Kachemak Bay Campus

Registration is being held for these upcoming classes: Alaska Winter Survival, taught by Libby Bushell Veasey, begins Feb. 26; Beginning Fly Fishing, begins March 22; and Creative Food Writing, begins March 28; birding workshop taught by George Matz, begins April 2; Garden Design with Brenda Adams, meets April 6 and 13; Botany of Kachemak Bay, begins April 11; Organic Gardening, meets April 19-20; Watercolor Workshop with artist Jan Peyton, meets May 31, June 1 and 3. Computer classes offered include Excel, MS Word and Quickbooks, all starting in April. Register now. Registration also is open for a special personal narrative workshop from May 3-5 with noted visiting memoirist Debra Gwartney, finalist for the National Book Critics Award. Enrollment is limited; register early.
For a list of all courses, visit www.kpc.alaska.edu/kbc. Call 235-7743 for information.
KBC psychology professor Brian Partridge presents “The Biology of Stress: What Do We Know Now?” at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. He conducts a presentation and discussion on current research in neuroscience and health psychology. Learn what the scientific community has been able to tell us about the neurobiology and psychology of stress and how this information has the potential to impact our lives. The lecture is free and open to all.
An art exhibit with new work in photography by Joe Kashi opens with a reception 5-6:30 p.m. March 1 at the Pioneer Hall Commons.
Registration has started for the 2013 Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference, to be held June 14-18 at Land’s End Resort. Poet Naomi Shihab Nye is the keynote presenter. The early registration fee is $375, space available, with a special student rate.
The conference features 17 other award-winning, nationally recognized authors, editors and agents who will conduct creative writing workshops, readings, craft talks and panel presentations. Advanced registration is required. For program and registration information, visit writersconference.homer.alaska.edu.

 

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