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  RBHS / F.G. Hale Collection A view of early day Seward, Alaska, at the head of Resurrection Bay shows the railroad dock along the southern waterfront.

RBHS / F.G. Hale Collection
A view of early day Seward, Alaska, at the head of Resurrection Bay shows the railroad dock along the southern waterfront.

Events

"Fourth Thursdays: Our History" program at 7 pm Thursday, Feb. 22 will take a look at various attempts -- some successful and others that weren't -- to cross the Harding Icefield. Presenter Colleen Kelly will give special focus to the 1968 effort by Yule Kilcher, Vin Hoeman and others which some folks think led to the creation of Kenai Fjords National Park. The program in the Community Room of the Seward Community Library Museum is free and open to the public.

Windows of History

Civic Clubs in Seward History are featured in the atrium's window display area at the Seward Community Library Museum.

Temporary Exhibit

Fresh, Frozen & Canned: Commercial Fishing in Resurrection Bay" examines the impact of commercial fishing on the local area. Curator Maddi McGraw asks everyone to share their favorite "fish stories" on a bulletin board in the Seward Museum.