The Homer Documentary Film Festival opens on September 30 with "Babies", the remarkable tale of the first year in the life of infants in Mongolia, Namibia, San Francisco and Tokyo, and their parents. A sensation so far this year in theatres, this film is joined with seven of the Best Docs of 2010, from around the world. The Festival runs for a week and the individual movies are scheduled so that attendees can see them all. There is a festival discount pass to make this easy. One on the filmmakers will attend to present his film to the Homer Fest film lovers, who have come from all over Alaska and the Lower 48 to Homer for a great week of the best Docs in the world.
For more information contact Jamie Sutton at 415-456-1960 or by email at Jamie@v-dac.com.
The Great American Circus will be coming to Soldotna Oct. 8 with two performances beginning at 5 and 8 p.m.
Special performances include Michael Kiss, with a moving musical tribute to an American legend -- Michael Jackson and The Valanti troupe, showcasing synchronized acrobatic skill on a 30-foot human-powered "Wheel of Death" and demonstrating their strength, courage and perfect timing on "The Flying Trapeze."Tickets are on sale now. Prices vary depending on general admission, preferred or VIP seating, as well as city. Tickets can be purchased for as low as $11 for children (under 12 years old) and $19 for adults.
For more information or to purchase tickets go to takemetothecircus.com or call (808) 667-4540.
Dance the night away under crystal chandeliers with the Kenai Watershed Forum on Oct. 9 from 7 p.m. until midnight at its Black Tie Crystal Ball in Soldotna's Peninsula Center Mall. Ten door prize packages valued over $1,000 each will be given away. This fundraising event will benefit the Kenai Watershed Forum's education, restoration, and research programs. Tickets are $250 each.
Contact Josselyn O'Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260-5449 to reserve seats.
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