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  1. New Archangel Dancers

      Popular at Fourth of July celebrations and events throughout the year in Sitka, the New Archangel Dancers have been a staple of the region for nearly 50 years. The group promotes the history and appreciation of Russia in Alaska via folk dances, songs and more. Russian influences were strong during the 18th and 19th…

  2. Kenai Singers Community Choir and More

      Throughout the year, the Kenai Singers Community Choir hosts performances, shows and special events throughout the Soldotna region. Open to anyone who wishes to sing, including newcomers, this is one of the strongest groups in the region and is directed by Simon Nissen. Hosted by the Kenai High School Choir Room, you’ll want to…

  3. An Old Fashioned Fourth

      Every year, Sitka hosts a fun-filled Fourth of July celebration with parade, games and of course a huge fireworks display. The parade begins promptly at 2 p.m. on Lake Street before winding down Lincoln and ending at City Hall. However, starting July 1 the city of Sitka starts celebrating the biggest holiday of the…

  4. Buckets Sports Grill

      Looking for the perfect sports pub to catch the game and indulge in an insanely innovative menu full of comfort food? Buckets Sports Grill is a staple in Soldotna, fun for the whole family and with a special kids menu that features favorites like double-battered corn dogs, nachos with cheddar cheese and of course…

  5. Froso’s for Father’s Day

      Go to Froso’s Family Restaurant this Father’s Day for the freshest halibut in town, delicious sushi rolls, and the option to “make your own pasta” that’s so generous, you’ll have to take some to go. With an impressive soup menu for starters, the cuisines include Italian, Greek, Mexican and American, so there’s something for…

  6. Kenai Fishing Academy

      Gary Turner founded the Kenai Fishing Academy in 2003 after fishing around the state and hearing remarks like, “I’ve been coming up here for five years and haven’t been able to catch a king!” Turner took the “teach a man to fish” saying literally, and partnered with local fly fishing teacher Dave Atcheson to…

  7. Soldotna Airport

      The local municipal airport, SQX, is on Funny River Road and just one mile from downtown Soldotna. Close to the Kenai River, arrivals don’t have to wait long for their fly fishing, hunting and exploration activities. In fact, many tour companies, including flightseeing and fishing charters, pick up visitors directly from SQX. No hangar…

  8. Restaurant Row

      Sterling Highway is home to a number of locally-owned restaurants, each serving up generous hospitality alongside delicious dishes. Start your journey at the Caribou Family Restaurant at the southern tip of the highway. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, try the chicken fried steak, ground sirloin, pork chops and liver and onions platter. Next…

  9. Fly-Out Fishing

      Natron Air offers fly-out fishing along with birds-eye views of the most stunning Alaskan regions. Anglers flock to Alaska for dreamy fishing trips. There’s nothing like casting your line in a backcountry Alaskan River, but how do you get there? Natron offers unguided trips to pristine destinations that are prime for a big catch….

  10. Brief History of Soldotna

      This charming little town is on the Kenai Peninsula, just 150 miles from Anchorage and at the Kenai Spur Highway/Sterling Highway junction. You’ll find it 10 miles inland from the Cook Inlet, snuggled up against the Kenai River. The town itself is just seven square miles of land and one square mile of water….

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