DENALI PARK, Alaska – The management of Denali National Park and Preserve has determined that there is adequate snow cover for the use of snowmobiles for traditional activities in all areas of the 1980 park additions. Riders are reminded that all lands within the former Mount McKinley National Park on both the north and […]
Go to the Anchorage Museum webpage to see the exciting fun for all ages in the month of March.
NOAA Fisheries and partners invite members of the public to participate in conserving the endangered Cook Inlet beluga whales at the third annual “Belugas Count!” —being held Saturday, September 21, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., in the greater Anchorage area. This celebration and citizen count is free and open to the public. No registration is […]
On April 22, more than 1 billion people in 192 countries are expected to take part in a global day of political and civic action for the Earth. People will march, plant trees, clean up their cities, parks, beaches and waterways, politicians will announce policies, and corporations will pledge to work toward sustainability — […]
It’s been a busy summer with KANA’s programs and activities for kids, parents, and the whole community. Scroll down for some highlights! Summer Youth Activities With programs including Tuesday Youth Activities, Explore the Rock, and the Ouzinkie Summer Challenge, Kodiak kids have more opportunities to develop socially, mentally, and physically. It’s not too late to get […]
As students have filled up their backpacks to begin another school year, there is a central conversation among parents and guardians regarding the quality of education their children receive at school. Part of those conversations should also focus on afterschool care, which is a prime opportunity for student enrichment. Each afternoon during the school year, […]