Monday Nov 20 @ 9:00 AM
Virtual Dementia Tour
Alzheimer's Resource of Alaska – The Virtual Dementia tour is being presented by certified facilitators from ARA’s Education Department. It is free to attend but pre-registration is required. To register, please see contact info below. Developed by P.K. Beville of Second Wind Dreams, The Virtual Dementia Tour is designed to give the participant an up close, hands-on experience that provides insight to what it’s like for a person with dementia to get through the day. Join us for a better understanding of the emotional and physical needs of someone with dementia. This experience will change the way you think, relate and take care of the elderly population. Please note - sign up is required for this session as there are limited spaces. Approximately 20 minutes to complete the tour. To register, contact Debbie Chulick at email@example.com or 907.561.3313.
Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 PM
Make it Monday forum - Alaska Gasline Development Corp.
Anchorage Chamber of Commerce – Details to come! SPEAKER: Lieza Wilcox, Vice President, Commercial and Economics Ms. Wilcox leads the commercial and economics department that is responsible for developing and negotiating commercial agreements, developing project market offers, and supporting all business decisions with both strategic and detailed economic justification. She has 17 years of experience in the Alaska oil and gas industry as a commercial analyst, negotiator, and organizational leader. Lieza holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration in economics from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Doors open at 11:30 am. Bring your business cards for door prizes! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR: Premera Blue Cross MORE INFO: business.anchoragechamber.org/events/details/make-it-monday-forum-alaska-gasline-development-corp-5692 ____________________________________________ New to Monday Forum? What to Expect: http://anchoragechamber.org/events/monday-forum#wte Submit a proposal to speak: https://www.cognitoforms.com/AnchorageChamberOfCommerce1/MakeItMondayForumSpeakerProposal Cancellation Note: There is a 48-hour cancellation policy. To receive a full refund, registration must be cancelled no less than two business days prior to the date of the event. No refunds will be given after this date. All registrations are transferable to another person upon your request.
Monday Nov 20 @ 3:00 PM
Thanksgiving Blessing Anchorage
Food Bank of Alaska – Do you need assistance providing a Thanksgiving meal for your family? Or would you like to volunteer and help distribute groceries for a holiday meal? The Anchorage faith community, Food Bank of Alaska, and thousands of volunteers are here to help provide families in need with a turkey and all the fixings. Monday, November 20 Please bring proof of address to the site in your zip code. (You may only attend one site. We encourage you to arrive by 7pm if possible.) 3-8pm: Crosspoint Church 1920 W Dimond Blvd #K 99507, 99511, 99515, 99516, 99518, 99522, 99523, 99540, 99587 New Season Christian Center at Spenard Rec Center 2020 W 28th 99502, 99517, 99519 Central Lutheran Church Cordova & 15th 99501, 99503, 99510, 99512, 99513, 99520, 99524 St Patrick's Church 2111 Muldoon Rd 99504, 99509, 99521 Joy Luterhan Church 1011 E. Eagle River Loop Rd 99505, 99506, 99567, 99577 12-8pm: Mt. View Community Center 99508, 99514
Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Arctic Refuge Letter Writing
Sierra Club Alaska Chapter – Our senators and representatives to the Federal Government are telling decision makers in Washington DC that most Alaskan's are in favor of oil and gas exploration, even in currently protected areas such as the Arctic Refuge. They are openly saying this to leaders of the lower 48 states to pass the legislation of opening the Arctic Refuge Coastal Plain for drilling. Polls have shown that this is not true. In order to raise the true voices of Alaskans, we will write a letter together to key decision makers, discussing why we believe that opening the Arctic Refuge for drilling is not a good idea, and send it with our photo. Please join us on Monday 11/20 at 6 pm on the Second floor of the Alaska Center for the discussion and letter writing. Light refreshment will be provided.
Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Lake Otis Elementary School – Have a great jump shot?! Partner up and sink the most baskets to win a turkey!! How fun is that!!
Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Paralympic Sport Club Alaska – We now share the open swim time with the pubilc. Challenge Alaska is pleased to introduce swimming for athletes with physical and visual disabilities. Our swim coach/instructor coaches from the deck while our staff/volunteers work with you in the pool to improve your technique. This requires a committment to attend as we are asking voluhnteers to give up their evening to be there. If you are interested in joining us in the pool, please message us. If you are interested in volunteering message us for more information.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 3:00 PM
Kids' Night at BURGERFI Midtown
Mall at Sears – Join us for a fun family night out! Kids 12 and under will receive a FREE kids meal with the purchase of an adult meal. Fun for the kids, savings for the family!!
