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Seward's Lydia Jacoby wins Olympic gold medal!

All of Seward is celebrating after 17-year-old Lydia Jacoby won the Olympic gold medal in Monday night's 100-meter breast stroke at the Tokyo Olympics. A watch party at the cruise ship terminal drew crowds waiting to see Seward High School Senior Lydia swim, and they went wild as she pulled out a…

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Play Hard, Stay Safe Vaccine Incentive Program

Play hard and stay safe this summer with the Seward Chamber of Commerce and Seward Community Health Center. The Seward Chamber of Commerce is giving $50 gift cards to local Seward businesses to those who get a first dose or a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine at the Seward Community Health Center…

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Summer Transportation around Seward

Joining us in Seward this summer without a car? Don't worry! There are plenty of options for traveling to Seward from destinations like Homer and Anchorage -- even Denali National Park and Fairbanks! There are also options for traveling around Seward when you get here. One of our favorite modes of…

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Member Spotlight: Seward Brewing Company

From beer geeks to food nerds, and from locals to tourists from around the world, the Seward Brewing Company is the perfect place to find something a little different right in downtown Seward. As the only brew pub in town, the Seward Brewing Company team are pros at pairing. Try out a flight of beer…

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Member Spotlight: Seward Gateway Hotel

Conveniently located, carefully designed, and well-curated, the Seward Gateway Hotel is the latest addition to the harbor area. Designed as a seasonal accommodation for Seward’s tourists, the Gateway also serves as a year-round community space for the people of Seward to host events and more…

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Spring Break in Seward

Springtime in Seward brings more sunlight, wildlife activity and an overall sense of cheer as we anticipate our bustling summer season. With the return of the migratory gray whales, tour companies are running trips daily and seasonal businesses are starting to open back up. If you are planning to…

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Member Spotlight: Sauerdough Lodging

Member Spotlight: Sauerdough Lodging Right in the heart of downtown, in one of the Seward’s most historic buildings, is Sauerdough Lodging. Offering nightly rentals year round, Sauerdough Lodging attracts visitors from all over the world. “Sauerdough Lodging is located in one of the town's…

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Member Spotlight: Forests, Tides & Treasures

Among the hustle and bustle of the Seward Boat Harbor, Cliff Krug and Linda Chichester of Forests, Tides & Treasures have a wonderfully curated collection of outdoor gear, local art, and gifts available in their retail shop. “We provide locals and visitors a wide range of unique high quality…

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Member Spotlight: Resurrect Art Coffee House & Art Gallery

Those looking for a place to cozy up in Seward during any season, look no further than Resurrect Art Coffee House and Art Gallery. ‘Rez Art’ is housed in a 100 year-old former church, a perfectly novel setting to enjoy a latté, meet a friend, support local artists and try a bakery treat (or two)…

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City of Seward Cares Act Relief Fund

August 14, 2020 The City of Seward is EXTENDING the deadline for CARES Act Funding Relief applications an extra week to August 24, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Business Application https://www.cityofseward.us/home/showdocument?id=1930 Non-Profit Application…

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