Headed out of town? Whether you're headed out fishing or out of state, the Alaska Digital Library makes it possible to read your favorite books and try a few new ones while you're on the road or on the water.
If you need help figuring out how to load and listen to books on your device, you can book one on one time with a library tech to get you started. Contact us >
Learn the basics of infant massage from Danya Davis, LMP CIMI
$25 - registration required (only caregivers need to register). Open to caregivers with babies 0-12 months.
Spouses are welcome to attend and need not register.
Advanced ticket purchase is recommended! Tickets on sale at the library ($10), PG-13.
An innovative and revolutionary festival from Oaxaca, Mexico. Film-goers will have a chance to vote for their favorite.
Refreshments will be available for purchase. Proceeds go to the PHS Spanish Club.
Ernestine Hayes, the current Alaska Writer Laureate is coming to Petersburg to hold two public events on January 11 and 12, 2018. She is best known for award-winning Blonde Indian, an Alaska Native Memoir. Her latest book, The Tao of Raven, weaves narratives and reflection in the context of the story "Raven and the Box of Daylight." Hayes belongs to the Kaagwaantaan clan of the Tlingit nation.
Author Event - Thursday, January 11 at 6:30 p.m. An opportunity to meet Ernestine and a time to hear from her and experience her writing.
Writing Workshop: Writing Our Lives - Friday, January 12 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Through exercises and discussion, participants will draw on their own life experiences to explore personal and cultural histories. Hayes will discuss the craft of writing and offer insights into the publishing process. Open to any writing level. This workshop is free, but registration is required. Click here to register online.
Sponsored by the Petersburg Arts Council, the Alaska Humanities Forum, the Petersburg Public Library, and the Petersburg Community Foundation.
We're excited to announce that the Petersburg Library Art Education Endowment will fund our weekly afterschool STEAM program in 2018! The Endowment, along with a generous donation from the Friends of Petersburg's Libraries, will keep this popular program running weekly until April.
The Arts Education Endowment was established in 2012 by Petersburg resident John McCabe. The fund provides financial assistance to the library that will be spent exclusively on art and cultural programs. The annual interest earnings provides a stable, ongoing funding source to enhance arts programming at the Library. The fund is held and managed by the Alaska Community Foundation.
Donations can be made online below, at the library front desk or by mailing your contribution to the Petersburg Public Library, PO Box 549 Petersburg Alaska 99833.