Make an preserve Palmer regional history by attending the Palmer Museum's historic photograph open house. Attendees will have the opportunity to identify, share and learn about preserving local visual history.
Come celebrate the art and artists of the Mat-Su Valley.
A new methadone clinic is opening here this spring, nearly a year after the city’s only clinic closed despite deepening concern about the Valley’s lack of drug treatment options.Zaz Hollander
Learn how to identify depression, improve emotional intelligence, enhance energy, overcome through lifestyle choices, eat for optimal brain function, manage stress, live above loss, and achieve peak mental performance.
Please join in for dinner with Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock at 6 p.m. on Feb. 25 at Palmer's own Turkey Red Restaurant.
It’s Palmer’s own Second Saturday when your friendly downtown small businesses roll out enticements for all community members.
Learn why the Matanuska River Watershed is featured in an upcoming documentary film about climate change.
Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock was born and raised in Alaska. Her first novel, "The Smell of Other People's Houses," tells the stories of teenagers whose quirky, tragic and interconnected lives are shaped by an equally unsentimental environment—Alaska in the early 70's.
Ernestine Hayes will visit Fireside Books to read from and discuss her book, "Blonde Indian", and sign copies.
Ben Busch comes to Fireside Books fresh from co-leading “Danger Close: Alaska”, a writing workshop for Veterans and civilians sponsored by 49 Writers.
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