PWSCC is proud to be a part of the third annual Balto Film Festival in Seward, Alaska, this year. The college’s lead Outdoor Leadership faculty, DB Palmer, is conducting a free one-hour workshop, “Learn to Get the Most Out of Your GoPro,” at the Seward Library/Museum at 6:00 p.m., July 25th. This free filmmaking workshop is open-to-the-public! If you’re going to be in the Seward area this week, check it out! This workshop is a must-have for anybody who wants to learn more about adventure filmmaking or simply utilize their GoPro footage more effectively.
Archive for July, 2014
Attention, high school Dual Credit students and parents of Dual Credit students! This Monday, August 25, there is an open house in the PWSCC Student Commons from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Our staff will be there to answer any questions you may have about Dual Credit classes: What is available? What does it cost? How do you register? There will even be free pizza. This is a great program for saving on future college expenses. For more information about this or any other college programs, call us at 907- 834-1600 today!
On the evening of Saturday, August 23rd, PWSCC will host our annual Port of Valdez Cruise with Stan Stephens! This event is open to new and returning students, as well as their families! Did we mention that it’s FREE?! This is your chance to see our incredible mountains and waterfalls while cruising in comfort. You’ll also get a chance to meet the faculty and staff of PWSCC in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. But, you have to reserve your seats! Please call our main desk at 1-907-834-1600 to reserve your spot on the boat as soon as possible!
Ever wonder what happens in the Whitney Museum when the lights go out at night? Do the animals move around? Do the exhibits come alive? Spend a Night at the Museum August 1st. Join us for after-hours special activities and gallery exploration, a movie, storytelling, arts and craft activities, and sleep among the exhibits. An evening snack and light breakfast will be provided as well as a morning yoga wake-up. This event is for children ages 7-13, with accompanying adult. I adult can accompany up to 3 kids. No sole adults. Come by the Whitney Museum at 303 Lowe Street to reserve your spot, or call 834-1690. $30 per child, $20 per adult. Some of the cost of this event has been offset by donations.