Saturday Jan 20 @ 9:00 PM
Last Train at the Hard Rock Cafe
Hard Rock Cafe Anchorage – Why end the night early? Join us after the Great Alaska Beer & Barley Wine Festival for more music, food and drinks!
    Saturday Jan 20 - Jan 21 @ 9:00 PM
Saturday night with DJ 3rd George
    Saturday Jan 20 - Jan 21 @ 9:30 PM
H3 at Humpys
Humpys Great Alaskan Ale House – H3 is a Polynesian Reggae band based in Anchorage, and one of the funnest and most popular local bands!
    Saturday Jan 20 - Jan 21 @ 11:00 PM
Alaska Hip Hop Awards After Party!!!
Legacy907 Studios – It’s the official AFTER PARTY for the Alaska Hip Hop Awards @ Al’s Bar! Alaska’s premier DJ ICUTTZ will be on deck with a SPECIAL GUEST DJ, Live Performances, both sides of the bar will be open, 10.00 cover into the hottest party of 2018. VIP tables/Champagne available DM if interested. This will be the ultimate After Party, Dress to impress!
    Saturday Jan 20 - Jan 21 @ 11:00 PM
Late Night Honky-Tonk with Todd Grebe & Cold Country
Williwaw – Todd Grebe & Cold Country are based out of the wilds of Alaska, where for years they ruled the bluegrass scene in this state. Todd’s wife and musical partner, Angela Oudean, was a key member of famed Alaska bluegrass band Bearfoot for years (Todd joined Bearfoot as well), and though it may be a surprise to some that the music they make now is hard-driving, electrified honky-tonk at its core, the truth is that there’s a strong current that unites bluegrass and country - Live at Williwaw after the Great Alaskan Beer & Barleywine Festival! 21+ Only | No Cover Charge
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 9:45 AM
Irish Set Dancing
UAA On-Campus Living Community – Featuring Lisa Mahoney and friends. No experience, partners needed!
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 11:00 AM
Irish Ceili Dancing
UAA On-Campus Living Community – Featuring Lisa Mahoney and friends. No experience, partners needed!
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 12:00 PM
AOS Tournament
Tier 1 Cards & Games – Welcome to our next installment of Age of Sigmar Matched Play events! The rules for this event are as follows: Generals Handbook 2017 rules will be used 1200 point limit Vanguard army composition rules are in effect We will be playing scenarios from the Generals Handbook, which may be slightly customized. Rounds will be timed at 2 hours each. We will play 3 rounds to determine the winner. Points will be awarded for victories, with points destroyed as a tie breaker. A separate award will be given for an army voted by players as their favorite based on painting, theme, modeling, etc. Feel free to post any questions and I look forward to seeing some new faces to the AoS event!
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 1:00 PM
Anchorage Folk Festival Main Stage
UAA On-Campus Living Community – Free concert featuring over 15 groups/individual artists.
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 1:00 PM
Pokemon Sun&Moon Ultra Prism Pre-Release
Tier 1 Cards & Games – Sealed event Entry: $25
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 2:00 PM
Trap Safety for Pet Owners
Friends of Eagle River Nature Center – Program Type: All Ages Volunteers Sandy Halstaed and John Ferguson will talk about animal tracking as well as trapping. If you're a dog owner, you'll want to know where you might encounter traps within Chugach State Park, as well as how to release a dog from a trap if it should get caught. Weather permitting, we'll go on a short walk to look for tracks after the indoor portion of the program. Date: January 21 2008 Time: 2pm Location: inside main building RSVP Required? No
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 2:00 PM
Ohm Campus Living Yoga
UAA On-Campus Living Community – Join April Rochford in Commons 106 for a gentle yoga session. Presented by the Department of Residence Life. Open to the entire On-Campus Living Community and their guests.
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 3:00 PM
Parlor in the Round
CenterTix – Musical Improv Comedy The Mountain State has its Stage and the Prairie Home, its Companion. This concert season Alaskans will gather at Parlor In The Round. Borrowing from the guitar pull tradition of porches and campfires, songwriters from all walks of Alaskan life (and some beyond) will trade songs and stories inspired by each other and the audience. After the intermission, tradition is cast aside as the musicians dive into collaborations, jocular inventions and premeditated musings all based on written submissions from the audience. Kevin Worrell hosts this dinner theater, drawing out the strength and vulnerability of each artist while holding the crowd closely throughout the performance. The 49th State Brewery transforms its theater into a candle lit dining room and a hush falls over the crowd. Expect to lean in and laugh out loud at Parlor in the Round. The list of things that we can achieve in perfect unison as a community is very short. Silence is one of them. At Parlor In The Round our audience holds a “listening room” atmosphere during the performance. Smiles and laughter are encouraged! Sidebar conversations are strictly prohibited. Presented by Harmony Capital Enterprise.
