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  1. Museum Drop-In Craft - Heart Bouquet Card

    February 9, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Seward Community Library & Museum

    Second Fri/Sat, Oct-May. Join us for fun craft activities at the Museum Kitchen Table to bring children and people of all ages into the museum in order to encourage use of the museum children’s area and enhance their understanding of local history and preservation efforts.

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  2. Play Time @ Library & Museum - E is for Earth

    February 9, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Seward Community Library & Museum Children's Room

    Each week features a new theme and selection from our Children’s Library collection. This year’s themes will follow the alphabet. We’ve already had fun with Art, Boats, Chickens, Dragons and Earth! Don’t miss out on fun and play with books, activities, creative and developmental toys, and drawing/writing material selected each week to go with the theme. Stop by each Saturday to experience our newest theme for this special unstructured play program developed with working parents in mind. Please note that adult supervision is required.

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  3. Writing Family Stories: How to Write a Memoir featuring Dan Walker

    February 9, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Seward Community Library & Museum Community Room

    Letters from Happy Valley, written by Dan Walker and published in late 2018 is the story of discovery that began when a box of old letters arrived in Alaska from Ohio. These letters which appear unedited to tell the story of the Walkers’ journey north and their first months of homesteading on the Kenai Peninsula. Mr. Walker will share how he braided family history, the Alaska homestead experience, explorations of memory, and his search to know a father he lost in 1965 into a tale told in three voices; two from the past and one from the present, searching for a past he poorly remembered. Light refreshments will be served.

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