Labyrinth to be discussed
A community meeting to discuss the potential for building a community labyrinth will be at 6 p.m. Monday at Central Peninsula General Hospital.
Robert Ferre, director of Labyrinth Enterprises, will be the presenter. For more information, call Bonnie Nichols at 714-4500.
Nutrition classes continue
The Kenai Peninsula Food Bank is hosting an eight-week series of nutrition classes titled "Harvesting for your Health" on Tuesdays. The sessions ends Aug. 2. Colleen Sonnevil of the Cooperative Extension Services office will instruct on how to harvest area plants and fish. Attendance at all classes is not required. For more information, call 262-3111 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
AYEA summit planned
Alaska Youth for Environmental Action will host its annual summer get-together Aug. 9 through 14 in Homer. This statewide training focuses on climate change and renewable energy. Participants will learn about climate change from Native elders, biologists and other leaders; participate in youth-led leadership activities; build skills in media, communication and problem solving; experience outdoor recreation; visit demonstration sites and learn about renewable energy options and projects in Alaska; and design community action projects to address issues in their communities during the 2005-06 school year.
Teams made up of two and three teens from area communities are encouraged to apply. The cost is $260 for the week and includes meals, accommodations, training facilities, materials and workshops. Limited scholarships are available. The registration deadline is Friday. For more information, call (907) 339-3907 or e-mail email@example.com.
God and country rally set
The 14th annual God and Country Rally will begin at 6 p.m. July 3 at the Soldotna High School auditorium.
Featured speakers will include the Elmendorf chaplain and other visiting Air Force personnel and Lt. Governor Leman. Music will be provided by Sherri Morris. The keynote speaker will be Lee Williams. Williams is a Vietnam veteran and nationally known speaker from Louisville, Ky.
Renaissance fair slated
Timeless Toys will host a mini Renaissance fair from noon to 5 p.m. July 3 and 4 in the field adjacent to 3657 Main Street in Homer.
The Wild Rovers,an acting troupe affiliated the with Three Barons Fair, will put on the fair. Planned activities include improv theater, kids' games, hair braiding, face painting, music, singing, folk dancing, juggling, belly dancing and puppet theater.
There will be food and crafts for sale. Some of the games have a fee. Admission is free. Artisans, food and craft vendors who would like to participate should call (907) 235-1359.
Fitness survey in progress
The Kenai Recreation Center is surveying the community for interest in fitness classes for fall. The suggested classes are yoga, step aerobics, toning and circuit training. To complete a survey, call 283-3855 or stop by the center at 227 Caviar Street.
River Quest land owners meeting set
The Kenai River Center will host an informational meeting for River Quest
property owners at 1 p.m. July 8. The meeting will be held at the River Quest office. This meeting is intended to familiarize River Quest property owners with the requirements for building and living along the Kenai River. Topics will be construction (allowable types and deadlines), setback requirements, base flood elevation, walkways and floating docks. There will be an opportunity for questions.
Representatives from the Kenai Peninsula Borough planning department, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska State Parks and the DNR Office of Habitat Management and Permitting are expected to attend. Rob Nash, River Quest Subdivision developer, also will attend. For more information, call the Kenai River Center at (907) 260-4882.
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