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 6:00 PM
IDG1: Introduction to Indigenous Art Manufacturing (FREE PUBLIC EVENT)
Anchorage Makerspace – Part of the Anchorage Makerspace Rapid Prototype Series | Indigenous Manufacturing FREE EVENT Tuesday, November 21st at 6pm Course Description This hands-on class will explore the basic materials, techniques, and workflow behind manufacturing of an indigenous art product. The demonstration will use traditional materials and walk students through the process of design, sourcing, planning, and execution of their own product. Concepts covered will apply to a variety of indigenous arts, but flint knap (hand-hewn stone) blades will be the product developed during this event. Future events in this track may include: moccasins, custom hide tanning, or traditional leather bags. Instructor: Brian Schuch About Brian is a life-long survivalist and expert in indigenous arts. His work is on display in galleries throughout Alaska and beautifully connects today's daily activities with those of our ancestors. He also owns Lithic Productions, a traditional blade and tool manufacturer, and offers classes in: wilderness survival; natural material sourcing; and traditional manufacturing techniques.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 6:30 PM
Somali Traditional Tuesday
Anchorage Public Library – Somali people display their culture including: Food ,Dance, cloth and their History.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
GNBC November Meeting and Election
Great Northern Brewers Club – Our November meeting is the time when we elect new board members and executive officers. If you would like more info on running for one of the open positions please contact the Prez at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 11:30 AM
Stone Soup Celebration
Anchorage Cooperative Preschool Family and Friends – Please join us as we finish up our nutrition curiculumn and start the holiday season for our annual Stone Soup Celebration! Stone Soup celebrates teh spirit of sharing and helping others. Each person in the story contributes something to the stone soup to make it taste better. On Monday 11/20/2017 each child is brining in one item and we will be making the soup. On Wednesday, we will make fresh butter and bread.
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 6:00 PM
UAA On-Campus Living Community – Join us in the North Hall 3rd Floor Lounge for a fun-filled evening of board games, community building, and fresh baked cookies! Presented by the Department of Residence Life. Open to all North Hall residents and their guests.
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 7:30 PM
A & P Study Session
UAA On-Campus Living Community – Come study for Anatomy and Physiology in the North Hall 3rd Floor Lounge! Presented by the Department of Residence Life. Open to North Hall residents and their guests.
Thursday Nov 23 - Nov 24 @ 9:00 AM
Lake Otis Elementary School – Enjoy this time with family and friends. Many thanks to all of our Lake Otis family, friends, and community!
Thursday Nov 23 - Nov 24 @ 9:00 AM
Office and Nursery Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday
Alaska Botanical Garden – The office and Nursery will be closed November 23rd and 24th as staff celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday with friends and family. We will see you on Monday, November 27th!
Thursday Nov 23 @ 10:30 AM
Skinny Raven Turkey Trot
Skinny Raven Sports – In 2016, Turkey Trotters donated 1,158 pounds of food and $7500 to the Food Bank which provided 30,000 meals to hungry Alaskans. We will again be collecting food items and matching cash donations up to $1,000 this year to help make sure everyone has a great Thanksgiving! It is our goal to collect 1,500 pounds of food in 2017! This year we will again be staging and finishing inside the Dena’ina Convention Center so you can stay warm and toasty when you’re not running. Returning is the 1-loop 5K for the big turkeys and a 1-loop 3K for those mini turkeys out there
Thursday Nov 23 @ 11:00 AM
Humpys Great Alaskan Ale House – Tradional THANKSGIVING DINNER served all day with all your favorites, including the pie!! The Humpys gang will be here from 11am- 10pm So stop in and say Hello and share the Holiday Spirit with us! --- Full menu also available!!
Thursday Nov 23 @ 11:30 AM
USUAA Thanksgiving Feast
USUAA Student Government – The Annual Thanksgiving Feast by USUAA Student Government in the University of Alaska Anchorage, Gorsuch Commons will take place next Thursday, November 23, 11:30 AM-1:30 PM. Free Admission for Everyone.
Thursday Nov 23 @ 11:30 AM
Closed for Thanksgiving ~ Fletcher's OPEN
The Whale's Tail – The Whale's Tail will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd for Thanksgiving. Come celebrate at Fletcher's instead! Thanksgiving at The Hotel Captain Cook All of the holiday classics for one price! Fletcher's - 11:30am - 11pm Cafe - 11:00am - 2pm Adults - $30, 12 & under - $18 Full everyday menus also available during service
Thursday Nov 23 @ 12:00 PM
Thanksgiving Dinner at AUUF
Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship – Thanksgiving Dinner @ the AUUF! Spend Thanksgiving with us! We will serve a traditional hot meal: everyone is welcome! Thursday November 23 from noon till 3. Our incoming Interim Minister, Rev. Shelley E. Page, will be attending along with our called Minister Gary Holthaus. Contact Kalen Saxton Saxtonkalen@gmail.com or 244-8221 to RSVP and volunteer. Can you bring food, set-up, clean-up, or welcome guests?