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  • Homer Council On The Arts

    Homer Council on the Arts (HCOA) serves the communities of Kachemak Bay and the Lower Kenai Peninsula. Our mission is to provide opportunities for everyone in the community to experience and participate in the arts. The historic roots of the organization reach back to 1958 ...

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  • Bunnell Street Arts Center

    Mission : To nuture and present innovative art of uncommon quality in all media. Vision : - To take advantage of opportunities To present high-quality art programs and seek leading artists for presentation in all aspects of our programs, ...

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  • Kenai Peninsula Orchestra

    History : The Kenai Peninsula Orchestra (KPO) was the inspiration of flautist Terry Kallenberg in 1983. With Mary Epperson as president of the Board, the Homer Council on the Arts provided organizational and moral support while Bob Richardson, a local music teacher and thea...

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  • Homer Public Library

    About Us : The Homer Public Library is established to provide books and other library materials as a source of information, entertainment, intellectual development, and enrichment of the community. It is the purpose of the Library to provide service to all in...

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  • Homer Chamber of Commerce

    The Homer Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer partnership of the business community uniting the efforts of business, industry and individuals to ensure a healthy economic base while improving the quality of life in our community. The Homer Chamber harnesses the tremendous pot...

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  • Fireweed Gallery
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  • Homer Church of the Nazarene

    About Us : The everlasting God, the Lord, The Creator of the ends of the earth. Neither faints nor is weary. His understanding is unsearchable. He gives power to the weak, And to the those who have no might He increases strength. Even the youths shall faint and...

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  • The Sea Lion Fine Art Gallery

    The Sea Lion Gallery: A fun, colorful and eclectic art gallery started in 1993 and owned by Homer artists Gary and Terri Lyon. Exhibited in addition to their work are some of the finest Alaskan artists including Byron Birdsall, Barbara Lavalee, Karla Morreira, the Regats, Ma...

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  • Picture Alaska Art Gallery

    Located in the Pioneer Avenue arts district, in Homer, Alaska, Picture Alaska art gallery is a unique and diverse gallery with original paintings and fine art prints by many of Alaska's most notable artists, pottery, jewelry, mixed media sculpture, scenic and wildlife photos...

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  • Art Shop Gallery

    The Art Shop Gallery Offers Original Alaskan Art, plus the Largest Selection of Limited Edition Prints and Posters in Homer. We Also Carry an Extensive Selection of Alaska Native Ivory Arts and Crafts, Dolls, Alaskan Christmas Items, Local Pottery, Glass and Jewelry.  &...

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  • Homer High School

    Mon-Fri: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm...

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  • Kachemak Bay Wooden Boat Festival

    About Us The first Kachemak Bay Wooden Boat Festival was held in May 1993. The event kicked off with a film presentation Friday night, followed by a weekend of activities for both kids and adults, including demonstrations of traditional boatbuilding skills, rowboat races,...

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  • Pier One Theatre

    About Us: Since 1973, Pier One Theatre has been creating must-see live community theatre on the Homer Spit. Drawing on the immense local and regional talent, we provide a unique theatrical experience that you won't find anywhere else.   We pride ourselves not only o...

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  • Homer Farmers' Market

    The Homer Farmers' Market welcomes all local growers of farm, garden and greenhouse produce to participate in a weekly market. The Homer Farmers' Market was established in 2000 to aid in the development of a sustainable local agricultural community for the benefit of the gre...

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  • Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival

    About Us:Alaska will experience a special celebration of spring when the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival, the state's largest wildlife festival, kicks off in early May. Festival participants can choose between over 50 different events, from advanced ornithology workshops, be...

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  • Kachemak Bay Lynx Par 3 Golf Course

    This is a par-3 9 hole golf course. ...

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  • Homer Skatepark
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  • Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center

    Your window to the largest seabird refuge in the world, with all of the wonders of Kachemak Bay right outside its doors! The Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center takes you on a dramatic journey through the refuge's past and present . . . surrounds you with the sights, ...

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  • Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies

    Mission:Our mission is to foster responsible interaction with our natural surroundings and to generate knowledge of the unique marine and coastal ecosystems of Kachemak Bay through science-based environmental education and stewardship.Beautiful Kachemak Bay is home for the C...

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  • Homer Senior Citizens

    Homer Senior Citizens was incorporated in November, 1973, as a non-profit organization to provide services for senior citizens. For the past 40 years HSC has been a leader in providing programs for senior citizens in the Homer area. Funded through donations, membership dues...

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  • Seldovia Tours

     History :- Seldovia has been used by Indians and Eskimos as a camping spot since at least the 15th century, but its modern history began in the late 1800′s. In 1852, Russian captain Mikail Teben’kov named the bay Zaliv Seldevoye, meaning Herring Bay. Russi...

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  • Halibut Cove

    Halibut Cove is a community of artists and fisherman dedicated to living the peaceful life. Although the cove welcomes visitors from all over the world, it is kept clean and is generally a quiet place....

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  • Homer Documentary Film Festival

    About Us:Lynette arrived in Homer in 1976 and built a cabin 11 miles out East End Road. In 2003 she said, "Let's buy the funky old theatre, even though it floods in any heavy rain and the seats are curved plywood with duct tape for cushions, we can fix it up.  We can sh...

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  • Seldovia Village Tribe Health Center - Homer
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  • Ashore Water Taxi
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  • Inlet Charters Across Alaska Adventures

    About Us:Full, half or multi day sea kayak trips available.Kayak the protected waters of Kachemak Bay!!! Almost any kayak adventure you can imagine can be arranged through Across Alaska Adventures. Half, Full, 2,3,4 or more days, you decide!Sea kayaking:Sea kayaking is the m...

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  • True North Kayak Adventures

    About Us:True North Kayak Adventures was established in 1992, making it one of the oldest and most respected sea kayak outfits on the Kenai Peninsula. It is the only company in Homer dedicated solely to kayaking.Alison O'Hara is the owner of True North Kayak Adventures. She ...

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  • Mako's Water Taxi
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  • Grewingk Glacier

    The only developed access to a glacier, this trail begins at Glacier Spit Trailhead and Campsite, meandering through a mature forest of large spruce and cottonwoods. At mile 0.4, it intersects with a short spur trail to Rusty's Campsite. Continuing east and opening to younge...

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Homer, Alaska. Population for Homer from the last gathering is 3946. You can view Homer venues that host many Homer AK events every year.

You can find a ton of properties for sale if you search the Homer page on Zillow. Interest rates for Homer are at historic lows as well.

Homer Alaska has a latitude of 59.67359924316406 and a longitude of -151.4810028076172. View the full profile

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