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 4:00 PM
The Arsonists
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts – When starting over means setting fire to what you know and love After running out of a cloud of smoke and sirens with a large, slightly bloody bundle, a woman hides the package under the floorboards of her cabin, changes her clothes, and hides with the lights off until the sirens fade off in the distance. When the coast is clear, she sings songs with her father, packs for a long trip, and burns the cabin down to leave no evidence behind. Based in part on the myth of Electra, The Arsonists is the story of a woman who comes of age in the family arson business before the unexpected sends her out on her own. Presented by Perseverance Theatre
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 7:00 PM
Anchorage Folk Festival Main Stage
UAA On-Campus Living Community – Free concert featuring over 15 groups/individual artists.
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 8:00 PM
RHA General Assembly Meeting
UAA On-Campus Living Community – Have you ever felt led to make a difference in UAA's On-Campus Living Community? Join us in Commons 106 for an introduction to the Residence Hall Association. Presented by RHA. Open to the entire On-Campus Living Community and their guests.
    Monday Jan 22 - Mar 2 @ 8:00 AM
Exhibition: You Can't Go Home to Cleveland, Ohio
UAA Department of Art – This exhibition includes a series of photo-based prints that document a return to the Great Lakes industrial metropolis of Cleveland, Ohio. Formerly a powerhouse of wealth and manufacturing, Cleveland has experienced recession after financial crisis after housing crisis after recession. Still, this city rises from the coal ash. In the Summer of 2017, MichaeI Conti spent a two-month residency, funded by the Rasmuson Foundation, in the community fine art print shop, Zygote Press. While there, he biked the bridges, the Flats, the shore, and the neighborhoods looking for a small piece of truth about Cleveland to bring back to the studio. These prints are a record of the people, the stories and the memories encountered there. This is a free exhibit. This exhibit will be in the Arc gallery, located in the UAA Consortium Library, 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage.
    Monday Jan 22 @ 12:00 PM
Make it Monday forum - Pick.Click.Give
Anchorage Chamber of Commerce – Pick Click Give Program Manager, Sofia Fouquet, will share the intricacies of the statewide Pick.Click.Give. program and what current trends may mean for Alaska's philanthropic sector. This presentation will offer a deep dive into program history and strategy while answering the tough questions associated with fundraising in the nonprofit sector. Doors open at 11:30 am. Bring your business cards for door prizes! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR: Chugach Electric MORE INFO: ____________________________________________ Sofia is constantly reminded how lucky she is to live in such a remarkable state. She knows no better feeling than the thrill of shaping her home community for the better. Her background is in Marketing and Business Management, though her love for philanthropy crystalized during her time as a student-leadership facilitator at UAA. Prior to her work at The Alaska Community Foundation, Sofia oversaw several of Anchorage’s largest community events including the Summer Solstice Festival and the Downtown New Year’s Eve Fireworks Show & Carnival. Now the Pick.Click.Give. Program Manager, Sofia manages relationships with over 600 nonprofits in addition to Pick.Click.Give’s relationship with the public. Her favorite part about the position is the wide variety of nonprofits served through the program; with Pick.Click.Give. she doesn’t have to choose a favorite cause. ____________________________________________ New to Monday Forum? What to Expect: Submit a proposal to speak: Deadline to register online is 5 pm the Friday directly preceding the forum. But tickets are available at the door, day-of, to purchase. 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 Jan 22 - Dec 17 @ 5:30 PM
Monthly Anchorage Dems Meeting
Anchorage Democrats – This is the monthly meeting of the Anchorage Democrats. Meetings are on the 3rd Monday of each month and we'd love for you to join us.
    Monday Jan 22 @ 7:00 PM
Wolfgang Buttress Lecture, Anchorage
Williwaw – Wolfgang Buttress creates multisensory artworks that draw inspiration from our evolving relationship with the ‘natural’ world. His work has recently been exhibited at the prestigious Wall gallery, Tokyo; ABC gallery, Fukuoka, Japan; and the Chicago sculpture biennales in 2006 and 2008. He has received numerous awards for “Hive” at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in London as well as the UK Pavillion Milan Expo in 2015.