February 21, 2018

Thank You Girdwood Forest Fair!

Did you know that the Girdwood Forest Fair donates proceeds to local non-profits? Their donation moves us closer to our vision of providing affordable community education for Girdwood, Bird, Indian and Portage for now and forever. Thank you Forest Fairies!

Support Us Via Pick.Click.Give When You File For Your 2018 PFD!

Keep it local! Your donations via Pick.Click.Give support our annual programs, classes & events. Your donations help us keep our class prices reachable to all members of our community, provide scholarships for graduating seniors, financial aid for our classes, and keep our doors open to provide community education tailor made for Girdwood, Bird, Indian and Portage residents. Please support us by choosing to Pick.Click.Give to Four Valleys Community School when you file for your 2018 PFD. Cheers!

Free Yoga Thanksgivng Day: Bring Canned Food Donations

Start your Thanksgiving Day off right with free yoga down at the Girdwod Community Room next to the Library from 8-9am on Thanksgiving Day. Bring a can of food to donate to the Girdwood Food Pantry.  Use this class as a warm up before you head up to the Turkey Trot, a fun run and walk beginning at the Alyeska Daylodge at 9:30a.

Screenagers: Movie & Panel Discussion Thursday November 9 @ 6:30p

Supported by Four Valleys Community School and the Girdwood School PTA

WHAT: Screenagers Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion. Award-winning SCREENAGERS probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including the director’s own, and depicts messy struggles, over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Through surprising insights from authors and brain scientists solutions emerge on how we can empower kids to best navigate the digital world.Important information for parenting in the digital age. Expert panel discussion following movie will will include a family councilor, FBI agent, local media specialist, and an eye doctor.

WHERE: Girdwood pK-8 School Commons

WHEN: Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 6:30 P.M.

WHO: Students ages 11 and over, parents, caregivers and community members

COST: FREE Admission