The Cordova Community Foundation is sponsoring a free estate planning session by attorney Molly Mulvaney from 10 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, May 27 via Zoom.
A new program will give Cordova’s aspiring poets a forum to develop and share their work.
History is full of contradictions, and it seems like the further back one looks, the more there are.
Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson is saluting COVID-19 responders and essential workers with flights over several Alaska communities on May 12, 13 and 15. In the early afternoon of May 15, two C-17 Globemaster IIIs will fly over Cordova.
With inspiration from classic radio programs, Cordova Public Library has moved its read-along program onto Instagram. The program, initially designed for kindergarten-aged children, has now been adapted for elementary students and older people.
The theme of resilience emanates from the new research plan that the Prince William Sound Science Center adopted this spring. Organized into three major sections, the plan is large enough to encompass existing research programs, as well as areas of intended expansion.
Over the past week, thousands of visitors have arrived in Cordova. Though these new arrivals have flown in from as far away as Chile and Australia, few are observing social distancing rules as they crowd together in large groups around town. And don’t even ask them to put on masks.
The 30th Annual Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival is going online May 7-10. Visit coppershorebird.com to watch videos, see new photos, get updates on migration, win prizes, and participate in a birding challenge.