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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Does salmon inspire you? If so, The Salmon Project  would like you to take a moment to tell them why in an original haiku.
Interior Gas Utility Chairman Bob Shefchik will present the Interior Gas Utility's plan to bring natural gas to the Fairbanks North Star Borough as part of the Community Energy Lecture Series. The presentation will discuss the six-phase build out plan within the Fairbanks North Star Borough.  
Volunteers will be offering free last-minute tax preparation and advice, explanation of forms, electronic filing, assistance with copying and help on tax matters
At this timely event historian Curtis Murphy (UAA History Dept.) shares his understanding of the critical developments in Ukraine and Russia today.
Join Alaska Mobile Photo and Friends for an evening of hands on demonstrations, taking mobile cell phone photography to the next level.
Visit Alaska’s premier juried outdoor and nature photography show. 
 New York based company, The One-Minute Play Festiva and Perseverance Theatre1 created a dynamic partnership to bring The 1st Alaska One-Minute Play Festival to Anchorage.
Learn about American food during this traveling exhibit. 
Perform a one minute play in Anchorage.
Local radio DJ Jack Tobin plays local music on KNOR-FM 106.1.
Take part in the free pub run every Tuesday.
The weekly open mic night, at Tap Root, has a special host.
Don't miss the friendly pub competition at Tap Root.
Belly dance classes are an alternative way to spend your lunch break.
Getaway for the weekend and head to Talkeetna on the Alaska Railroad.
Watch the northern lights dance in the sky during this train ride. 
Take a five night adventure trip from Alaska's biggest city to the golden heart city.
The UAA Kimura Gallery brings love story paintings and drawings together.
Anchorage Museum presents 'Gyre. The Plastic Ocean' a stunning visual story of trash in the world's oceans told through a handful of mediums, Feb. 7 through Sept. 6.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Paint with a professional at SubZero in Anchorage.
Drink wine, taste olive oil from around the world and listen to some local tunes. 
Learn how to write for radio. 
Does salmon inspire you? If so, The Salmon Project  would like you to take a moment to tell them why in an original haiku.
National Park Service historian Katie Ringsmuth (UAA History Dept.), anthropologist, author, oral historian Ann Fienup-Riordan, and  Inupiaq activist, leader, author and Willie Iġġiaġruk Hensley  (UAA College of Business) share insights on how to connect, research and uncover Alaska’s past. 
Visit Alaska’s premier juried outdoor and nature photography show. 
 New York based company, The One-Minute Play Festiva and Perseverance Theatre1 created a dynamic partnership to bring The 1st Alaska One-Minute Play Festival to Anchorage.
Learn about American food during this traveling exhibit. 
Local radio DJ Jack Tobin plays local music on KNOR-FM 106.1.
Getaway for the weekend and head to Talkeetna on the Alaska Railroad.
Watch the northern lights dance in the sky during this train ride. 
Take a five night adventure trip from Alaska's biggest city to the golden heart city.
The UAA Kimura Gallery brings love story paintings and drawings together.
Anchorage Museum presents 'Gyre. The Plastic Ocean' a stunning visual story of trash in the world's oceans told through a handful of mediums, Feb. 7 through Sept. 6.
Join writers and poets every third Wednesday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m for a night of readings and creative writing.