"Fourth Thursdays: Our History" program at 7 pm Thursday, May 24 will be a presentation by Phyllis Shoemaker, who will review how UAF’s Institute of Marine Science grew to be the important institution it is today. All the way from R/V Alpha Helix to R/V Sikuliaq, and the establishment of the Seward Marine Center, the Institute of Marine Science has played an important role in Seward's history. The program in the Community Room of the Seward Community Library Museum is free and open to the public.
Windows of History
Summer Time in Seward is featured in the atrium's window display area at the Seward Community Library Museum. View historic photos showing summer activities in Seward over the years.
"History of the Seward Dairy" occupies the temporary exhibit corner in the Seward Museum. Check out the photos, newspaper articles and artifacts that detail the history of this longtime area business. You'll learn that the Leirer family did not start the dairy enterprise, although they did operate it for many years until its closure in the 1950s.