The Kenai Watershed Forum will be holding Summer Camps at Soldotna Creek Park! What better way for your child to spend a summer day than by exploring the banks of Soldotna Creek and searching for aquatic insects, flipping over logs in search of decomposition in action, or playing in a forest pretending to be a predator on the hunt? Each week long session will include games, crafts, lessons, songs, and most importantly lots and lots of fun! The Kenai Watershed Forum is happy to offer fur, fins, feathers, flowers, and fun! Participants will benefit from spending time outside with new friends exploring rivers and forests on the Kenai Peninsula. Camp will cost $150.00 per camper … Continue reading →
Spring Cleaning is past due and if you haven’t gotten around to it yet wait no more! Angie Christian from Quality Cleaning Services will leave your home looking as clean as new! She is licensed, has excellent experience, and gets the job done when you need it. Angie does one time cleaning jobs as well as once a week cleans. Are you moving and would like help cleaning out your house for the new owners? She can do that as well! Just give her a call at 907-598-3733 and she would be happy to make an appointment with you. For more information visit www.alaskaqcs.com.
It’s usually the curb appeal Alaska Real Estate properties put out there that either plants a winning first impression…or a ho-hum (maybe it’s more interesting inside) reaction. This holds for casual passers-by as well as serious prospects who are pulling up for a scheduled house showing. It’s simply true: you never get a second chance to make a first impression. If you will be listing your home this summer, adding a thoughtful extra touch or two to the outside can transform your Real Estate Kenai property’s curb appeal into its first strong selling point. After all, what buyer won’t favor a home they’d be proud to have friends and co-workers visit? Here are some simple … Continue reading →
This coming May 2014 the Kenai Wildlife Refuge will be holding a Youth Game Warden Camp. If you have a 4th or a 5th grader, you will want to bring them for a fun experience with the outdoors! There will be many activities for your child and the things they will learn while they are having fun! Your child will have a chance to be a detective in the Wildlife Forensics Crime scene activitiy! They will receive a wildlife & duck ID, get to meet a Canine Officer, and learn about water and boating safety. This great hands on camp gets children familiar with using maps/GPS and a compass. They will also have a chance … Continue reading →
On May 3rd, 2014 bring your child to Skyview High School and take advantage of this FREE Water Safety Event for children ages 4-14. Summer is here, and that means trips with your family and swimming in lakes, going fishing on rivers, even fishing trips on the ocean. Water Safety is important for all children, kids, teens and event adults. So why not take the time to learn? And best of all, its FREE. Parents/caregivers must attend with child (but do not have to get in water). Arrive anytime during the event hours and rotate safety stations. Allow appoximately 1 1/2 to 2 hrs for your child to rotate through all stations both dryland and in … Continue reading →
Experience an abundance of Alaskan grown farm fresh food and products from the Mat-Su Valley, Alaska and Kenai Peninsula! From May to September come to the Kenai Visitors center for the Kenai Farmers Market. Scattered throughout Alaska are local Farmers Markets where people go to for fresh produce and other local made items. Every Saturday from May thru September from 10am-5pm you will have the opportunity to buy fresh local foods, and hand crafted items. Come together at the local Farmers Market!! See what is available!! The mission of the Mat-Su Farm Market is to provide a market venue for area farmers and producers, to provide superior quality goods and foods and to provide a … Continue reading →
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is an annual long-distance sled dog race run in early March from Anchorage to Nome. Mushers and a team of 16 dogs, of which at least 6 must be on the towline at the finish line, cover the distance in 9–15 days or more. The Iditarod began in 1973 as an event to test the best sled dog mushers and teams but evolved into today’s highly competitive race. The current fastest winning time record was set in 2011 by John Baker with a time of 8 days, 19 hours, 46 minutes, and 39 seconds. As of 2012, Dallas Seavey was the youngest musher to win the race, while as … Continue reading →
DJ Alex the Lion & Mobile Disko Join the Sitzmark Solstice party on December 20 & 21 with DJ Alex the Lion and Mobile Disko. Locally-based DJ Alex the Lion has been practicing his craft since the ripe age of 15. “My father has a giant record collection that has everything back to the 60s and 70s…” Alex says, recalling the details of how he became interested in becoming a DJ in the first place. “He had one single turntable and tape deck…one day I hooked up the two to a mixer.” Beginning with Ace of Base, Bowie, and a bevy of other throwback artists, Alex started to play around with what would eventually become … Continue reading →