"Halibut ecology, economics and policy, a community fish fry, a 5K run on the Homer Spit and were all part of the festivities Sept. 19-20 as the halibut fishing capital of the world celebrated its first Homer Halibut Festival..." Read more on The Cordova Times.
"After trekking uphill along eight miles of road and trail on Saturday to win the 2015 Rescue Run, Pedro Ochoa donned his running shoes once again Sunday morning to take first in the Halibut Hustle..." Read more in the Homer Tribune.
"The Alaska Marine Conservation Council (AMCC) will be hosting the first ever Homer Halibut Festival this weekend, September 19th-20th, as an opportunity for the community to celebrate the iconic halibut resources of Homer and of Alaska. All Homer Halibut Festival events are free and open to the public..." Read more in Alaska Business Monthly.
"As part of the Homer Halibut Festival, the Kachemak Bay Running Club will host the first Homer Halibut Hustle, a 5-kilometer fun run. The race begins at 10 a.m. Sunday at Land’s End. Online registration is at www.kachemakbayrunningclub.org. Day of race registration starts at 8:30 a.m. Fee is $5 for those 10 and younger and $15 for those 11 and older." In the Homer News.
"Homer and halibut go hand in hand. After all, anyone can see from the top of Baycrest hill that Homer is the “Halibut Fishing Capital of the World.”. So when the Alaska Marine Conservation Council (AMCC) was deciding on a place to hold the first annual Halibut Festival, Homer was an easy choice..." Read more in the Homer News.
"As the summer tourist season winds down after Labor Day on Monday, First Friday goes out with a bang. Along with the usual gallery openings and another Paint In at the Homer Elks Lodge, openings this weekend include two ocean-themed art shows..." Read more in the Homer News.
"The Alaska Marine Conservation Council is kicking off the first ever Homer Halibut Festival in 2015 as an opportunity for the community to celebrate the iconic halibut resource of Homer and of Alaska..." Read more in the Homer Tribune.
"Educating people about the science and value of Homer, Alaska’s halibut resource is key to the first Homer Halibut Festival, set for Sept. 19-20 on the Kenai Peninsula..." Read more in Alaska Native News.
"The Alaska Marine Conservation Council is inviting artists of all makes and media to add their personal touch to the first Homer Halibut Festival."Read More