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Another week with SO many ways to get out and enjoy Homer. Here's the calendar: weekly events June 16-23.pdf. A special highlight of the week is the PRIDE march NEXT Saturday (June 23), described in the calendar (we all know that "inclusion" means including EveryBODY).
Other highlights this week include the REAL Spit Run this Sunday (it's FREE, and what a great way to earn an ice cream cone) and a new TRAILS event on Wednesday: Fitness with a View—TRAILS' own Risa Jackinsky will help us stretch, align, relax, and strengthen sheltered by the Hornaday Park pavilion while enjoying spectacular views of the mountain and bay. See you there!
Has the weather been beautiful enough this week?! And there are so many ways to get out and enjoy Homer this time of year. Check out this week's calendar right here: weekly events June 10-16.pdf, and then, to find MORE of what's going on (including LOTS of activities for kids), check out these calendars too:
TRAILS calendar of “One Hit Wonder” special summer activities at http://peninsulailc.org/TRAILS;
Recreation offered through City of Homer Parks and Recreation: https://www.cityofhomer-ak.gov/recreation/recreational-classes;
Fun-filled outdoor activities offered by the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies: https://www.akcoastalstudies.org/events/calendar.html
Educational activities offered by Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center: http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/calendar.php?crd=islandsandocean&
Happy June, EveryBODY!
It's gonna be a fun week (and TRAILS is off to Alaska Horsemen's Adventures today till Sunday!). Here's this week's calendar: weekly events June 2-9.pdf
There are some fascinating outdoor walks this week being led by exceptionally knowledgeable and interesting guides—check out Sunday and Thursday! (If you need transportation to this Thriving Thursday, that might be possible--let me know!)
And check out TRAILS calendar of “One Hit Wonder” special summer activities at http://peninsulailc.org/TRAILS; also check out recreation offered through City of Homer Parks and Recreation at https://www.cityofhomer-ak.gov/recreation/recreational-classes.
I hope you're having a happy, thoughtful, sweet Memorial Day with friends and family! (I've spent the weekend helping settle in a new housemate and her HORSE. That makes 5 ponies for TRAILS to visit up here at Bay Ridge Ranch.)
No highlighted activities this Memorial Day weekend except last Saturday's Farmers Market, but things start hopping again tomorrow--Tuesday--with Libraries ROCK. And this calendar takes us into June! Here's the calendar: weekly events May 27-June 2.pdf
It sure has started to feel like summer. That means TRAILS will be saddlin' up and ridin' off into the Cooper Landing sunset for our annual Alaska Horsemen's Adventures weekend. It's one of our favorite One Hit Wonders, check out others at: http://peninsulailc.org/TRAILS.
For other fun things to do this week, how about celebrating “Libraries Rock” or the Farmers Market on Wednesday and Saturday (including Kids doing the sales next Saturday) or a big garage sale at Faith Lutheran Church. And of course, June's first Friday means it's time for a lovely stroll through Homer's art galleries from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Friday. And don't forget, you can always check out recreation offered through City of Homer Parks and Recreation at this link https://www.cityofhomer-ak.gov/recreation/recreational-classes.
June Event Descriptions 2018.pdf
SEWARD OHW 2018.pdf
Volunteers are Needed! for the Moose Pass Solstice Festival.
SOLSTICE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED.pdf
GARDEN BY THE BAY.pdf
It must be GROWING SEASON, because Homers Fabulous Farmers Market opens NEXT Saturday, May 26. Stroll in for fresh produce, tasty food, varied crafts, and fun entertainment—including the Kenai Peninsula Brass Band at 1 pm. And since plants are budding out and greening up, this week you can buy plants (THIS Saturday) and learn how to make nettle tea and fruit leathers later in the week. Something for everyBODY!
Also this is a great week for listening to (and even telling) stories—check out events at the Homer Public Library on Saturday and Monday.
Check out ALL of the activities highlighted in this week's calendar: weekly events May 19-26.pdf
Yes, this is the weekend when the town is alive with migrating birds and folks who've come to see them—it's the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival. To see ALL the great festival activities, pick up a schedule at the Homer Chamber of Commerce or check it out online: http://kachemakshorebird.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/SB18_Full.pdf. Some fun Shorebird events are highlighted in this week's calendar, but there are too many to highlight here, so grab a schedule and mark your calendar. Islands and Ocean Visitor Center is a great place to check out what's happening this weekend.
There are other fun activities too--so check them all out right here: weekly events May 12-19.pdf and get out and enjoy!
I apologize for sending such a big file for next week's calendar. I think it's because I included an image from the Shorebird Festival, which starts next week. (Be sure to check out all the Shorebird Festival events at the link on the calendar!) Anyway, I'm off to Anchorage with a group of folks to catch the train to Fairbanks for our big train adventure--so this is a bit of a rush to send out. But here's your calendar, full of things to do! weekly events May 5-12.pdf
Happiest weekend to all o f you!!!