesus transformed into a heavenly figure, the ineffable is introduced into their physical world.
It's time to jig. Join the Northern Lights Celtic Dancers for a beginner dance class series of eight lessons for $60. Ages 5 through adult are welcome.
If you can't seem to lose those stubborn pounds, aches, fatigue symptoms then this four-week small group program is for you.
Do you want to meet a book with a great personality? Check out a blind date.
Do you love music? Do you play an acoustic instrument? Then come and jam with Nick the Dream Weaver. All skill levels welcome.
Moderow signs copies of her recently published book, "Fast into the Night: A Woman, Her Dogs, and Their Journey North on the Iditarod Trail."
Bike Anchorage is excited to announce the 7th Annual Winter Bike Fest. They have tons of fun events to celebrate Anchorage as the best Winter City.
ADOT&PF releases draft Alaska State Rail Plan; invites Alaskans to review the plan in Online Open House
Michael Conti is a photographer and video artist based in Anchorage. Conti’s solo exhibition at the Anchorage Museum will focus on hockey from social, cultural and gender perspectives.
This exhibition celebrates the contemporary work of Alaska artists.
Alaska Native artists’ perspectives are featured in this exhibition curated by Drew Michael.
20th Annual Alaska Ski for Women.  Timed and non-timed skiers of all ages and abilities take part in this event that raises money to help Alaska non-profits battle domestic violence.
Enjoy winter, learn to skate ski with Anchorage Parks and Recreation.
Enjoy winter, learn to classic ski with Anchorage Parks and Recreation.
Enjoy winter, learn to ski with Anchorage Parks and Recreation.
Learn to ski with Anchorage Parks and Recreation.
Come to Willow for the 55th Annual State Willow State Winter Carnival. The 2016 theme is sandhill cranes. Two weekends of fun indoor and outdoor activities for all ages and interests.
Preschoolers love story hour.
The 2016 Science for Alaska Lecture Series will run on Tuesdays, Jan. 19 through Feb. 23.
It's time to vote for your favorite super hero.
Fire scorched splintered wood doors and windows that have been reclaimed and constructed from the devastating loss fill the Leah J. Peterson Gallery at Alaska Pacific University, opening Feb. 5, 2016.
An exhibition of textile work created by Alaskan fiber artists.
Textile artist Amy Meissner uses traditional quilt forms to communicate a contemporary viewpoint on tradition, life, history and memory.
Birch baskets and canoes
Adaptation and resistance, exaggeration and lies, dreams and memories are recurring themes in Nicholas Galanin’s work. He draws upon a wide range of Indigenous technologies and global materials when exploring ideas through his art.
The Alaska Speedskating Club offers opportunities for people of all ages who have any level of previous skating experience to learn how to speed skate.
A wacky comedy which features a down-on-his-luck lounge musician who finds himself playing in an Anchorage night club, where he is soon joined by a gorgeous mother/daughter team of professional assassins, who are there to perform their next “hit.” These dangerous women have only a sketchy idea of what their next victim looks like, so it could be anybody -- the bartender (Devin Frey), the down and out lounge player, or some hapless victim in the audience...
Communion is served the first Sunday of the month, all are welcome to come forward and partake in the holy sacraments.
Travel back in time and experience the massive volcanic eruptions that shaped the Earth and solar system.
Every year the Royal Observatory Greenwich runs an international competition called the Astronomy Photographer of the Year (APY).
Learn how the airplane has changed the world. Filmed in 18 countries across all seven continents, “Living in the Age of Airplanes” renews an appreciation for one of the most extraordinary and awe-inspiring aspects of the modern world.
Narrated by two Athabascan Native Alaskans, “Aurora Storm” teaches about the causes of the aurora and how humans who live in the arctic are inspired by what they see.
Observe Alaska’s iconic brown bears as they nurture cubs, fish for salmon, and play in their natural environment.
The predominant stereotype of the Arctic is that it is a place untouched. “Portraits of Place” breaks open the idea of a pristine landscape and replaces it with a North that is both inhabited and complex.
Fairbanks award winning photographer Charles Mason visits 14 small U.S. zoos.
Rhonda Scott paints hometown Anchorage sites and reminds everyone why it is so great to live here.
The Rhythm Heals concert, featuring SHEL and No Evidence of Disease, is part of the 2016 Let Every Woman Know Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Weekend.
Authors Sherry Simpson, Benjamin Busch, Elliott Ackerman, and Lea Carpenter will lead a two-day multi-genre workshop for 24 evenly-apportioned civilian and veteran writers.
Come join us on Sunday evenings and finish out your week with a relaxing class of candlelight yoga.
Meet the Anchorage Museum’s reptiles and marine animals, explore the hidden layers in candy and learn how to create a static charge.
First time cross country skier. Need to tune your racing skills. These lessons are for all.
Do You Have A Passion For Helping Children Learn?
Bring your instrument or voice and jam along with the AJW jazz students at the Lofts Hotel Music Café
Alaska Native artists’ perspectives are featured in this exhibition curated by Drew Michael.
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.
Art Kids draw, paint and sculpt creative art projects that investigate new media and techniques.
Weekly meditation with returning Anchorage resident Dana Lederhos. Everyone is welcome.
Everyone is invited to the Sunday service.