Sep 28 Thursday
This small works show is about challenging artists to think inside the box. There are no prompts or subjects, open to all mediums, open to all ages and abilities. This show is about experimenting, trying something new, and comradery among the South Peninsula arts community.
Enter your submissions online at homerart.org through October 23rd, drop off work, ready to hang, to the HCOA office between October 16th and October 28th. We can't wait to see what you create!
A magical storm brings a ship carrying royal passengers to shore in an unknown land where an exiled duke has made a home. Join Prospero, Caliban, and a magical cast for Pier One Theatre's production of Willliam Shakespeare's The Tempest, directed by Maynard Smith. The Tempest premieres at Homer High School's Mariner Theater on Friday, October 6 at 7 p.m. and runs Friday and Saturday nights through October 14 with one Sunday matinee on Sunday, October 8. Tickets are $20 each, $10 for youth, discounts are available. For more information visit pieronetheatre.org. or call (907) 226-2287.
Sep 29 Friday
HCOA Presents: Quarteto Nuevo Live at the Christian Community Church October 11th at 7:30pmHear a multitude of influences from around the world firmly rooted in the American jazz tradition! The ensembles razor-sharp precision is enhanced by jazzy interludes, lightly rumbling percussion motifs and mesmerizing rhythms.
Tickets are $25 for general admission $20 for HCOA members or $10 for youth
Get your tickets online, via phone at (907)235-4288, in person at the HCOA office or at the door!
Kachemak Bay Research Reserve invites you to join us for our September 2023 public Discovery Lab, MARINE MAMMALS BONE LAB! Join us to learn about marine mammal adaptations and current local research. There will be interactive activities! We hope you join us to celebrate the wonderous world of marine mammals! This event is fun for all ages and families. For more information on the September 29th and 30th event, contact Ingrid at firstname.lastname@example.org or 299-4370.
meetings are every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 6:30 pm in person and also online via Zoom. For more information, visit aahomer.org
Join the Kenai Peninsula Orchestra for a combination of chamber and orchestral works, and your chance to direct the orchestra when we put the conductor's baton up for auction! Works by Brahms, Ravel, Offenbach, Mendelssohn, and more.
Sep 30 Saturday
Come celebrate your National Wildlife Refuges at Walk for the Wild 2023! Saturday, September 30 from 10AM-2PM. Meet at Mariner Park and walk, hop, waddle, slither, or roll your way across the vast 2,500 miles of Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge (condensed into a 5K along the Homer Spit Trail)! Enjoy a scavenger hunt along the way! Meet friends and carpool from Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. Register for free at bit.ly/3r39zoE. Don't forget to dress for the weather! Questions? Please contact email@example.com.