Contributed by Carmen Summerfield - Read More
In the weeks preceding this event, Pat Garley (441-6728) will be offering workshops in metal casting and mold making at his studio in Palmer. These workshops will continue at the VAA Art on Fire Iron Pour Art Fest, when these molds are poured with liquid iron.
Contributed by Lyn Carden - Read More
The Grape Tap, Crazy Moose and The Awakening Coffee Shop will once again have delicious delectable treats for you to buy, as well as several food trucks will be on site to provide you with tasty local flair.
Contributed by Jess Lederman - Read More
The idea for my novel Hearts Set Free – an Amazon Best Seller in Contemporary Christian Fiction for the past two months – came to me not long after my first wife passed away, while I was living in Wasilla…
Contributed by Kristen Spencer - Read More
When you look at the cover of a gardening magazine, you see the flowers, but the emotional appeal – what makes you yearn to be there – is the artistic design elements in that setting.
Contributed by Lhing Mcneal - Read More
Kabayan Inc. Filipino-American Community of Matsu will be hosting this event for the very first time as part of our Health & Wellness Program in partnership with Matsu Health Foundation.
Contributed by Suzanne Edwards - Read More
Stop by Kaladi Brothers in the Carrs Mall during the month of June and feast your eyes on some very exciting watercolor pieces.
Contributed by Sue Fujimoto - Read More
Phantom has expressed a desire to be near other dogs and has started to become playful, especially around dogs that are her size or a little smaller. Loud or large rowdy dogs tend to scare her, but she may enjoy the company of another well-mannered dog in her future home.
Contributed by Kelleigh Orthmann - Read More
He's got the look of an Oriental Shorthair, and the personality of a golden retriever when he gets to know you. Playful, snuggly, expressive, and loyal. What more could anyone need?
Contributed by Angie Lewis - Read More
Yukon loves rides in the car, playing, being pet, and sleeping in bed with his people. He does not like being on leash, coming when called, and not much interested in learning tricks.
Contributed by Dana Hills - Read More
The day was packed with fun-filled activities. Jesika Reimer, Zoologist at the Alaska Center for Conservation Science, located at UAA provided some awesome and engaging information about bats, specifically the little brown bat.
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Garlic has been used in many cultures for both its culinary and medicinal properties. Folklore shows garlic bringing good luck, protecting against evil, warding off vampires and at the same time, guaranteeing to transform any meal into a bold, aromatic and healthy experience.
Contributed by Dawn Paulson - Read More
Every family goes through a hard time at one time or another, some families face more crises than others. Is crisis keeping you from being the best parent you can be? The key to making it through a difficult time is having a support system such as family and friends.
Contributed by Melissa Keefe - Read More
Fair scholarships are open to all Alaska junior and senior high school students who plan to attend college or vocational school.
Contributed by Justin Giles - Read More
About 8 years ago, I found myself home alone and bummed out on Christmas day. I had recently been through a bitter divorce, and the wife and kids were elsewhere. Loneliness stings. Out of nowhere I received a call from a friend who invited me to come down to the Menard Center for a free Christmas dinner…
Contributed by Susan Olson - Read More
Nestled in the trees at the edge of Flat Lake is a faith-based summer camp dedicated to giving every kid a week-long adventure. Even getting to Camp Tukuskoya is an adventure. The traditional summer camp, complete with cabins, a lodge with soaring windows, and dedicated staff, is accessible only by boat.
Contributed by Michelle Lackey Maynor - Read More
The much-anticipated racing season at Alaska Raceway Park kicked off Mother’s Day Weekend with two days of racing! Along with the exciting NASCAR & IHRA racing this year, Alaska Raceway Park has some exciting announcements for race fans as well!
Contributed by Sue Wallin - Read More
Step outside to the south patio for a gorgeous view and hundreds of hardy perennial plants that grow well in our climate. Members share plants from their own gardens. Trees, shrubs, berries, roots… plants large and small, with helpful growers standing by to answer your questions.
Contributed by Michael Consalo - Read More
In 2019, Make A Scene Magazine, in partnership with Michael C Marketing, The City of Wasilla and Q 99.7, just to name a few, came together to continue “The Pass @ The Park”. Rebranded “Music in the Park” this great event will offer live music, vendors, prizes, and food trucks, all with free admission.
Contributed by Helen Hegener - Read More
The inaugural issue, May-June 2019, featured articles about the construction of the Alaska Railroad, Yost's Roadhouse on the Richardson Trail, the barns of the 1935 Matanuska Colony Project, the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, and the All Alaska Sweepstakes sled dog races in Nome.
Contributed by Ailis Vann - Read More
Bring the family out to this year’s Colony Days celebration from June seventh through ninth and experience what makes Palmer such a vibrant and happy town.