FREE Yoga In The Yard At Cold Moon Collective

Enjoy a FREE yoga class under the midnight sun on the lawn of Cold Moon Collective on Friday June 14th at 9pm! Before heading to class be sure to check out the Strawberry Moon Market with local vendors, food trucks and more!

For questions, please email akcoldmooncollective@gmail.com

Strawberry Moon Market

A fun evening market for the fam featuring local makers and food trucks! Shop from a range of local products and food while enjoying Alaska’s midnight sun ✨
This is an all ages, free, afternoon and evening focused event that we hope to continue for years to come!
When: June 14th -16th
Friday, June 14th 4-10pm
Saturday, June 15th 2-9pm
Sunday, June 16th 12-5pm

Events + Activities:
🌙 FREE Rock Painting for Kiddos
🌙 Yard Games
🌙 Face + Body Painting

LINKS 2nd Annual Resource Fair

LINKS Resource will be hosting our 2nd Annual Resource Fair at Iditapark. We will have many nonprofits organizations with tables, music presented by Valley Radio Q99.7, food vendors, face painting, games, prizes, and more. Come learn about the nonprofits in the community and have some fun. Everything is free except the food vendors.

For more information please call (907) 373-3632

Summer Orchestra

Summer Orchestra will run from June through July every Friday from 2-3pm. Ages 12+ Seniors are welcome, any age would be considered with the ability to read sheet music! Please visit the website for details and submit signup form.

Living Well w/ Vision Loss Picnic

It’s time for our client appreciation annual picnic! Please join us and bring a friend for BBQ, games, stories, and fun! If you want to bring a dish you may but it not required.

Reading Camp

Guidepost Pediatrics is excited to host our third annual Reading Camp from Ages 5- 8th grade. Reserve your spot for four days and incredible literacy activities for all ages. June 10-13th. Teachers are highly trained specialist in reading and speech therapists with dyslexia intervention training.

14th Annual Tribal Celebration & Health Fair

Theme: Honoring Our Missionary & Residential/Boarding School Survivors (We will never forget because every child matters.)
Entry is FREE!
Health & Wellness Vendors
Drumming and Dancing
Traditional Foods and BBQ
Fun Family Activities
Wear Your Favorite Regalia for the Regalia Contest
Prize Giveaways
Parking is in the Orange Lot.

Memory Cafe

A warm invitation to attend our Memory Café on Tuesday, May 28 at 1:00! A Memory Café offers people living with dementia and their care partners the opportunity to enjoy live music, coffee, cookies, and the chance to enjoy each other’s company. We also welcome people worried about their memory. The café is free to attend, and the perfect way to form friendships and have a good time! For more information contact: Janice Downing at jdowning@alzalaska.org or 907-864-3413.

One Health Fest

A FREE festival dedicated to the concept of One Health – the interconnection of People, Place, Person, Planet, & Possibility.

Sunday, August 11th, 2024
11am- 4pm @ the Palmer Train Depot
Free & open to the public. Food available for purchase & local vendors will be selling their wares!
Live music and activities throughout the day. Some activities will require signing up ahead of time. Sign-ups will be available
here on the website after July 1st.

Join us this second year as we celebrate our community’s educators!

Living Long is Thrilling: A Fireside Chat

Picture yourself with an extra 20 years of life ahead. How would you embrace this
precious gift of time?
Join us as we hear from Ayse Birsel and Bruce Chernof, who embarked on a year-long
journey to explore how older individuals envision and design their extended lives. What
they discovered was profound: regardless of age, love, purpose, well-being, and friendship
remain essential pillars of a fulfilling life.
Together, they will impart simple, research-backed strategies for longer life with optimism,
not pessimism. Join us as they delve into their groundbreaking work and take questions
from the audience about their upcoming collaboration with the Mat-Su Council on Aging
and the Mat-Su Health Foundation in Mat-Su. This discussion is open to all who seek to
enrich their lives and communities.