May 29 2015

Enjoy a visit to 1920s Anchorage.
Come on down and graze local food trucks.
New Display of Art from Ravenink Printing
The National Park Service is reminding procrastinators that the entry period for the 2015 Denali road lottery, which takes place (weather permitting) on September 17, 18, 20, and 21 (Thursday, Friday,Sunday and Monday), is open through Saturday, May 31, 2015. 
Catch one of the most popular Alaskan bands in Homer during their "Sound of Home" album release tour.
Alaska Dance Promotions is bringing the heat to Alaska with this hot new dance. Join our workshop and learn this beautiful dance in just 3 hours.
Come rock out to the music of Danger Money, and also check out Club Halo, the newest, live musician's minded stage in Alaska, right in downtown Anchorage.
Guided walks for preschoolers
A tragic comedy with a werewolf, vampires, three feisty sisters, a lovely bride and a severed head. Mommy dearest has returned.
Family Tree Presents and Lamplighter are proud to bring Cult Leader to Anchorage for an all ages show at Anchorage Community Works. http://deathwishinc.com/bands/156/ https://www.facebook.com/CultLeaderMusic
Northern Made Creations presents Larry Kingry’s Athabascan hand crafted wood vases and bowls at the Gift Shop & Gallery at 1120 Huffman Road #18 (Huffman Square).
All you golf and disc golf enthusiasts, listen up.
A different section of the Torah is assigned for each week at the Friday evening and Saturday morning service.
Study passages of the literature of the Rabbis. We are currently studying the sephardic commentary on the Tanach, Me’am Loez.
Registration and participation is free for youth of all ages across the state, from Barrow to Ketchikan. Lemonade Day Alaska is a statewide endeavor that teaches children of all ages the skills needed to become successful entrepreneurs in the future.
De-stress yourself via meditation with Kabira Lyon, who has been in the practice of meditation for the last 35 years.
Jade Lady Meditation and Oriental Healing Arts Center presents Tai Chi in the Park - a free community program. 
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.
Alcohol Ink Showcase- Vibrant art from community artists featuring Francine Dufour Jones. Originals and prints.
We are now enrolling students of all ages for all our summer camps
Out of devastating events in the cosmos comes new creation. Explosive phenomena are responsible for the way we see the universe today, and not all of them happen on a grand scale.
Learn the history of the telescope, from Galileo's modifications to a child's spyglass, using two small pieces of glass, to the launch of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the future of astronomy.
Immerse yourself in a race to the Moon 40 years after the historic Apollo landings.
Observe Alaska’s iconic brown bears as they nurture cubs, fish for salmon, and play in their natural environment.
Marvel as the Northern Lights shimmer and glisten overhead through time-lapse footage captured in the Arctic Circle.
Experience a ride through the snowy forests of Lapland, visit reindeer herds living in the tundra and learn how they survive the extreme cold where no trees can grow.
This animated adventure explains one of the greatest geological events in Earth’s history: the separation of the supercontinent Pangaea.
Step into the dark, grab a penlight, and experience the wonder of polar night inside the museum.
Florian Schulz’s photographs reveal a world teeming with life amidst complex natural systems that fuel our global economy and affect our health and environment.
Sea ice provides hunters and whalers with vital access to resources, it helps to moderate the world’s weather, and it is home to much of the microscopic life that supports some of the world’s most valuable fisheries. Explore the historical role this material has played in the Arctic.
Baseball was becoming a national craze, and Alaskans made it distinctly their own. “Home Field Advantage” reveals how this national pastime adapted to arctic conditions.
From rain gutters to insulation and roofing, 1houseN prompts us all to consider the choices we make about how we design and build for the North and its extremes.
This temporary “northern landscape as sculpture” installation expresses the fluctuating nature and migration of the circumpolar boreal forest, exposing pertinent issues and relationships involving ecology, industrial systems, and the process of regeneration.
With a nod to Anchorage’s beginnings as a tent city for railroad workers on Ship Creek, Alaska artist and photographer Michael Conti transforms a canvas tent into a camera obscura within the museum.
Local bands play and there's a beer garden.
Meet the Anchorage Museum’s reptiles and marine animals, explore the hidden layers in candy and learn how to create a static charge. These science experiences intrigue and amuse. Demonstrations vary. Science demonstrations: Noon and 3 p.m. daily. Animal demonstrations: 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily. Included with admission.
Get a behind-the scenes look at an Anchorage Museum conservator in action. Ask questions while the conservator repairs and preserves cultural and historical objects at a mobile conservation station, and learn how a conservator applies knowledge of materials and scientific methods to care for the museum's collection.
Enjoy programming for grownups at the museum after hours. Parts of the museum are open late on Fridays. Part of the Anchorage Museum’s Polar Lab, a series of programs exploring life in the North. Admission is half the usual price. To the Arctic Opening: George Divocky, Ph.D, discusses climate change in Alaska. Also May 29, pedestrian crosswalk flag workshop: Help make Anchorage’s crosswalks safer. Decorate pedestrian crosswalk flags that will be installed at three intersections around town.
Join a museum docent for a 45-minute guided tour and learn about Alaska’s history, art, indigenous people and more. Tours vary each day and include museum highlights and tours of the Anchorage Centennial exhibition “City Limits.” For the daily schedule visit the front desk or call (907) 929-9215. Included with admission.
This free class will teach you about what the judge expects, evidence, testimony, objections, exhibits and witnesses.  
Learn to archery skills with northwest archers.
Learn good technique, fun moves, variations, and styling for the social dance floor
This tango of dominance between actress and director and woman and man is a laugh-out-loud study of the politics of sex and power guaranteed to charm. 
"Legally Blonde Jr.," based on "Legally Blonde: The Musical," comes to Eagle River for an older teen musical theatre intensive.
Artists are invited to submit works for the 41st Alaska Watercolor Society Exhibition by June 3.
Story Hour for preschoolers is a fun time of Bible stories, games, crafts, music, snacks and movement activities for young children while their Moms also study the Bible.
Experience a ride through the snowy forests of Lapland, visit reindeer herds living in the tundra and learn how they survive the extreme cold where no trees can grow.
The festival is family-friendly and offers activities for both birders and non-birders alike, including field trips, seminars, kids’ activities, evening banquets, cultural events, a bird-banding demonstration, and an art display.
A beginners Salsa class is from 8-9 p.m. for $10. A Bachata class is from 9-9:30 p.m., followed by a dance party that is only $5.
A half hour of stories, songs, and more to build early literacy skills; a blend of fun and education for children birth through kindergarten and their caregivers.
A half hour of stories, songs and movement that build early literacy skills and prepare your preschooler ages three to five for Kindergarten.
A half hour of stories, songs, and more to build early literacy skills; a blend of fun and education for children birth through kindergarten and their caregivers.
A half hour of stories, songs, and more to build early literacy skills; a blend of fun and education for children birth through kindergarten and their caregivers.
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.