Lazy Summer Crafternoon

Jr. Craft Program (Registration required) Let’s make some crafts this afternoon, rain or shine! We’ll have some fun make-and-take crafts lined up for you – choose between several different stations.

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Evening Cookout and Campfire

Dinner is served! It’s summer in Alaska, and that means time for cookouts under the sun. Come join us for an evening of food, fun, and fellowship. Meet your neighbors,

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Concert on the Green

This is a free community event that will feature music by The Lack Family and Rebeckah Hastings. There will be food trucks, bouncy houses, and yard games. Invite your friends and

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4th of July Celebration

You are Invited. Community activity with FREE Food and Games Hosted by Skyline Family Fellowship  

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Volunteer Firefighter’s Appreciation Picnic

Come thank a volunteer firefighter! To show our appreciation for the service of our Chugiak volunteer firefighters, UMCC is hosting a picnic, open to the whole community. This is a

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In Search of Big Fat Fun

As summer was winding down and we moved into August, it occurred to me…winter is coming. The initial panic was quickly replaced with determined resolve. I decided that this winter, I would have a good time. In recent years, it has been all too easy for me to get bogged down with various mundane responsibilities, causing the winter to slip by in a dark, unenthusiastic blur. Most uniquely-winter activities take planning, preparing, layering, driving and money, all things I feel hesitant to budget for when things are calling from left and right. This year I decided - enough is enough. It’s time to have some fun.

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Do you want to build a snowman and other youthful questions

Certainly, there are aches and pains. There are doctor visits and prescription drugs. There are topical creams, glucosamine, daily stretching and exercises, a knee brace and even a joint replacement. But I hearken back to Rod Stewart’s song. And when I think of it, I want to go outdoors and build a snowman, or go sledding. Maybe, one of these days I’ll find some other kids who want to play “Kick the Can.”

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