Kenai Peninsula College Multicultural Consortium will sponsor an opera sampler performance by the Anchorage Opera Theater Friday at 7 p.m. in the Brockel Building. Admission is free. Phi Theta Kappa will host a fund-raiser for Rick Winter at the presentation. Desserts, soda and other refreshments will be for sale.
Percussion on campus
The Performing Arts Society will present performing artist Scott Deal with "Penultimate Percussion" Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Brockel Building on the Soldotna Campus. Admission is $15.
Sunday Showcase set
The annual KPC Sunday Showcase Celebration of the Arts will feature a student art show in the KPC Gallery, wildlife art prints by Boyd Shaffer and the recreation of an old-time radio show by the KPC Community Chorus. The Sunday Showcase performance will be at 3 p.m. in the KPC Brockel Building with a reception following.
The KPC student union has paid officer positions available for next year. Check the bulletin board by the financial aid office on the Soldotna campus.
Alan Boraas, Joey Girves and Rebecca Lambourn presented a paper titled "Pre-Contact Salmon Fishing, Kenai River, Alaska" at the Alaska Anthropological Association Conference in Fairbanks March 23.
A Village Fair presence
KPC had a booth at the Village Fair at Soldotna High School March 31. Renee Graham, Americorp member, was assisted by Dave Vega, Steve Thompkins, Jerry McDonnell, Carla Williams and Dayne Clark.
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