Scottish Highland Games offers something different for spectators July 1, 2017 in Homer Alaska. Much to see: bagpipes, kilts and cabers.
“You can grow almost anything here,” said Master Gardener Janie Sandberg at a gardening class held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Locals get their first opportunity to rub shoulders with Simoncic on May 6 at Chugiak Flowers grand opening from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
You won’t catch these roller derby girls wearing skimpy shorts and cropped tops at this weekend’s United We Roll Alaska State Tournament and Boot Camp roller derby tournament in Wasilla
It has always been one of my favorite parts of watching Iditarod. I love that encouraging mentality; that sense that every musher matters.
The March 18 CDMA race is a two-mile course run by a three-dog team. Seasoned mushers provided training to inexperienced local business competitors.
The Knit Witz produced blue and gold scarves and hats for the Alaskan Special Olympic athletes. They’ve also made hats and scarves for Covenant House.
Jean Truscott has been spinning wool since the 80’s. Once a month, she joins a group of spinners at the Eagle River Library for two hours of spinning.
The oldest in the group is 96-years-old and the youngest is a 10-year-old boy who comes occasionally to review his writing. Every age group is welcome.
The girls were making a quinzhee (pronounced kwinzee), which is a shelter made entirely out of snow at the Eagle River Nature Center.