Sun Star Picks April 26 – May 2
Lida Zakurdaew / Sun Star
Tuesday, April 26
Head on over to the Murie Building for “The Ecology of Breast Cancer: The Promise of Prevention and the Hope for Healing” – a presentation by the Alaska Community Action on Toxics. The event is from 6:30 – 8 p.m. in the auditorium and will include a discussion with Dr. Ted Schettler on the future of breast cancer.
Wednesday, April 27
It’s the last week of classes, and I’m sure you are just full of stress, rage, fear or possibly even joy. In any case, you should probably go do some yoga. Tonight at 5:45 p.m., Heart Stream Yoga is holding a Hot Power Vinyasa Flow class. For a full listing of classes, check out their website at heartstreamyoga.com.
Thursday, April 28
Go take a walk. A nature walk! Today at noon. Come listen with wonder as a naturalist explains all about the Boreal Forest and the historic Creamer’s Dairy at Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge. It’s free, but donations are always appreciated.
Friday, April 29
I highly suggest you enjoy some local art this week, for there is a lot of great shows happening this week. This evening, guest artist Hikes will be performing in the Pub with local artists Granddad and Kittiwake at 9 p.m. Check out the Pub calendar for more excellent events going on all week.
Saturday, April 30
April 30 is rumored to be National Bugs Bunny Day, National Raisin Day, National Sarcoidosis Day, National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, National Oatmeal Cookie Day, National Hairstylist Appreciation Day and National Poem in Your Pocket Day. And probably other things as well for all I know. I dare you to celebrate all of these today, in tandem. Go!
Sunday, May 1
Today is the deadline to apply for admission for both Summer Sessions and next fall semester. So get on that. Like, yesterday!
Monday, May 2
It’s the last day of instruction! Celebrate it with a pitcher in the pub! Or study for finals, or whatever…